We’re just shy of
three eight months away from the arrival of Dark Age (Red Rising Book 5). Pierce Brown has been understandably tight-lipped about the contents of the Iron Gold sequel, but we do have some details to glean about the plot, Read More
Update: November 14, 2018 – Iron Gold made it to the final round of the 2018 GoodReads Choice awards for Best Science Fiction. Even if you voted in past rounds, your vote does not carry over, so be sure to cast your vote again!
Update: November 5, 2018 – Iron Gold made it into the semifinal round of the 2018 GoodReads Choice awards for best science fiction. Read More
One of my favorite things about being a Howler is seeing new fans emerge and join the pack. Such is the case for Corrine Sinfield, a new Howler who reached out through the contact form months ago to express her excitement over Pierce Brown’s Red Rising series and ask what other books I’d recommend to tide her over while we all eagerly await the arrival of Dark Age. Read More
While we continue to await the arrival of Dark Age, some new Red Rising goodies dropped today. Barnes & Noble released their exclusive edition of Red Rising. Read More
Howlers who were able to get to New York City for Pierce Brown’s New York Comic-Con event were treated to a panel featuring the Red Rising author, conducted by Demon Cycle author Peter V. Brett. Fortunately for those of us who weren’t able to be there, Penguin Random House filmed the whole thing. Read More
As though we needed more reasons to preorder Dark Age, Pierce Brown is offering up a free Howler holiday card featuring never-before-seen character art to those dedicated Howlers who submit their pre-order receipt for Dark Age before the December deadline.
Pierce Brown recently teased that he’d be making an appearance at New York Comic-Con and today we have details about the event. Howler 1 will be on hand to discuss the upcoming fifth book in the Red Rising saga, Dark Age, at an event at Shop Studios in October. What’s more, Demon Cycle author Peter V. Brett will also be there. Read More
One of the things I’ve come to learn about being a part of a book fandom is that feeling like a fan happens far beyond the moments when I’m actually reading or rereading the books. Read More