There’s a new deluxe set of the Red Rising books coming this year, courtesy of FairyLoot. The subscription box service, which specializes in YA Fantasy books, announced today that they will be releasing a deluxe set of Pierce Brown’s original Red Rising trilogy.
Check out their post below, which shows pictures of FairyLoot’s deluxe editions of Red Rising, Golden Son and Morning Star…
Beautiful! It looks like they have the House Mars symbol at the center of Red Rising, while House Minerva’s symbol is set on Golden Son (a nod to Mustang, perhaps?) and, fittingly, Ares’ symbol on Morning Star. No doubt, Sevro would approve.
The spines of the books are designed so a scythe displays when all three books are lined up together. And on the backs of the books, a quote from the Reaper himself on each.
As FairyLoot’s Instagram post indicates, these three totally custom, newly designed foiled editions have sprayed edges and will be signed by Pierce Brown. The post says editions will be available for £74 + shipping.
You don’t need to be a FairyLoot monthly box subscriber in order to purchase this set. It’s being put up for sale outside of their subscription service. However, if you are a subscriber, you’ll be able to order the set a day ahead of everyone else.
“People with an active subscription will receive an Early Access email with a private link to purchase on February 18th between 1pm and 4pm GMT. These will then be available to the public on February 19th at 1pm GMT.“
UPDATE 2/19: It’s available for purchase now! Get it here.
FairyLoot describes the set as “stunning,” and from the photos, it doesn’t look like they’re exaggerating. We have weeks to wait for this set to go on sale, so mark your calendars if you’re planning on buying one.
FairyLoot’s post says Red Rising Deluxe Set will ship from the U.K. in June.
It doesn’t look like FairyLoot has a preview of the books up on their site just yet. But you can check out their other items and subscription box service here.
This exciting update from FairyLoot comes just a day ahead of the anniversary of Red Rising’s publication (January 28, 2014).