Those of us who haven’t managed to snag an early copy of Dark Age have a very short wait before Red Rising Book 5 finally arrives. In an effort to prepare for whatever’s coming next, I did a full reread of Iron Gold. I fully recommend revisiting the book before diving into Dark Age, as so much transpires throughout the start of this new trilogy. The character development in Iron Gold‘s ten-years-later scenario is reason enough on its own to do a full reread. However, if you don’t have the time, or simply can’t wait to get to the next installment in Pierce Brown’s epic series, I thought I’d put together a bit of a refresher on where things left off in Iron Gold.
Following the limited edition releases of the original Red Rising trilogy, Subterranean Press revealed that Iron Gold would be coming. This week, Pierce Brown shared the cover art for the latest edition to get the Sub Press treatment, and it does not disappoint…
Those who’ve been collecting the Subterranean Press editions of the Red Rising trilogy books will be happy to know that the publisher is still on course to release limited editions of the sequel trilogy, which begins with Iron Gold, at some point in the future.
We’ll preface this with a major spoiler warning. I’m about to discuss character deaths from the four published Red Rising books and the Sons of Ares comics! If you’re not caught up on the series, please read no further. And if you stumbled upon this article wonder what Red Rising is, you can read a spoiler-free breakdown here.
With 2019 upon us, Red Rising fans have plenty to look forward to in the new year. But before we look ahead, I wanted to take one last look back on the last year, as 2018 was a pretty good year for Howlers. Read More
Update: December 4, 2018 – Iron Gold came in second place in the Best Sci-Fi category with an impressive 33,032 total votes. It was beat out by V.E. Schwab’s Vengeful, which won the top spot with nearly 50,000 votes. Christina Dalcher’s Vox took third place with 23,624 votes. 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
Let me guess, someone with great taste in books told you to check out the Red Rising series. It’s fine, really, it’s to be expected. It’s a great series. But hearing something is great isn’t always enough to get you to commit to a new series. I get it. Read More