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.
It’s happening, Howlers. For a very limited time, the print for Tommy Arnold’s Subterranean Press artwork for Morning Star is available for purchase. The window to buy this artwork is a mere 72 hours after which it may be sold out for good. Read More
Following in the footsteps (or gravBoot tracks) of Red Rising and Golden Son, Subterranean Press has announced that they are releasing a limited edition for Red Rising Book 3, Morning Star, signed by Pierce Brown. 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
I love great characters. Maybe that doesn’t need to be said, as I’ve dedicated this entire site to a series full of them. And as satisfying as the Red Rising books are in the way the characters are developed and their stories are told, Iron Gold opened up the series to new perspectives. In the process, it’s opened up my appetite for other points of view, in some cases, specifically as it relates to moments that played out in the first three books.