A look at the best and most heartbreaking moments of Red Rising Book 2.
I’m on my second turn through Iron Gold. The first read was such a whirlwind that there were moments I didn’t fully process until now, one of which was the mention that Fitchner au Barca may have been the only man in history to escape the Deepgrave prison. Read More
We’re long overdue for an update here at Howler Life. My sincerest apologies for that. In absence of updates and insights on the Red Rising series — I’m amidst a re-read of Iron Gold right now — I did have some thoughts about Pierce Brown’s recent Instagram post, in which he shows us the face he makes in response to a handful of ridiculous questions… Read More
Following last year’s release of Subterranean Press’ stunning limited edition printing of Red Rising comes the release of Pierce Brown’s second book in the Red Rising saga, Golden Son. Read More
The fifth book in Pierce Brown’s Red Rising saga, Dark Age, was slated to hit shelves this September. That the novel was coming within the same calendar year as Iron Gold seemed almost too good to be true, and it seems it is. Read More
We were promised the reveal of the cover of Red Rising Book V, Dark Age, on Friday and Pierce Brown delivered the goods. Dark Age‘s cover takes a gold tone and features two slithering black snakes. “Why did it have to be snakes?” we (and Indiana Jones) ask. We’ll talk that out in a minute. First, check it out… Read More
In addition to eagerly anticipating the arrival of Dark Age (Red Rising Book 5), fans of Pierce Brown’s Red Rising are also awaiting word on the anticipated screen adaptation of the series. The Red Rising story was originally slated to be made into a movie from Universal, however Pierce Brown got the rights back a couple of years ago and now he’s looking to bring it to television. 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