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First Look: Autumn 2014 to Winter 2015 Orbit UK covers


Wishlists at the ready, it’s that time of year again! Orbit is incredibly proud to present a selection of covers from this autumn to winter in 2015. There is plenty more incredible cover art yet to be released, but for now enjoy this brilliant preview of what’s to come later this year and early next.

Which new books are on the top of your list?

Click on the covers below to see a larger version.

Cobley_AncestralMachines_TP   Leckie_AncillarySword_TP   Watson_AgeofIron-TP

McClellan_AutumnRepublic-HC    McClellan_CrimsonCampaign_TP   Painter_CityEternalNight-TP

Dalglish_DanceofGhosts_TP   Wells_DeadlySpells_TP   Miller_TheFalconThrone-HC 

 Hidden by Benedict Jacka  Carriger_Prudence-HC  Carlson_RedBlooded-TP.jpg


Art Credit: Ancestral Machines: Illustration by Steve Stone, Design by Kirk Benshoff; Ancillary Sword: Illustration by John Harris, Design by Kirk Benshoff; Age of Iron: Illustration by Larry Rostant; The Autumn Republic and The Crimson Campaign:  Photo-Illustration by Gene Mollica and Michael Frost, Design by Lauren Panepinto; City of Eternal Night: Design by Lauren Panepinto; Dance of Ghosts: Illustration by Gene Mollica, Model Bryce Birmingham, Design by Kirk Benshoff; Deadly Spells: Photo by Shirley Green, Illustration by Don Sipley, Design by Lauren Panepinto; The Falcon Throne: Illustration by Raphael Lacoste, Design by Kirk Benshoff; Prudence: Photo by Shirley Green, Illustration by Don Sipley, Design by Lauren Panepinto; Red Blooded: Photo by Shirley Green, Illustration by Rob Shields, Type by Chad Roberts; Symbiont: Design by Lauren Panepinto.


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  1. David Greybeard

    February 28, 2014
    at 9:21 am

    Impressive line-up! I want to read most of them!

  2. Indru

    March 14, 2014
    at 8:05 am

    Ancestral Machines looks good. So does Age of Tron.

    • glasgow1975

      March 14, 2014
      at 1:13 pm

      Iron, it’s Age of Iron

      • Indru

        March 17, 2014
        at 5:17 am

        Yeah, it’s weird, there’s a blur at the bottom of the “I” that made it look like a T, that’s what made me think it’s Tron instead of Iron. That and the fact that in my language “tron” means “throne”, so I thought it’s related.

  3. Victoria Hollis

    March 14, 2014
    at 3:29 pm

    These look awesome can’t wait to read the Gail Carriger and Jaye Wells offerings

  4. Kevin Manson

    March 25, 2014
    at 11:31 am

    John Harris artwork always does it for me. I don’t always notice the authors name or the title. His work visually represents what the words ‘space opera’ means to me.

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