Resurrection Engines - Full Paperback Cover

The chaps over at Snowbooks have just sent me the complete,
final cover for the paperback release of the Resurrection Engines anthology, and I just wanted to share it with you.

It's absolutely stunning and I can't wait to see it in the flesh. Luckily none of us will have to wait too long as it will be published on December 1st, just over one & a half weeks away!

 

 

Here's the full ToC:

The Soul-Eaters of Raveloe      by   Alison Littlewood
A Journey To The Centre Of The Moon   by  Alan K. Baker
She-Who-Thinks-For-Herself   by   Juliet E. McKenna
The Great Steam Time Machine   by   Brian Herbert & Bruce Taylor
Silver Selene   by   Philip Palmer
White Fangoria   by   Roland Moore
The God Of All Machines   by   Scott Harrison
The Crime Of The Ancient Mariner   by   Adam Roberts
There Leviathan   by   Jonathan Green
The Island Of Peter Pandora   by   Kim Lakin-Smith
The Ghost Of Christmas Sideways   by   Simon Bucher-Jones
Talented Witches   by   Paul Magrs
Fairest Of Them All   by   Cavan Scott
Tidewrack Medusa   by   Rachel E. Pollock
Robin Hood And The Eater Of Worlds   by   Jim Mortimore

 

 

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