Cover Reveals! CIBOLA BURN by James S.A. Corey and THE WIDOW’S HOUSE by Daniel Abraham

Courtesy of Orbit books, we have two covers to reveal to you today: Cibola Burn by James S.A. Corey and The Widow’s House by Daniel Abraham! Click either one to embiggen,

Cibola Burn is the fourth books in the Expanse series by James S.A. Corey (the writing team of Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck), following Leviathan Wakes, Caliban’s War and Abaddon’s Gate. Cover art is by Daniel Dociu.

The Widow’s House is the fourth novel in the Dagger and the Coin series, following The Dragon’s Path, The King’s Blood and The Tyrant’s Law. Cover art by Kirk Benshoff.

Book descriptions to come!

And…because this is how I get my kicks…here are the covers for each series, side-by-side-by-side-by-side.

The Expanse Series
The Dagger and the Coin Series

12 thoughts on “Cover Reveals! CIBOLA BURN by James S.A. Corey and THE WIDOW’S HOUSE by Daniel Abraham”

  1. I LOVE that cover for Expanse #4, Cibola Burn.

    Interestingly, Cibola refers to one of the legendary Seven Cities of Gold. I wonder if this means that we’ll see some extra-solar system activity through the gate.

  2. Even more interestingly, the name of JAMES S.A. COREY is larger (considerably so) than the title. Methinks hitting bestseller lists and a little TV deal may have summat to do with that.

  3. Awesome, change the cover design, why don’t you? It’ll match nicely the other three on my shelf.

    Nevertheless, I’ll still get it, even though I thought #3 was the weakest of the set so far.

      1. The four that are depicted in this post seem to be ‘newer’ versions from what the original 3 books looked like, which is what Fly Away is referring to. If you’ll look on Google Images, you can see that originally, the 1st three books had the title in large WHITE letters, and the author name much smaller, whereas these new designs have the author in large WHITE letters, and the title of the book in medium sized colored letters. I too am annoyed at this, as I’m OCD about book series’ matching and looking good together on the shelf. Oh well. :/

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