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NEW COVER FOR CHILDREN OF THE FURNACE
Special New Zealand edition coming soon!
Coming up to the launch of the New Zealand edition of Children Of The Furnace, my first novel, through publishers Copypress NZ, the first in this three-part series is being issued with a new cover.
What do you think?
Children Of The Furnace#1 is a YA dystopian. It was published in October 2017 and is live on Amazon now, but has subsequently acquired by New Zealand publisher Copypress NZ and is being relaunched as a new, special NZ edition. It will be available through Wheelers.co.nz to New Zealand bookshops and libraries.
WHAT THE CRITICS SAY ABOUT CHILDREN OF THE FURNACE #1:
"A compelling plot and great writing. Wil is incredibly sympathetic and Jace is a brilliantly ambivalent character." - Roisin Heycock, former commissioning editor YA Quercus Books
Author's new book receives a warm literary welcome.
Readers' Favorite announces the review of the Young Adult - Thriller book "Children Of The Furnace" by Brin Murray, currently available at
Readers' Favorite is one of the largest book review and award contest sites on the Internet, fully accredited by the BBB (A+ rating), which is a rarity among Book Review and Book Award Contest companies.
"There are so many layers to this book, but I can sum it up in one word: amazing... Children of the Furnace is not only an engrossing novel, but also a book that changes the way you see the world."
For full press release see here.
#2 in the series, Crosstrees, was released on February 17th 2018 on Amazon, in ebook form only as yet. More updates and news on COTF #2 Crosstrees to come. Sneak preview of the new cover:
Brin's latest novel, Ghosts in The Rain, was short-listed for the 2017 Mslexia novel prize!
It's a psychological thriller aimed at adults.
When her only friend disappears, an angry-to-the-bone teenaged outcast has to fight for those who can’t fight for themselves.
Dakota is a smart, angry, complex female character, who analyzes and protests sexist culture – that’s a quote. She can also be quite funny - even super-witty (also a quote).
More news to follow on the publication timeline.