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Bloodhound Cover Art

Because we've been waiting So Long for this book. Thought I'd break it up a bit with the cover art for Tamora Pierce's upcoming Beka Cooper book Bloodhound. The deep blue is pretty cool. Looks like she's in Port Caynn, doesn't it? The latest on this one is that it'll be out in April. Of '09. Sigh.


  1. Hey, another Tamora Pierce fan! :-)

    We still have one whole year to wait??! It feels like forever since her last book came out.

  2. Ugh, it has been forever. If I'd realized how long it was going to be, I'd have savored Terrier longer. :)

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  4. That's a series I need to read. A year between is a long time. but the cover is awesome!

  5. I know. The first one is very good.

  6. Oh cool! But yeah...a year seems like forever. I am liking the cover, can't wait for this one to come out. Tamora Pierce is awesome.

  7. Hey, Thea. She is indeed awesome. And I love that she went back in time for this series. It's so cool to see Corus and Tortall hundreds of years before Alanna's time.


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