Cover Reveal: However Many Must Die, by Phil Williams

20 Jul 2023

Welcome to a new cover reveal! It's always exciting when we are helping reveal a new gorgeous art, and why not, a series I'm really excited to read!

Let's take a look at the blurb of However Many Must Day, first:

Wild Wish was trained to do one thing: kill.

Saved from a lonely backwater existence by a global war, Wish couldn’t believe her luck when she got into the Blood Scouts. Now she gets to share tents with an all-female platoon of night-stalking, giant-slaying, boat-sinking, battle-swaying legends in the making.

The problem is, they keep dying.

And they’ve been given their worst assignment yet.

The enemy Dread Corps are combining magics deep within the nightmare lands of Low Slane, to unleash a weapon that could sway the entire war. It’s up to the Blood Scouts to stop them – with a journey that gets more dangerous with every step.

Far behind enemy lines, death hangs in the air. Monsters lurk around every corner.

Are Wish’s skills – and positive attitude – enough to keep her Blood Scouts alive?

Or will the cost of survival finally break her?

As you can say, just from the blurb, you can get enamored with this series. And it's time to show the amazing cover, which was done by Stefan Koidl (you can check all his links at

As additional info, it is expected the book to land around 148k words!


In case you are wondering, it is possible to request e-ARCss of it, using the following link: Google Forms

For preorders and more info, you can check on the website of the author

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Phil Williams

Phil Williams

Phil Williams writes contemporary fantasy and dystopian fiction and non-fiction grammar guides. His novels include the interconnected Ordshaw urban fantasy thrillers, the post-apocalyptic Estalia saga and the action-packed Faergrowe series. He also runs the website English Lessons Brighton, and writes reference books to help foreign learners master the nuances of English.

Phil lives with his wife by the coast in Sussex, UK, and now spends a great deal of time walking his impossibly fluffy dog, Herbert.