Cover Reveal: The Godsblood Tragedy, by Bill Adams

28 May 2024

Welcome to a new cover reveal!

Today we have the pleasure of reveal the cover of The Godsblood Tragedy, passage one of the Divine Godsqueen Coda, a new fantasy series written by Bill Adams, also known for his book (together with Dewey Conway) The Tenacious Tale of Tanna the Tendersword.

Let's take a look at the blurb:

An orphan, without a trueborn name, returns to the city of her birth to uncover her past. Hounded by the servants of the Dark God and dying from the poisonous mist that covers the land, her path leads to one of the magical seals protecting the holy ruin of Eminence.

A father, murdered and reborn, aims to bring down the floating fortress hovering over his homeland. Burdened by loss, he’s willing to sacrifice his soul to free his city and get revenge for the destruction of his family.

A mother, captured and bonded to a daemon, kills in the name of the Dark God so she can free her tortured daughter. Relentless in her vengeance, she hunts the one person who could end her suffering, the man who would destroy her vile master.

A drake, the banished hatchling of a failed advisor, seeks his father’s stolen horns. Untested, he desires to right his father’s wrongs in the eyes of the gods and restore his family’s honor.

As all converge in the occupied desert city where the world’s fuel source is mined, one family’s bond will be tested. Old betrayals will resurface, anger and resentment will flourish, but one thing remains clear: blood rules all.

The book is scheduled to be released the 23rd July, 2024, and you can already pre-order it on Amazon, and add it to Goodreads

Want to help create early buzz? You can apply for an ARC in this form

The cover features art by Felix Ortiz (Artstation), and the typography has been done by Dewey Conway.

The Godsblood Tragedy, by Bill Adams

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Bill Adams

Bill Adams

When not writing, Bill is a product manager for a company that tests food using analytical chemistry and microbiology.

During his collegiate days at the turn of the century, he began to develop his passion for writing, especially within the epic fantasy genre about unlikely heroes. It was there, Bill began to formulate the story that would eventually become Ashe’s unwanted journey and The Divine Godsqueen Coda.

Aside from writing, Bill loves movies and reading, especially SFF B-movies. He likes to know all the useless trivia, like who played who, and what the stories were behind the curtain. He is a master at Scene It. Bill’s few other hobbies include soccer, a good whiskey, a slice of pizza, and growing a beard. It is the little things he enjoys most.

Bill currently lives in the greater Chicago, IL area with his wife and young son.