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paulgoatallen
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New Artwork for Kim Harrison's Hollows Collection Revealed! (10/9/12)

Straight from Kim's blog:

 

http://kimharrison.wordpress.com/2012/03/14/harrison-anthology-into-the-woods-is-up-on-the-boards/

 

 

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ThirstyFlea
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Re: New Artwork for Kim Harrison's Hollows Collection Revealed! (10/9/12)

ohhhhh.... I LOVE it!!:smileyvery-happy:

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Re: New Artwork for Kim Harrison's Hollows Collection Revealed! (10/9/12)

I love the tree roots from the ground-up perspective. Hell, I love big, gnarly trees with twists, textures and curves. And, the skeletal root tendrils which begin at the bottom of cover are especially menacing. It all works together amazingly well. 

 

This anthology is a very good idea. It looks like a must read for any dedicated Hollows fan. 

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Re: New Artwork for Kim Harrison's Hollows Collection Revealed! (10/9/12)

nice cover. I am new to kim harrison so should I read this before dead witch walking?

currently reading:
1) The red pyramid by rick riordan


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Re: New Artwork for Kim Harrison's Hollows Collection Revealed! (10/9/12)

Very sexy looking, but anything with Kim Harrison's name on it sexy to me at this point. 

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Re: New Artwork for Kim Harrison's Hollows Collection Revealed! (10/9/12)


tfadams wrote:

nice cover. I am new to kim harrison so should I read this before dead witch walking?


Yes – start at the beginning. Just a note – in my opinion, this series starts off just like any other mid-level paranormal fantasy but it rapidly – and exponentially – gets better and better until, well, it's the best series out there...   :smileyhappy:

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Re: New Artwork for Kim Harrison's Hollows Collection Revealed! (10/9/12)

nice cover!  I like how the title looks sorta like wood.