Thursday, 26 January 2017

The Hanging Tree - North American Release January 31st


13 comments:

comtraya said...

Pre-ordered a long time ago (in New York City). Can't wait! Also, just finished reading Brian Viner's Tales of the Country. I laughed so much. Thank you for the recommendation~

Fazal Majid said...

Already preordered.
Black Mould #3 and #4 are missing in action on iBooks, however.

katsie said...

Preordered ebook and audiobook, impatiently waiting for the morning!

Corey Dvorkin said...

Have in hand, and loving it.

IleanaDU said...

Done. Loved it!

Spliid said...

Just finished the audiobook. As always, fantastic experience. This series is a favourite. Setting, style, plot, characters, performance, everything is top notch. Thank you! And please keep going.

Tom Schmidt said...

Well, don't you, Mr. Author, think that the nice folks in the U.S. of A., who happen to be able to buy your wonderful book now, would greatly profit if you came up with a map now. Pretty please?

Michael said...

Now that I'm finished I just want to know when I can expect the next one!

Nadinethebook said...

Been waiting a long time for this. Check our my esri story map on the Hanging Tree - bit more advanced than your Google map locations Ben Aaronowitch!!! Those books coming up!

http://arcg.is/2l4Zm4o

Nadinethebook said...

Loved this book so much - read the whole series over and over.

and my love of maps FORCED me to create this map journal of all the locations visited, check it out here:

http://arcg.is/2l4Zm4o

Nadinethebook said...

love this

check out my mapping journey through the book here:

http://www.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/index.html?appid=726899ca4f5c47dcb9ea2f31d5d3d43a

Nathan Bissonette said...

Bullet-proof jackets have a plate to stop the bullet. Steel plates are durable but heavy. Ceramic plates are light but fragile.

If someone Quietly invented Unbreakable Pottery ceramic ballistic plates, a person with Lady Ty's connections could get them a military contract that would generate patriotic good publicity, and income to move Up in the world - literally.

Windy said...

Have you done other story maps for the other books in the series Nadine?
I have been using street view in the Furthest Station to add enjoyment as I read it.

I lived in North west London in the late 70s and early 80s and the use of maps is sort of a hobby( I have a full set of the OS Landranger maps of Great Britain that date fro this years as I was a great walker and I worked a 2 weeks on and 1 week off schedule as a Cargo airline pilot back then)
I wanted to let you know I enjoyed your story map for the hanging tree.