German Front Cover for Jasmyn

Here is the German front cover for Jasmyn:

I was particularly pleased to get a German translation deal for this one, partly because much of the book is set there, and partly because I have a couple of friends who live there. There’s no publication date so far (that I know of) but the front cover is a promising start, and I particularly like the fact that you can see Neuschwanstein at the bottom. Once again, the cover Gods have been good to me.

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5 Responses to “German Front Cover for Jasmyn”

  1. Charlie Says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! When browsing in a store I’d definitely pick up a book with a cover like that.

  2. Alex Bell Says:

    That’s what I like to hear ;-)

  3. Shannen Says:

    I think that the other, English, cover is better.
    I don’t know why but i just like the way that it looked. much more suits the story, which, by the way, was awesome!
    my cousin first got me to read it and now you are one of my favourite writers, only second to Andrzej Sapkowski and David Gaider.
    I write as well and i find it way harder to write in the way that you had us follow Jasmyn,
    congrads to an awesome book that will be discussed over tea and biscuits for many years im sure, good ol’ ben!
    a very peculiar way of spelling Jasmine though..?

  4. Alex Bell Says:

    Glad to hear you enjoyed Jasmyn, Shannen!

    I like both the covers for different reasons. It’s hard to beat Kustaa Saksi (the artist behind the British covers), though. The man is a genius.

  5. Christine Says:

    Alex, I really like this cover!

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