Saturday, November 19, 2011

Cover for Liberator

Zondervan has released the cover for Liberator, book #4 in Dragons of Starlight. Click here for a higher resolution image.

42 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's really cool. I look forward to reading it. :) Also, who is the dragon in the picture?

Bryan Davis said...

I don't know which dragon that is. Sorry.

Book_remix said...

who is the girl? (as in which character)

Bryan Davis said...

Who is the girl? That's part of the mystery. I think readers of the other books, including Tales of Starlight, will be able to figure it out. Feel free to guess. :-)

Sapphira said...

i had to zoom in to the picture put its cassibrie she had 2 fingers cut off remember and it shows that in the pic. and i love the cover Bryan.

Haylynn Noel~ said...

Ahh, yes thanks! Makes sense now! Also agreed love the cover, second best one yet! (first being Warrior)

Sapphira said...

i agree Haylynn Noel this is the second best and warrior dose have a really good cover

Sapphira said...

do you know if liberator will be on the nook when it comes out?

Bryan Davis said...

Yes, Liberator will be on the Nook when it comes out.

Sapphira said...

Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks a bunch Bryan that makes me smile.

Sapphira said...

Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks a bunch Bryan that makes me smile.

Gabe said...

when's liberator going to be released?

Bryan Davis said...

Liberator is scheduled to come out in August of 2012.

Gabe said...

k, thanx.

Gabe said...

this is TOTALLY off topic, but i saw sample pages of a raising dragons graphic novel on your facebook, and now i'm wondering.... is there going to be a full raising dragons (or better yet entire series) graphic novel????

Bryan Davis said...

Gabe, I'm not sure yet. We are evaluating the potential.

Anonymous said...

Is this the fourth book after Diviner

Bryan Davis said...

Yes, Liberator comes after Diviner.

Anonymous said...

What is your daughter's next book after precisly terminated

Bryan Davis said...

Amanda's next book is called Noble Imposter.

Anonymous said...

So if you are done reading diviner what do you read after that in the series in the books you wrote

Bryan Davis said...

There is a companion series called Tales of Starlight. If you intend to read both series, here is my suggested reading order:

1. Starlighter (Dragons of Starlight book #1)

2. Masters & Slayers (Tales of Starlight book #1)

3. Warrior (Dragons of Starlight book #2)

4. Third Starlighter (Tales of Starlight book #2)

5. Diviner (Dragons of Starlight book #3)

6. Liberator (Dragons of Starlight book #4) - Not yet released.

7. Exodus Rising (Tales of Starlight book #3) - Not yet released.

You may switch the reading order for entries 1 and 2 on the above list without any problem, and you may also switch the order for entries 4 and 5.

Anonymous said...

When is Amanda's new book released in Barnes and Noble

Bryan Davis said...

Precisely Terminated is already available at Barnes & Noble. The second book, Noble Imposter, will probably come out in the summer of 2012.

Walter H. said...

That is SO COOL! The dragon looks SO realistic!!! I can't wait to read it!!!

Anonymous said...

so mr. davis is there going to be another book after liberator? I REALLY WANT ANOTHER YOU'VE GOT AN AWESOME SERIES!

Bryan Davis said...

Liberator will be the last of the Dragons of Starlight series. You can also read the Tales of Starlight series. There are two books in that and one more to go.

Ethan G. said...

hello mr. davis, if i read the tales of starlight after the dragons of starlight would it still make sense?

-from the last anonymous you talked to that now has a name :)

Bryan Davis said...

It would make sense. Masters & Slayers would take you back to the same time that the events in Starlighter took place, and it's story intertwines with Starlighter's story.

Ethan.G said...

so do you mean those books took place before dragons enslaved humans to the time whe humans enslaved dragons? or is this series just kind of what happens in between the books or if it was something else? but im sure if its anything, its something great!

Bryan Davis said...

Tales of Starlight takes place at the same time Dragons of Starlight does.

J.D in the house! said...

thats really cool!

J.D in the house! said...

thats really cool series!
thanks for the time and effort for pleasing your fans!

paola guzman said...

Mr Davis, when do u thing Exodus Rising is comming out? I read all Dragons of Starlight books and the 2 from Tales of Starlight, which i loved!!! Ur an amazing writer!!!

Bryan Davis said...

Paola, I'm hoping Exodus Rising will come out in the first half of next year. I'm not sure yet, though.

I'm glad you have enjoyed both series. :-)

Anonymous said...

Hey! First of all your books are awsome, second do you recomend a certain book for some one that is 14?(one written by you) thnx!

Bryan Davis said...

A 14-year-old can start with Raising Dragons (#1 in Dragons in our Midst) or Starlighter (#1 in Dragons of Starlight).

Anonymous said...

Hello Mr. Davis,
I just wanted to thank you for putting so much time and effort into making such a great series. You are such an inspiration.
I wrote this message just to say thank you and I think you are your books are amazing.

Bryan Davis said...

You're welcome. Thank you for the encouraging words.

larissa said...

Bryan how long did it take to write the Tales of starlight series? and what inspired you to write this series?

I was just wondering because I am doing an assignment where i have to pick a book i recently read and find information on the editing process and such...

can you help me? that would me so awesome if you did

Bryan Davis said...

Each book took about two months to write and another two months to edit. If you have any further questions, please email me at - bryan (at) daviscrossing (dot) com. It's easier to correspond that way.

larissa said...

ok... I send you an email :D go check it out