Dig the Cover to the French Edition of The End of All Things

That’s pretty damn nifty, if I do say so myself. The art is by David Demaret, who has clearly read the book. If you read French, it’s coming out on the 23rd of February in 2017. Look for it then.

18 thoughts on “Dig the Cover to the French Edition of The End of All Things

  1. That is seriously nifty and a great visualization of that scene. I kinda want an English version now for my copy.

  2. So first….love the cover. But second, now for some reason every time I look at it my brain sees a face in that dome. In fact I think it is Shakespeare. I am not kidding, and now I can’t un-see it.

  3. That’s probably the best cover to ever grace one of your books. You should buy the original if you can.

  4. Yeah what Shrike58 said! It’s my favorite Scalzi cover so far. Are you ever able to contact the artist when you want to purchase the original work? I know nothing of the world of successful authors.

  5. Herbie, Shrike58:

    I suspect the original in this case is a computer file. I do own the originals of three covers: Both the hardcover and paperback covers of Old Man’s War (by Donato Giancola and John Harris, respectively), and the cover of the French version of Agent to the Stars, by Paul Kidby. I also have a limited print of the cover of The God Engines, by Vincent Chong, and another small illustration from Harris of one of the digital covers for the Human Division individual episodes. Generally I contact either the artist or their agents. Note: Original artwork isn’t cheap, even for the authors whose covers the artwork graces.

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