The Lock In Hardcover Has Arrived at the Scalzi Compound

And it appears Athena has arrived at a particularly surprising part of the narrative!

The hardcover looks great, by the way. The story inside of isn’t bad, either. You’ll all be able to judge for yourself, a little less than a month from now.

By John Scalzi

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13 replies on “The Lock In Hardcover Has Arrived at the Scalzi Compound”

I like the editing of the photo to have the only color be the little people on the cover of the book. That some photoshopping or were you able to do that with some other method?

Dammit, I read the subject, and thought that this was about the hardcover copy of “The Lock.” But this is about something else entirely!

(More seriously, the comment about semicolons has me even more intrigued about the book.)

GAH! I just finished the prequel last night and while I am intrigued, the description of people getting locked in triggered my claustrophobia. I thought I was over it but the hee bee gee bees got me while driving home from work.


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