Happy to announce that Master of Whitestorm is now available in e format, with a lovely new type treatment and a gorgeous color chapter head, also new art.
These are the first live links; the other major venues will follow shortly:
Master of Whitestorm first sales links:
Event Horizon Ebooks online store -- http://brittonknowles.com/ProductInformation/ProductID/227
Amazon.com -- http://www.amazon.com/Master-Whitestorm-Janny-Wurts-ebook/dp/B00GQU0C8S/
If you never read the book, or recall it fondly, let discussion begin anew!
Blowing off the dust in this thread, the e book link is now live at B&N
Has everybody here already read this? If so, it's worthy of Ripley's Believe it or Not, it's been out of print since the late nineties. :0!
I read it, and have a copy sitting on my shelf. I do not read it that much, so the book is in no danger of falling apart despite its age. For me it did not have the magnetic affect of WoLaS. Mine is not the one with your artwork, but the one with the boat and the storm that Geoff Taylor did.
But congratulations on finally getting the book "back in print" so to speak. I did check the preview to see the new artwork, but the man of mystery in this case failed to grab my imagination. Arithon has a cast of well polished bright stars to make up for his secretive nature, the outside perspective on Korendir, despite all his hair raising adventures never really found a fan here. I re-read it occasionally for the ending. I have a lousy memory, so by the time I get around to reading it again I have forgotten what the revelation was, despite remembering that it did finally move me.
I've finally added this one to my collection, too (again, not the e-book). Should make for good beach reading next week. ;-)