EXCLUSIVE: Clay Harmon’s brilliant Flames of Mira gets a new cover release

Last Updated on February 23, 2024

Before the 2024 release of Into the Rift, book two in Clay Harmon’s The Riftwalker series published by Solaris, a brand spanking new cover for Flames of Mira will come out on the 4th of July, 2023. If you haven’t already gotten your hands on this absolutely cracking read, then make sure you get that pre-order in, because that paperback is going to look gorgeous on your bookshelf.

Flames of Mira is dark, tense, and full of action. It is perfect for readers who like their fantasy full of morally grey characters battling with moral dilemmas in a unique world that just seems to bring pain to both the powerful and the weak.

Tickled your fancy? Read our full review by Aaron Jones, here.

Check out that new cover!

The change from the dark of the first cover to the blue effect of the updated cover is just excellent, and I imagine will really help the cover pop off the physical and digital bookshelves. Honestly, I was a big fan of the digital art on the first cover, but this just dials it up to 11 (tip of the glass to the Solaris Books staffer or freelancer who made this beauty somehow even better). It’s going to look brilliant on your bookshelf.

About Flames of Mira

Magic and redemption in a world of fire and ice.

Among boiling volcanoes under Mira’s frozen lands, people like Ig are forced to undergo life-threatening trials that bind chemical elements to the human body. One of Mira’s most powerful elementals, Ig serves as an enforcer for Magnate Sorrelo Adriann, but is cursed with flesh binding magic that will kill him at the first sign of disobedience.

When Sorrelo is overthrown, Ig quickly learns he can do far worse than what has been asked of him so far. If he can’t escape the flesh binding in time, he will have to kill friend and foe alike to stop his master reclaiming the throne, or sacrifice himself trying.

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Adrian Collins runs Grimdark Magazine and loves anything to do with telling darker stories. Doesn't matter the format, or when it was published or produced--just give him a grim story told in a dark world by a morally grey protagonist and this bloke's in his happy place. Add in a barrel aged stout to sip on after a cheeky body surf under the Australian sun, and that's his heaven.

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