Last Argument of Kings by Joe Abercrombie
You may remember from my interview with Joe Abercrombie that I kinda called him out for having such a bare and empty web site. Well… he’s sure shown me up by recently launching his new website which is chalk full of awesome stuff.

You’ll find excerpts from all his novels (including the upcoming Last Argument of Kings), a blog where you’ll be able to find Joe’s always witty musings, contact info, links and more! He’s putting his web site to good use already, having recently made a post directing people here to A Dribble of Ink for our wonderful interview!

Be sure to check it out and if you haven’t already: buy The Blade Itself! You won’t be disappointed!

You can find Joe’s web site HERE.

  • Tia Nevitt August 2, 2007 at 2:44 pm

    Hmm. It’s hard for me to resist an author who garners such enthusiasm. But why should I resist? It’s a debut, so I have the perfect excuse to put it on my reading list.

  • aidan August 3, 2007 at 1:00 pm


    You really have no excuse to add Joe’s novel to the top of your reading list?

    Are you living in the U.S.? If so, you can look forward to The Blade Itself being released in September! If you’re in the UK or Canada however, you can find The Blade Itself and Before They Are Hanged, its sequel, already on store shelves!

    Joe does indeed garner a lot of attention and for good reason!

  • J.G.Thomas August 3, 2007 at 11:01 pm

    I feel I ought to point out that Joe admitted on sffworld that he sold the soul of his firstborn child in return for the website.

    He’s an evil, evil man!

    Nice site Aidan, keep up the good work.

  • aidan August 4, 2007 at 12:45 am

    Ahh well, that explains it!

    I knew something fishy was up when Joe mentioned that his new web site would be up and running “any second now”! Only a deal with the devil could produce such a fine web site so fast!

    Glad you like the site, sir. Stick around!

  • Ariel August 17, 2007 at 6:50 am

    The very devil, am I? Hmmm, sounds like I need to up my rates… Oi, Abercrombie! How big’s your first-born? You might need to fatten it up a bit…