Cover Reveal banner for We Break Immortals

I am very excited today to be sharing a cover reveal for Thomas Howard Riley’s debut novel, We Break Immortals!

We Break Immortals is the first book in Thomas Howard Riley’s brand new series, The Advent Lumina Cycle — an epic dark fantasy!

So what is this series about?

A drug addict who hunts sorcerers down by tracking their magick, the most renowned swordsman no one has ever heard of, and a thieving magick-wielding woman hellbent on revenge collide during a last ditch effort to stop an insane superhuman serial killer from making himself a god.

I think it sounds super exciting and I can’t wait to read it!

The cover reveal

The cover of We Break Immortals 

This cover was created by the very talented Omer Burak Onal, who you can find over on Twitter or see their website for a full portfolio.

I think this cover is absolutely stunning — and alongside that exciting story, I can’t wait to read it!

If you feel the same then make sure you add it to your ‘Want to Read’ shelf on Goodreads and you can pre-order it on Amazon — it will be released on 7th December 2021.

The full blurb for We Break Immortals

The Render Tracers always say magick users deserve to burn. Aren couldn’t agree more, Keluwen would beg to differ, and Corrin couldn’t care less either way.

In a world where most people use swords for protection, Aren uses tools that let him see what no one else can see, and he takes advantage of loopholes that can undo magick in order to stop the deadliest people in the world. He is a Render Tracer, relentlessly pursuing rogue sorcerers who bend the laws of physics to steal, assault, and kill. But his next hunt will lead him to question his entire life, plunging him into a world where he can’t trust anyone, not even his own eyes.

When Keluwen finally escaped her fourth parents’ home and set out on her own to become a thief, she never thought she would one day be killing her own kind. She honed her magick on the streets, haunted by her past, hunted by Render Tracers, and feared by a society that hates what she is. Now she joins a crew of outcast magicians on a path of vengeance as they race to stop an insane sorcerer who has unlocked the source of all magick and is trying to use it to make himself a god.

Corrin is a sword fighter first, a drinker second, and a…well, there must be something else he is good at. He’ll think of it if you give him enough time. He is a rogue for hire, and he has no special powers of any kind. The most magick he has ever done is piss into the wind without getting any on himself. He is terrible at staying out of trouble, and someone always seems to be chasing him. When he gets caught up in a multi-kingdom manhunt, he finds himself having to care about other people for a change, and he’s not happy about it.

They are about to collide on the trail of a man who is impossible to catch, who is on the verge of plunging the world into ruin, and who can turn loyal people into traitors in a single conversation. They must struggle against their own obsessions, their fears, ancient prophecies, and each other. They will each have to balance the people they love against their missions, and struggle to avoid becoming the very thing they are trying to stop.

Thomas Howard RileyAbout the author, Thomas Howard Riley

Thomas Howard Riley currently resides in a secluded grotto in the wasteland metropolis, where he reads ancient books, plays ancient games, watches ancient movies, jams on ancient guitars, and writes furiously day and night. He sometimes appears on clear nights when the moon is gibbous, and he has often been seen in the presence of cats.

He always wanted to make up his own worlds, tell his own stories, invent his own people, honor the truths of life, and explore both the light and the darkness of human nature. With a few swords thrown in for good measure.

And some magick. Awesome magick.

You can find out more on his website at THOMASHOWARDRILEY.COM — and on Twitter he is @ornithopteryx, where he is sometimes funny, always clever, and never mean.

Finally, a special shout out and thank you to fantasybooknerd.com for the amazing cover reveal artwork, and to Sue Bavey for organising this cover reveal!