Waiting on Wednesday [139] – THE CHART OF TOMORROWS by Chris Willrich

WOW 2014 copy

Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Breaking the Spine, and is a fun way to share upcoming books that you’re excited about with other bloggers and readers. I usually suck when it comes to reading a series in its entirety, but this is one series I’ve kept up with from the beginning, and I’m looking forward so much to book three:

The Chart of Tomorrows

The Chart of Tomorrows (Gaunt & Bone #3) by Chris Willrich. Releases in July 2015 from Pyr Books. Check out the gorgeous artwork on this cover! Plus, I’m happy that poor Persimmon Gaunt isn’t nearly naked on this cover, LOL! Or she might be, but you can’t tell because of all the shadows. Here’s what Goodreads says about the story:

The poet Persimmon Gaunt and the thief Imago Bone had sought only to retire from adventuring and start a family, but they never reckoned on their baby becoming the chosen vessel of the mystical energies of a distant Eastern land. With their son Innocence hunted by various factions hoping to use him as a tool, they kept him safe at the cost of trapping him in a pocket dimension of accelerated time.

Now free, the thirteen-year-old Innocence has rejected his parents and his “destiny” and has made dangerous friends in a barbaric Western land of dragon-prowed ships and rugged fjords. Desperately, Gaunt and Bone seek to track him down, along with their companion Snow Pine and her daughter A-Girl-Is-A-Joy, who was once trapped with Innocence too.

But as the nomadic Karvaks and their war-balloons strike west, and a troll-king spins his webs, and Joy is herself chosen by the spirit of the very land Innocence has fled to, Gaunt and Bone find themselves at the heart of a vast struggle — and their own son is emerging from that conflict as a force of evil. To save him and everything they know, they turn to a dangerous magical book, The Chart of Tomorrows, that reveals pathways through time. Upon the treacherous seas of history, Gaunt and Bone must face the darkness in each other’s pasts, in order to rescue their future.


Are you reading this series? Let me know what you’re waiting on this week:-D

Follow me!
Follow by Email

Posted March 4, 2015 by Tammy in Waiting on Wednesday / 16 Comments


16 responses to “Waiting on Wednesday [139] – THE CHART OF TOMORROWS by Chris Willrich

    • Tammy

      Nooo! Not nipple armor! My point about the cover of the first book (something I mentioned in my review) is that she’s PREGNANT and then she has a BRAND NEW BABY and I guarantee her abs do not look like that right after she’s had a baby, nor would any brand new mother dress like that, even for the sake of a fantasy novel! *feminist rant over*

    • Tammy

      I have lots of those series, ones I need to get to but just can’t. This one is well worth it, though!