Burned US Release

And the seventh Alex Verus novel is finally out!


On sale in mass market paperback and on Kindle, as per usual.  Audiobook version should be available by today, too.  For now, I’m still spending all my time finishing the sequel!

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12 Responses to Burned US Release

  1. Paige says:

    I’ve waited months for this book and suffered through agony in the last few days waiting for it to finally come out and I’m going to be doing the same for the next book, too. Oh the cycle of pain! But it’s so worth it!

  2. I could get the kindle version. But you know me. I’d rather bug you .

  3. My Audible pre-order is ready! I will be listening to Burned shortly!

  4. Just can’t wait to read it!

  5. Kat says:

    Just finished, and all I can say is:


    That was amazing.

    I was on the edge of my seat the whole read, I could hardly put it down (which made working a little more complicated, haha). Plenty of fantastic twists and turns, and the ending was just… nnngh! I don’t even have words.

    Thank you, Mr. Jacka, for another excellent book. I’m really looking forward to the next one (which will be coming out next month, I’m sure. Right? Right? ;D ).

  6. Ravi says:

    I gave it a great review on Amazon! I loved it so much!!

  7. Michaela pfanner says:

    That’s so unfair. We have to wait until Thursday. I want to read it know. Can’t wait any longer.

  8. Holly says:

    I loved this book. I am so interested to see Alex go darker. I love this series. It is an exciting novel that twists until the end.

  9. Tamara Fisher says:

    An amazing novel- Well worth the wait! Just inhaled the kindle version tonight, and will be listening to the Audiobook for my work commute the rest of the week. Thank you for such a well plotted and written book, you have quickly risen to one of my top 5 all-time urban fantasy authors, even surpassing Butcher! Thanks again!

  10. Fade says:

    It feels surreal to me that months and months of effort on your part lasts just a few glorious hours on ours. I got my copy yesterday (US) at noon and finished it just after dinner. (Note: I did not put down the book for this duration, including during dinner.) It seems like a very one-sided ratio between time spent creating and time spent consuming. Then I thought about the sheer number of people doing the consuming, and I thought about the number of times I’m likely to re-read this book (double digits.) It doesn’t seem so lopsided after all. I guess what I’m trying to get at is Thanks for writing.

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