PRAISE FOR THE ALPHA AND OMEGA NOVELS
“A TERRIFIC SAGA.”*
“Patricia Briggs is amazing…Her Alpha and Omega novels are fantastic. In fact, they’ve contributed greatly to new works in the paranormal romance field featuring werewolves.”—Fresh Fiction
“The story line, characters, world…everything is so unbelievably well developed…The Alpha and Omega series has a wonderful quality of emotion-driven stories.”—Bitten Books
“Magnificent!...If you’re looking for a fantasy/paranormal series that will knock your socks off with nonstop action, character development, and romance, then the Alpha and Omega series is it…Patricia Briggs is pure bliss!”—The Romance Readers Connection
“The key to this super Alpha and Omega urban fantasy series is Patricia Briggs’s uncanny world-building skills that cleverly interweave a full culture into the plot.”—*Midwest Book Review
“A great start to [a] new werewolf series. Ms. Briggs is a fantastic storyteller…The action is filled with dangerous surprises, and the romance will find a way into your heart.”—Darque Reviews
“Patricia Briggs is one of my favorite urban fantasists as she makes her alternative world filled with werewolves, witches, and spirits (oh my) seem genuine.”—Genre Go Round Reviews
About the Author
#1 New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs lives in Washington State with her husband, children, and a small herd of horses.
Todd Herman is a cartoonist/storyboard artist/designer based in Portland Oregon, whose graphic novel credits include The Fog and Cut for Dark Horse Comics, Galveston and Fall of Cthulhu: Nemesis for Boom! Studios, and The Warriors: Jailbreak for Dynamite Entertainment, as well as a three year stint storyboarding the Eddie Murphy stop action animated television series The PJs.
Writer David Lawrence has worked in comics since the 1980s, when he created the fondly remembered indie classic Ex-Mutants and several spin-offs. In recent years he served as Managing Editor at Dabel Brother’s publishing. Lawrence has worked with a number of bestselling novelists, including Jim Butcher, Karen Marie Moning and George R.R. Martin.
Raised in Peoria, Illinois, and currently a resident of Chicago, Jenny Frison has been working as an illustrator in the comic book industry since 2008. A two-time Harvey Award Nominee for best cover artist, Frison has created covers for DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Image, Top Cow, IDW, and Dynamite. She loves comics, puppies, horror movies, and toast…but not necessarily in that order.