Solomon’s Thieves released

I’m excited to announce that Solomon’s Thieves, my first/second, First Second graphic novel illustrated by the terrific LeUyen Pham and Alex Puvilland, is now on sale in bookstores and on Amazon. It’s just gotten its first review on Newsarama.

Based on the historical events of the fall of the Knights Templar, Solomon’s Thieves is a swashbuckling adventure about a bunch of outlawed knights who band together to attempt the greatest heist of the 14th century.

It’s the first book in a trilogy — and a career first for me, in that it’s not based on a video game. I hope Prince of Persia fans who like graphic novels and/or historical adventure fiction will check it out.

You can read more about it here.

Posted on May 21, 2010 in Blog, Comics, Templar | 3 comments

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  1. 5-22-2010

    I read it as soon as it came to my door. Beautiful.

  2. 5-22-2010

    Oh I got it Friday and I read it right away. I loved the drawings, so inspiring and more elaborated-adult than the PoP one. I find it nice (being French) to find the Middle-Age Paris, it’s something we don’t actually see much ! I paid attention to the details ! The storytelling, just epic. I didn’t expect that it would be so deep. I’m totally hooked.

    In response to your afterwords, which are truly gold. I thought you’d mention that one : Ken Follett’s novel the Pillars of the Earth. Even if it’s fictional, it make you smell, hear, see, touch medieval time. It’s a must-read for those who love that period. I think you can find inspiration in it.

  3. 7-2-2010

    Fantastic! When can we expect the second part? :D


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