The Crimson Labyrinth Yusuke Kishi
Publisher: Vertical, Incorporated
The kind of quality that other studios seem to lavish on the most blisteringly mundane productions, however it's not entirely surprising given that the author's previous work, The Crimson Labyrinth, is similarly uninspiring. If nothing else The Crimson Horror surely proves once and for all that Madame Vastra (Neve McIntosh), Jenny (Catrin Stewart) and Strax (Dan Starkey) could carry a spin-off series of their own. Guillermo del Toro is frequently attached to projects as producer, but now comes news of his next film as director. Yusuke Kishi The Crimson Labyrinth Kurimuzon no Meikyuu Inhalt: Yoshihiko Fujiki ist Anfang 40, arbeitslos und findet sich eines Tages in einer merkwürdigen, rötlichen Umgebung wieder. The Crimson God is a god of the old South, one of the last major surviving, or at least, still active Old Gods of Deshret. Today I'm so thrilled to have Cinda Williams Chima here to share about THE CRIMSON CROWN, the last book in The Seven Realms series that was released October 23, 2012. One of special note is The Crimson Pandect, by Sine Nomine Publishing, the awesome writers of Red Tide, An Echo Resounding, Stars Without Numbers, et al. Then there's the Japanese horror: 'The Crimson Labyrinth' from Yusuke Kishi, 'Now You're One of Us' by Asa Nonami and of course the Ring cycle by Koji Suzuki. I received The Crimson Labyrinth as part of my windfall of birthday books in August - this one from my mother. Cinda's books are always on the New York Times best seller list and she's one of my favorite fantasy authors.