Godwalker is a go!

I just received an e-mail from Greg Stolze, a roleplaying game designer whose work I greatly respect and enjoy– Particularly his work on the excellent RPG Unknown Armies. Though that game has reached it’s end of life, Greg has been working on a novel set in the Unknown Armies universe. Today, his e-mail announcement proclaimed it for all–Godwalker, the novel, is completed and is shipping. There will be a grand total of 200 copies of this book shipped. Ever.

I just ordered mine. If anyone else is interested, you can order it from right here, and it will be shipped to you via Media Mail.

After having read his work of the Demon: the Fallen novels and the opening vignettes in the Unknown Armies books, I’m confident that this novel will be quite a catch.

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