LIBRA NIGRUM SCIENTIA SECRETA Update

Time is running out to pre-order your copy of LIBRA NIGRUM SCIENTIA SECRETA, the book that reveals the secrets behind Brian Keene’s The Thirteen and The Labyrinth, and J.F. Gonzalez’s Hanpa and The Dark Ones. This profusely-illustrated work of art is a dream come true for devotees of both author’s works.

Through an arrangement with the publisher, there will be no paperback, digital or trade hardcover published, making this edition a true collector’s item. The book will be issued in the following formats: 400-copy limited edition hardcover ($59), 26-copy lettered edition ($275), and a 10-copy Ultra edition ($550). (Please note, you are pre-ordering. This book is expected to ship Winter 2014).

CLICK HERE TO PRE-ORDER THE LIMITED EDITION – $59 – Only 130 copies left!

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6 thoughts on “LIBRA NIGRUM SCIENTIA SECRETA Update

  1. I cant fucking wait Brian, oh my God! The anxiety is growing my the day, I hope it comes sooner rather than later.

    I hope you are well, sir. Just curious, why did you end up changing the tentative release of Book 1: The Seven from late 2014 to 2016? This is only if i remember correctly, forgive me if I’m wrong. I am not mad, I am extremely grateful that we are getting the Libra, but I had to ask.

    1. Because I’m still not finished it. This first book basically has to summarize everything that has come before, but without boring you, the reader who knows all that info already. So it’s taking me much longer to write it.

      Also, the events of the final Levi book lead directly into the first Labyrinth book, so that needs to be finished first.

  2. Brian! I am sorry to bother you! I just had to know something about your books and there is no one else to ask! When Tony Genova references dumping corpses with a cannibal, is he referencing the characters from Urban Gothic? =)

    Thanks again and sorry to bother you!

  3. Hey Brian! I finished Clickers Vs Zombies and it was amazing. I was a little confused as to the Black Lodge reference in The Cage though… It seems like The Black Lodge for the most part are good guys. They sort of saved the day in Earthworm Gods 2, Clickers 3, and Clickers Vs Zombies. Overall I love the Black Lodge references and I hope they star in future books again!

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