Those Brave, Foolish Souls from the City of Swords by Benedict Patrick #coverlove


If you haven’t heard of the Yarnsworld series yet by Patrick, you best get your ducks in a row and behold the beauty of not only the covers but also the unbelievably capturing stories! While the whole series is set in the same world, each book can be read as a standalone.

But first! Book #3 in the Yarnsworld is going to be published on 31st of October and today is the day for a cover reveal! Look at this baby! All the cover love in the world! ❤


Don’t draw your blade in the City of Swords, unless you’re willing to kill… or ready to die.

Young and filled with idealistic fervor, Arturo packs his blade and travels to the fabled City of Swords in the hopes of joining the dashing Bravadori. Yet upon arriving he discovers these masked vigilantes have more in common with brutal thugs than noble monster slayers. Disillusioned and mocked, he stubbornly refuses to give up his dreams.

When an impending bandit attack threatens untold depravities upon a distant village, and no others will heed the call for help, Arturo joins forces with a worthless outcast and a walking legend to attempt the impossible, to traverse the demon-haunted wilderness and prove that in the City of Swords, true heroes can rise from the unlikeliest of places.

Those Brave, Foolish Souls from the City of Swords is a gritty, action-packed standalone novel set in Benedict Patrick’s Yarnsworld, a land where folktales and fantasy mix, where the monsters from stories are real.

Those Brave, Foolish Souls from the City of Swords: Goodreads 

It is so gorgeous, that when Benedict first DM’d me about it, I think I spent about a solid half an hour just staring at it and bombing a series of gushing replies to him about how much I love it!

I will be reading the book itself very very soon and can’t wait to share my thoughts with you because the first two books were brilliant.


They Mostly Come Out At Night: Goodreads| Amazon UK | US | My Review

Where The Waters Turn Black: Goodreads | Amazon UK | US | My Review

What you think of the new cover? And aren’t they all just beautiful? Do they entice you enough to make you want to read them? Go on, I promise you won’t regret it! 🙂


  1. Those covers are gorgeous! And the blurb of the first book sounds pretty darn intriguing.
    Especially the mention of Neil Gaiman and Patrick Rothfuss. I haven’t read any Rothfuss yet, but I have some on my physical TBR. Gaiman’s Neverwhere was a hit for me, so I’ll have to check this one out. Added it to my TBR!

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    • I am really pleased I was able to introduce the series to new potential readers.. that cover is just absolutely stunning- a piece of art, truly! I hope you enjoy the books once your tbr pile allows you to check them out 😉


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