My reading pile of books is growing every day, maybe not every day but every week for certain. Among that pile of books are the Ken Scholes’ novels, “Lamentation” and “Canticle”, although I read a few very positive reviews of “Lamentation”. I can’t honestly say when I will read the novels, my reading pile of books makes the next choice very difficult, but I am certain that I will read it someday. At a first glance, however, I have to say that I really love the cover artwork for the US hardback edition published by Tor Books last year. This year Ken Scholes’ novel will reach new countries and readers, “Lamentation” being published in Spain, Germany and France, and I could already find two of the covers of these editions. “Lamentation” is due to be released in Spain by Minotauro on March, in France by Bragelonne on May and in Germany by Blanvalet on August. We already have the covers for the Spanish edition, “Lamento”, and for the German edition, “Sündenfall”, and although I like the US cover artwork more, these covers are looking good too. I believe that the Spanish cover focuses on the city of Windwir, while the German cover (which comes second in my preferences) matches more the synopsis of the novel. I am very curious to see the French cover when the time comes, especially because I’ve seen some amazing artwork on the books published by Bragelonne.