"Absolutely gorgeous...beautiful" --Stephen King

"Absolutely gorgeous...beautiful" --Stephen King

"Mark Edward Geyer's illustrations lend old-fashioned atmosphere." --Publisher's Weekly

"Geyer's ink illustrations convey both humor and thrills." --Publisher's Weekly

"Marvelous illustrations that suggest woodcuts and have an Edward Gorey weirdness"--The Green Man Review

"Gorey-esque illustrations"--Jess Nevins, author of Encyclopedia of Fanstastic Victoriana

"Mark's work evokes the down-and-out grittiness of the 1930s and yet also boasts a level of detail and a quality of draftsmanship reminiscent of Gilded Age artists like Charles Dana Gibson." --Chris Moriarty

"Mark's lush, detailed illustrations make my books truly beautiful." --Cherie Priest

"Your talent shines through every line drawn." --Frank Darabont, director of The Green Mile, regarding the interior pen & inks for novel.

"beautiful" --Stewart O'Nan, regarding the illustrations for his novel The Speed Queen

"The Inquisitor's Apprentice is beautifully illustrated, and the endpapers--gorgeous." --Sarah Prineas, author of The Magic Thief series.

"Mark Edward Geyer's illustrations are beautiful, and add even more depth to the story." --Book Page,
regarding The Inquisitor's Apprentice.

Friday, March 16, 2012

Did I forget to mention this?

The Inquisitor's Apprentice was included in Kirkus Reviews' 2011 list of Best Graphic Novels and
Illustrated Chapter Books. One of only fourteen books chosen. Here's the link: http://www.kirkusreviews.com/best-of/2011/children/2011-best-books-children-graphic-novels-illustrate/

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Forgot to Post this!

In January Kirkus Reviews included The Inquisitor's Apprentice in their Best Children's Books of 2011.

Here's the link: