George R.R. Martin is not yet finished with Dance of Dragons. But he is ready to taunt us with the American and British covers.
Details and the actual covers here at GRRM's Not-a-Blog.
Note that the art shows what I've noticed is a fairly typical difference between American and British cover art — American cover art seems much more likely to be stylized, while British cover art seems more likely (at least in this field) to be representational and often closer to "realistic". I first noticed this when I bought Eddings The Diamond Throne while studying in England some 18 years ago.
Hat tip: Stephen Brainbridge.
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