I am starting to read John Scalzi's novel "The Human Division". It appears to be made up of thirteen distinct chapters named "episodes".
In the acknowledgments, he praises the cover artist:
Cover artist John Harris's contribution to The Human Division is significant enough that I have codedicated the entire book to him, but I want to acknowledge again his spectacular work for the book and for the individual episodes.
The edition of the book I have is a 19.5cm x 13cm paperback published in 2016 by Tor. Except for the cover on the outside of the book, I'm not seeing any illustrations in there.
While I usually do not expect any graphical content in a novel, I am feeling a tiny little bit cheated right now, especially as the acknowledgments go on to say:
The book would not be the same without his efforts.
What edition(s) would I need to see all the artwork created for the book?