UPDATE: The official site now has the synopsis.
Random House has released the cover for Michael Reaves’ third Coruscant Nights book, due out in November, and man is it cool. (If you ignore the cheesy text effects.) See the whole thing under the cut. Continue reading
The Expanded Universe chat will be discussing the latest release, Coruscant Nights: Jedi Twilight, tonight at 8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific. If you’re new to IRC, you can join via the web client, just for tonight.
The Expanded Universe chat is hosting a chat on Michael Reaves’ Coruscant Nights: Jedi Twilight this coming Sunday at 8pm Eastern (5pm Pacific.) Our host will be #eu regular and TFN mod (a good one) Grand Admiral Jello.
I guess I’d better start reading…
The results of our continuity poll are in, and it reveals that most of CJ’s readers ( a whooping 54%) are of the school that doesn’t sweat the small stuff, while 27% of you care quite a bit, 11% of you don’t really care much as long as the major stuff is consistant, and only 8% of you turn an extremely selective eye upon the process. Yay?
Our new poll is about the latest release, Jedi Twilight, first book of the Coruscant Nights trilogy. Weigh in on the sidebar or under the cut – it’ll stick around until July 13th. Continue reading
On Tuesday, look for the first book of Michael Reaves’ Coruscant Night trilogy, Jedi Twlight at bookstores. On Wednesday, comic fans can pick up Dark Times #12/Vector part 6.
The latest Star Wars Insider should be in stores now as well.
156 readers weighed in, and there’s nothing too surprising here: Stover’s Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor, set not long after Return of the Jedi, took a clear lead with 61 votes; Luceno’s Millennium Falcon, our first look at the GFFA after the events of Legacy of the Force, took second with 43 votes. (Don’t forget these two recently swapped street dates: It’s good news for at least 43 of you.) Traviss’ Republic Commando: Order 66 and Reaves’ Coruscant Nights trilogy dueled it out for third place, ending up with 28 and 24 votes, respectively.
Our latest poll went up yesterday, and asks which upcoming novel you’re straining at the bit for – The Coruscant Nights trilogy by Michael Reaves (The first book, Jedi Twilight, comes out in two weeks,) Karen Traviss’ Order 66 (September 16,) Matthew Stover’s Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor (December) or James Luceno’s Millennium Falcon (October.) Vote on the sidebar or under the cut. Continue reading
Was checking up on our book schedule last night, and noticed that the release date for the third Coruscant Nights novel, Patterns of the Force, has been pushed back to January 27th – more than understandable given Michael Reaves’ health issues, so hold the bitching.
Happier news comes in the form of two paperback reprints – Death Star is set for November 11th, and Darth Bane: Rule of Two for October 28.
Our Star Wars book release schedule has been thus updated.