Sean Williams shares. And it looks like we’ll be seeing his novelization of The Force Unleashed on a certain newspaper’s bestseller list soon…
And he comes across as so sincere that I’ll even refrain from snarking on the
Darksaber comment. (More or less.)
Wow, is it time for already? The new Michael Reaves book should be in stores today. Also keep an eye out for Coruscant Nights: Street of Shadows , a trade omnibus that collects The Dark Lord Trilogy trilogy Labyrinth of Evil by James Luceno, Revenge of the Sith by Matthew Stover, and Luceno’s Dark Lord.
Don’t worry, comic fans: There’s plenty for you on
Wednesday. The much-anticipated Darth Wyyrlok-focused , Legacy #27 aka Rebellion #16 Vector part 8, and the fourth Knights of the Old Republic trade, . Punny! Daze of Hate, Knights of Suffering
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StarWars.com has the
first look at on Penguin’s line for younger readers, including a cover gallery. (Above, the relevant bits of the junior novelization cover.)
With a month and a day to the
first street date, LucasBooks and Del Rey have issued the press release, and now we know that five novels are coming! Karen Traviss and Karen Miller are the only authors named: no word on who, if anyone, will be joining them, or if the books are actual novelizations or side-stories… Though the plot description sounds familiar enough. In any case, we’re certain to get a lot more background on the Clone Wars.
According to her website, the Republic Commando author will on hand in San Diego July 24-27 for the convention, just in time for to hit the shelves – if it really is coming out on The Clone Wars novelization July 26, that is. Are they going to wait until the con to officially announce this thing? Any day now… I hope. ( via)
The official site teases
Jude Watson’s final . Look for the book in Last of the Jedi novel, Reckoning June, though I expect to see a ‘How will Ferus die?’ poll any minute now.
In other young reader news, there’s also the
Indiana Jones Junior Novelizations.
To publish (Nuk nuk nuk.) They’ve tapped author James Rollins to write the Indiana Jones books. Kingdom of the Crystal Skull novelization, with Laurent Bouzereau and old hat J. W. Rinzler on nonfiction duty.
Lots of reprints! On
Tuesday, look for the paperback of Aaron Allston’s , the first book of the Betrayal Legacy of the Force series, and , a trade paperback reprinting all three prequel novelizations. Star Wars: The Prequel Trilogy
Wednesday brings the 30th Anniversary Darth Maul collection and the first trade collection of . Those yearning for new tales can turn to Legacy, Broken and Knights of the Old Republic #16 Buffy #3.
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– that certainly makes several things easier. Williams may be best known to The Force Unleashed novel by Sean Williams will give fans the game’s canon ending Star Wars fans as the co-author of the NJO’s Force Heretic trilogy.