New SF&F Books for August

Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by Starbreaker, Aug 3, 2013.

  1. Starbreaker

    Starbreaker Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    Lots of stuff to choose from this month. Star Trek, Star Wars, Horror, Steampunk, Anthologies, Space Opera, Fantasy, and much more.

    Three that caught my attention:
    Tales of Jack the Ripper edited by Ross E. Lockhart
    Transcendental by James Gunn
    ST: The Fall: Revelations and Dust by David R. George III
     
  2. cdgodin

    cdgodin Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    Kenobi, Dawn of the Jedi, and Agent of the Empire are the non-ST picks for me.
     
  3. bfollowell

    bfollowell Commander Red Shirt

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    I am sooooo insanely looking forward to Michael J. Sullivan's The Crown Tower (The Riyria Chronicles). If you've never read his Riyria Revelations series, you need to do yourself a favor and pick them up. It's one of the best fantasy series I've read in many, many years.

    - Byron
     
  4. JoeP

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    Kenobi, and Revelations and Dust are my new releases this month. Then continuing on the the recent TOS stand alones throughout the rest of the month...
     
  5. bfollowell

    bfollowell Commander Red Shirt

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    Kenobi makes me think of other SW novels. Has anyone heard any rumors if the other two titles in Zhan's original Thrawn Trilogy will get a similar 20th Anniversary Edition like the Heir to the Empire did a couple of years ago? Since the Dark Force Rising was originally published in June of 1992, I'm assuming not, but I'd still like to see the other two titles get a similar treatment.

    - Byron
     
  6. Thrawn

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    No, they won't. Sales didn't justify it.