August Releases

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What new releases does August bring in the Forgotten Realms, the Galaxy Far, Far Away, and the bleak, metallic environs of the Angry Robot?  Some good stuff, I’d say.  Let’s take a look.

In the Realms, we have Bury Elminster Deep, from Ed Greenwood himself. From the description:

Elminster’s archenemy, the vampiric Lord Manshoon, thinks he has destroyed Elminster at last. But Elminster survives in the form of magical ash, and with the help of his scion, a fop who is growing into a true nobleman, and his longtime companion Storm, he still has a chance to counter Manshoon’s insidious plots.

In the Galaxy Far, Far Away, we have Fate of the Jedi: Ascension, by Christie Golden. From the description:

As Luke and Ben Skywalker pursue the formidable dark-side being Abeloth, the Lost Tribe of the Sith is about to be sundered by an even greater power—which will thrust one Dark Lord into mortal conflict with his own flesh-and-blood.

On Coruscant, a political vacuum has left tensions at the boiling point, with factions racing to claim control of the Galactic Alliance. Suddenly surrounded by hidden agendas, treacherous conspiracies, and covert Sith agents, the Jedi Order must struggle to keep the GA government from collapsing into anarchy.

And, from the fine folks at Angry Robot, we have Hard Spell, by Justin Gustainis. From the description:

Stan Markowski is a Detective Sergeant on the Scranton PD’s Supernatural Crimes Investigation Unit. Like the rest of America, Scranton’s got an uneasy ‘live and let unlive’ relationship with the supernatural. But when a vamp puts the bite on an unwilling victim, or some witch casts the wrong kind of spell, that’s when they call Markowski. He carries a badge. Also, a crucifix, some wooden stakes, a big vial of holy water, and a 9mm Beretta loaded with silver bullets.

Good reading, peeps!



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  1. Wouldn’t it be cool if more Star Wars movies were planned based on the range of books and stories out there now, and a Paul S. Kemp trilogy were made?

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