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The Reavers of Skaith (Trade Paperback)

Planet Stories on StarWars.com

... Planet Stories on StarWars.com Friday, January 23, 2009If you’ve been keeping up with our blog, you already know how excited we were to have a legend like George Lucas pen an introduction to Leigh Brackett’s The Reavers of Skaith, the latest Eric John Stark adventure out from Planet Stories. So you might imagine how thrilled we were to see StarWars.com feature Reavers on both the front page and the Book Vault section of their Web site. ... Check out the feature here. The Reavers of Skaith...
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The Reavers of Skaith (Trade Paperback)

...and we're back!

... ...and we're back! Tuesday, December 30, 2008Howdy, all! In the wake of Snowpocalypse 2008, in which we got inches—inches!—of snow and therefore couldn't possibly make it into the office, but rather holed up in our houses waiting for the imminent apocalypse, we're all rushing a bit to catch up and get our latest books off to press. Books like The Reavers of Skaith, Leigh Brackett's epic conclusion to the Eric John Stark novels which began with The Secret of Sinharat. For a...
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The Reavers of Skaith (Trade Paperback)

Don't Fear the Reavers

... Don't Fear the Reavers Wednesday, December 17, 2008Well, folks, it's finally here. One year and three books later, we've reached the last of Leigh Brackett's amazing Eric John Stark novels, which began with our introduction to the wildman-turned-mercenary in The Secret of Sinharat and continued in her epic Skaith trilogy. In The Reavers of Skaith, her final installment on the world of the dying ginger star, Brackett doesn't pull any punches. Not only do we get more strange landscapes,...
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The Hounds of Skaith (Trade Paperback)

Ryman For The Win

Ryman For The Win Tuesday, December 9, 2008Covers are important. Not only do they help popularize books and win over new readers—and believe me when I say that the first thing the book industry drills into you is that a book with a bad cover Will Not Sell, no matter how amazing the content—they also go a long way toward establishing the feel of a series. There are a number of authors and series that I can recognize from the cover art alone, and I'm always distraught when some...
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The Ginger Star (Trade Paperback)

Map the Stars

Map the Stars Tuesday, September 30, 2008It's not often that I get to show off Planet Stories art besides the covers, but I wanted to take a minute and point out that in addition to a killer story, Leigh Brackett's Skaith books (which include The Ginger Star, The Hounds of Skaith, and the forthcoming The Reavers of Skaith) all feature hand-drawn maps by the incredibly talented Rob Lazzaretti. I've always loved being able to follow along with a character's adventures on a map, getting a better...
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The Hounds of Skaith (Trade Paperback)

Judge the Books By Their Covers

... Judge the Books By Their Covers Friday, September 26, 2008Over the last year or so, we've been listening carefully to what people have to say about Planet Stories, and especially about the books' covers. While we all know that it's what's inside that counts—and with authors like Brackett and Howard, Moore and Moorcock, I think we're pretty set on that level—the cover remains the single most important factor in selling a book to somebody who may never have heard of it. I know...
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The Hounds of Skaith (Trade Paperback)

Riding the Wave

... Riding the Wave Tuesday, September 23, 2008It's that time again—time for me to point out that nothing new I can say about The Hounds of Skaith can recommend it any better than it recommends itself and jump straight to an excerpt from the novel. In The Ginger Star, everyone's favorite mercenary and wild man Eric John Stark ventured to the dying world of Skaith in search of his foster father, only to find himself the subject of a revolutionary prophecy. Now, reunited with his mentor...
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The Hounds of Skaith (Trade Paperback)

It Just Keeps Getting Better

... It Just Keeps Getting Better Tuesday, September 9, 2008I've got a problem. ... See, back in April I did one of these blog posts about The Ginger Star, the first of Leigh Brackett's three Skaith books. In it, I talked all about how she's my favorite Planet Stories author so far, and how The Ginger Star is hands-down the most fun-to-read book in our line to date. I was fair, but I was effusive, as the world she painted was a beautiful blend of fantasy and sci-fi (as is the case with so much...
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The Ginger Star (Trade Paperback)

Playing Favorites

Playing Favorites Tuesday, April 29, 2008For me, trying to pick a favorite author in the Planet Stories line is like trying to pick my favorite child: impolite, but still totally doable. (At least, I presume that's what the expression means—I don't have kids.) And while each of my literary children is a unique and beautiful snowflake, for me, the favorite is Leigh Brackett. ... It's not just because she was a master of many genres, writing everything from westerns to sword and planet to...
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