Started by Corporal Hicks, Jun 27, 2014, 10:01:52 AM
I have just uploaded an interview with RidgeTop and I conducted with James A Moore, the author of the upcoming Alien novel, Sea of Sorrows. It is episode 17 of our podcast series:
“As a deputy commissioner for the ICC, Alan Decker's job is to make sure the settlements on LV178 follow all the rules, keeping the colonists safe. But the planet known as New Galveston holds secrets, lurking deep beneath the toxic sands dubbed the Sea of Sorrows. The Weyland-Yutani Corporation has secrets of its own, as Decker discovers when he is forced to join a team of mercenaries sent to investigate an ancient excavation. Somewhere in that long-forgotten dig lies the thing the company wants most in the universe—a living Xenomorph. Decker doesn't understand why they need him, until his own past comes back to haunt him. Centuries ago, his ancestor fought the Aliens, launching a bloody vendetta that was never satisfied. That was when the creatures swore revenge on the Destroyer... Ellen Ripley.”
James spills several juicy nuggets about the upcoming novel including the reveal that his book will be looking more closely into the hive consciousness of the Aliens, something that we can easily see this exclusive preview that Titan have provided us. I’d like to thank James for taking the time to chat with us and Titan for the preview. Sea of Sorrows is due out late July and can be pre-ordered at Amazon or Titan.
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Quote from: SM on Jun 27, 2014, 10:56:17 PMYou will in a few months.
Quote from: Ultramorph on Jun 28, 2014, 01:40:06 AMQuote from: SM on Jun 27, 2014, 10:56:17 PMYou will in a few months.That would be very neat, indeed.
Quote from: Xenomorphine on Jun 28, 2014, 07:16:35 PMAs for the synopsis, I hope it's not accurate. Revenge doesn't feel like a concept Aliens should be motivated by (in the same way as it didn't feel right for the shark in the last 'Jaws' film). It goes against the spirit of Ash's famous speech.
QuoteRevenge doesn't feel like a concept Aliens should be motivated by (in the same way as it didn't feel right for the shark in the last 'Jaws' film). It goes against the spirit of Ash's famous speech.
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