Great reviews for Freedom of the Mask

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May 282016
 

In addition to the starred review from Publishers Weekly, two more fantastic, non-spoiler reviews of Freedom of the Mask were posted this week.

NetGalley reviewer Chris concludes:

“5 stars. The type of book that is the reason we love stories. Imagination too large for a movie can only exist in books like this. Adventure just doesn’t get any better.”

NetGalley user Chris McCaffrey: Freedom of the Mask

And Elitist Book Reviews concludes:

“FREEDOM OF THE MASK has every bit the adventure of the prior two novels, but also manages to incorporate more of the historical details and stylings of the first few novels. It is, simply put, an incredible novel.”

Elitist Book Reviews: Freedom of the Mask

Subterranean Press is shipping the trade edition of Freedom of the Mask now. You can order a copy from their website. Lettered and limited editions are still pre-orderable, too. (They will ship once the traycases and slipcases are completed.)

The audiobook and ebook editions will be released on Tuesday, May 31.

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Subterranean: Freedom of the Mask is now shipping!

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May 182016
 

Freedom of the Mask by Robert McCammonWe’re pleased to announce that the TRADE hardcover of Robert McCammon’s Freedom of the Mask is in stock and shipping. (If you ordered the limited or lettered editions, please be patient. Those will be along in due course.)

Freedom may just be the most exciting of the Matthew Corbett novels yet, garnering a starred review from Publishers Weekly:

McCammon’s rousing sixth yarn featuring Matthew Corbett (after 2014’s The River of Souls) transports the early 18th-century American problem solver across the Atlantic to London, where he’s clapped into hellish Newgate Prison on murder charges. Matthew quickly becomes embroiled in mysteries involving fellow inmate Daniel Defoe; a gin-running street gang, the Black-Eyed Broodies; a kidnapped Italian opera singer; and a masked avenger named Albion, whose exploits are sensationalized (along with Matthew’s) in a penny dreadful broadsheet, the Pin

Want to read more, including an excerpt from the novel, and an interview with the author? Check out the book’s product page.

The ebook and audiobook editions will be available no later than May 31. Both can be pre-ordered now

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Robert McCammon at StokerCon 2016

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May 182016
 

Robert McCammon made a surprise visit to StokerCon 2016 in Las Vegas this past weekend. Here are photos posted to Facebook showing him with authors Yvonne Navarro, Weston Ochse, and Pete Mesling.

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Yvonne Navarro and Robert McCammon
Yvonne Navarro and Robert McCammon
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Weston Ochse and Robert McCammon
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Robert McCammon Boy’s Life update

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Apr 292016
 

From Subterranean Press:

We’ve just seen the advance copies of Robert McCammon’sBoy’s Life, and can honestly say it’s the most gorgeous McCammon volume we’ve yet produced. We can’t wait to get this one into your hands! As soon as the slipcases are done, we’ll be able to start shipping. This book, this edition, will form the cornerstone of any McCammon collection. Don’t miss out.

Limited: 474 signed numbered copies, in slipcase: $125

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Book signing at the Alabama Booksmith on June 1

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Apr 272016
 

The Alabama Booksmith has announced that Robert McCammon will sign his new book, Freedom of the Mask, there on Wednesday, June 1, 2016, at 4 PM!

Copies of all of his in-print novels, including Freedom of the Mask, will be available for purchase, and attendees are welcome to bring other books for Mr. McCammon to sign.

For details, including information about ordering a signed copy, visit the Alabama Booksmith website.

 

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Updates from Subterranean Press

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Apr 212016
 

Subterranean Press issued two updates this morning:

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The audiobook edition of Freedom of the Mask can now be pre-ordered!

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Apr 182016
 

Pre-ordering is now available for the Audible audiobook edition of Freedom of the Mask, book six in Robert McCammon’s Matthew Corbett series. The book is once again narrated by the very talented Edoardo Ballerini.

Pre-order Freedom of the Mask audiobook from Audible

Freedom of the Mask will be published in May by Subterranean Press. As of this writing, all states of the book are still available for pre-order: lettered edition, limited edition, signed trade hardcover, and trade hardcover.

Pre-order Freedom of the Mask from Subterranean Press

Freedom of the Mask will also be available as an ebook in the U.S.

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A Starred Review for Freedom of the Mask

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Mar 222016
 

From Subterranean Press:

Robert McCammon’s Freedom of the Mask page is burgeoning with features. In addition to the standard description, there’s a interview with the author, an excerpt from the novel, and now, a cutting from the starred review the novel just received from Publishers Weekly:

McCammon’s rousing sixth yarn featuring Matthew Corbett (after 2014’s The River of Souls) transports the early 18th-century American problem solver across the Atlantic to London, where he’s clapped into hellish Newgate Prison on murder charges. Matthew quickly becomes embroiled in mysteries involving fellow inmate Daniel Defoe; a gin-running street gang, the Black-Eyed Broodies; a kidnapped Italian opera singer; and a masked avenger named Albion, whose exploits are sensationalized (along with Matthew’s) in a penny dreadful broadsheet, the Pin…

The full review can be read on the Publishers Weekly website.

Freedom of the Mask will also be available in ebook formats in the U.S.

Audible will release an audiobook edition—again narrated by Edoardo Ballerini—in May, too.

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Mar 212016
 

German publisher Luzifer has acquired the rights to publish a German translation of Speaks the Nightbird, the first book in Robert McCammon’s Matthew Corbett series. I’ll post more details as I get them.

Translations of Speaks the Nightbird have been previously published in Japan, Russia, Korea, and France.

German readers can also look forward to the two-volume German translation of The Wolf’s Hour that will be published this summer.

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Robert McCammon’s LAST TRAIN FROM PERDITION Open Preordering Starts

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Mar 212016
 

From Subterranean Press:

The exclusive preorder period for Robert McCammon’s Last Train from Perdition has ended, meaning anyone may order a copy of the limited or lettered edition. (And of course, you may pick up the trade hardcover if that’s more your speed.)

About the Book:

In I Travel by Night, master of horror Robert McCammon introduced the tortured and instantly unforgettable vampire adventurer Trevor Lawson—All Matters Handled—as he searched for his maker, LaRouge, in hope of becoming human once more. It wove a tale about the terrors of the Dark Society, featuring the gothic sensibilities of old New Orleans, and the unforgiving violence of the untamed frontier of 1886. Now McCammon returns to Lawson’s gripping journey and sends him West, in the chilling sequel novella Last Train from Perdition.

Ever on the hunt for LaRouge, Lawson still travels by night, but no longer alone. Crack-shot, whip-smart Ann has become his companion, on her own search for her vampire-taken father and sister. Lawson has been summoned from New Orleans and the Hotel Sanctuaire to Omaha by a wealthy man who needs his son retrieved from a band of outlaws. Lawson and Ann agree to take the case and travel to the town of Perdition where they find their prey—but things get complicated fast when a saloon shootout leaves an innocent girl badly injured.

On a night train from Perdition to Helena to find medical help, it soon becomes clear that Lawson and Ann’s enemies may also be looking to prey upon them. As they struggle against those forces of darkness with a trainload of their most unlikely allies yet, Lawson also wages battle with the darkness LaRouge left within him. This latest installment in Trevor Lawson’s battle for redemption finds bestselling McCammon at his thrilling best.

Lettered: 26 signed leatherbound copies, housed in a custom traycase: $250
Limited: 474 signed numbered copies, housed in a custom slipcase: $75
Trade: Fully cloth bound hardcover edition: $35

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