Oct 182011

Open Road Integrated Media has released nine of Robert McCammon’s novels in ebook format!  The books are available now from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, Sony, Kobo, and other sites.  On their Robert McCammon page, you can find links to purchase the ebooks, as well as a video profile of Robert McCammon, which can also be seen below.

The Robert McCammon page at Open Road Media

It was originally announced that all of Robert McCammon’s pre-Speaks the Nightbird backlist would be published in ebook format today, but there was a rights mixup, and the first four books are not yet available.  Those books (Baal, Bethany’s Sin, The Night Boat, and They Thirst) will be released as ebooks in the coming months by Subterranean Press, which will also be publishing signed limited editions of each novel.  The first limited edition and ebook, Baal, will be published in November 2011 and can be ordered from Subterranean Press.

In addition to the ebook releases, Simon & Schuster has re-released their abridged audiobooks of Boy’s Life and Gone South. Both are available from Audible, Ambling Books, and other sites. Again, please note that these releases are the 3-hour abridged audiobooks originally released in 1991 and 1992.


  4 Responses to “The ebooks are here!”

  1. Great interview! I downloaded the abridged version of Boy’s Life to get a feel for the book, looking forward to getting the full version one of these days. If there’s a story meant to be told speaking, it’s Boy’s Life.

  2. I can’t imagine how you could cram Boy’s Life into 3 hours… the point is the meandering, episodic retelling of a whole year’s worth of adventures. Boiling it down to just the mystery plot (which I assume is how the audiobook did it) is actually kind of ironic considering the fate of the novelist-within-the-novel.

    • That’s exactly what Pocket did. They stripped it down to just the mystery. The irony was completely lost on them….


  3. I am so glad “Boy’s Life” is now available on my Kindle. I read the paperback as a teenager and totally loved it. 13 years later, I want to experience it again on my Kindle as an adult. I can’t wait!

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.