Things are kind of quiet at the moment. Mr. McCammon is hard at work on his next novel. The limited edition of Bethany’s Sin is scheduled for release by Subterranean Press in November. You can pre-order it here. That same month, Subterranean will be releasing their trade hardcover edition of The Hunter from the Woods. You can pre-order it here. If you haven’t picked it up yet, the latest Matthew Corbett book, The Providence Rider, is out now in trade hardcover, ebook, and audiobook formats. The links on the right side of the page can be used to order whichever edition you want. Also, don’t forget that Shadow Show: All-New Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury is out now, and it includes a brand new story by Robert McCammon called “Children of the Bedtime Machine.”
There have been a few reviews posted around the ‘net lately:
- The Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville posted this review of The Providence Rider.
- Blogger Katyy Takes on Books posted a fantastic review of Speaks the Nightbird that serves as a great introductory piece for the book.
- The Lit Asylum posted this brief overview of the Matthew Corbett books.
- Blogger Bryant Burnette posted an in-depth review of Baal on his blog, The Truth Inside the Lie.
- Bryant also posted an in-depth review of Bethany’s Sin.
- French blog Les Victimes de Louve also posted a review of Bethany’s Sin (English translation here).
- Blogger Vintage45 posted this great review of MINE.
- Elitist Book Reviews posted their review of Swan Song.
- Parlez Moi Blog posted a wonderful review of Boy’s Life, written by a reader new to McCammon’s work.