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Is there a release date yet for Into the Light?

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Re: Out of the Dark-Ending
Post by DrakBibliophile   » Wed Jan 01, 2020 8:35 pm

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His first appearance was a big one.

I mean what kind of man is able to get into whispering distance of an on-alert Marine? :lol:

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CGAux26 wrote:Just finished Out of the Dark. Great story. But like too many novels, Weber gets to the last 100 pages or so and seems to lose interest. He pulls out a miracle save of Earth with long- dead vampires coming to the rescue! Not a word of foreshadowing. Totally unbelievable.


Not a word of foreshadowing? Really? -checks you for a fever- Did Weber kick your dog or something? I will be polite, that is just a bad take, for two reasons. 1) It was SUPPOSED to be an out of left field, or "out of the dark" twist. 2) That said, there was a TON of foreshadowing. In fact, many people on here complained to DW that he made it a little too obvious what was coming. Hell, when Vlad was described to us, long before he even gave his assumed name, I was like... oh, he wouldn't, but he did.
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Re: Is there a release date yet for Into the Light?
Post by iranuke   » Sun Jan 05, 2020 9:14 pm

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All of the above is interesting, but DO we have a release date for the printed word? I can't find one on Amazon.
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Re: Is there a release date yet for Into the Light?
Post by Eagleeye   » Thu Jan 09, 2020 4:01 am

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iranuke wrote:All of the above is interesting, but DO we have a release date for the printed word? I can't find one on Amazon.


Nothing beyond the date we got from the Bu9-tweet last july (you find the link to it in the 3rd post on the 1st page of this thread). So, January 2021 was it then, and January 2021 ist it now ...
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Re: Out of the Dark-Ending
Post by peke   » Thu Jan 23, 2020 5:43 pm

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DrakBibliophile wrote:His first appearance was a big one.

I mean what kind of man is able to get into whispering distance of an on-alert Marine? :lol:



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Re: Out of the Dark-Ending
Post by Isilith   » Fri Jan 24, 2020 4:22 pm

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peke wrote:
DrakBibliophile wrote:His first appearance was a big one.

I mean what kind of man is able to get into whispering distance of an on-alert Marine? :lol:



One that holds a beer in his right hand and another beer in the left.


Oh hell no, a marine would smell that coming from 5 klicks away.
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Re: Is there a release date yet for Into the Light?
Post by Peter2   » Thu Apr 23, 2020 8:12 am

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Release date is January 2021 accordiing to Fantastic Fiction.
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Re: Is there a release date yet for Into the Light?
Post by Joat42   » Fri May 08, 2020 8:01 am

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INTO THE LIGHT
Out of the Dark (Volume 2)
David Weber and Chris Kennedy
Tor Books
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Tor/Forge
On Sale: 01/12/2021
ISBN: 9780765331458
512 Pages

See https://us.macmillan.com/books/9780765331458

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