Revisiting the order of the Immortal books

I thought this would be a good time to do a quick review of the Immortal books, seeing as how a new one will be coming out shortly.

But first: when I say ‘shortly’ I mean ‘a week earlier than I said it was going to.’ Hang on, let me switch to bold text.

Immortal From Hell will be released on 11/27/18.

That’s a week earlier than the 12/4 date I set it up for originally. If you have already pre-ordered the ebook, it will be delivered to your device on 11/27, so buckle up. If you have not done so, here’s the best place to find all the links.

Now, let’s talk about the Immortal books a little. I was thinking I had a master post on the proper order to read these, but while it turns out that this is true, it happens to be four years old. So here’s a quick and dirty list.

The books that should be read in a particular order

This has gotten complicated since 2014, which is entirely my fault. I wrote a novella in here, and that novella actually fits into the same ‘now’ as the novels. That’s is a long way of saying you should probably read Eve before reading Immortal From Hell. It isn’t mandatory, but it’s a good idea.

1: Immortal

2: Hellenic Immortal

3: Immortal at the Edge of the World

4: Immortal Stories: Eve

5: Immortal and the Island of Impossible Things

6: Immortal From Hell

The books that can be read in any order

These are the novellas comprising the series The Immortal Chronicles. They are in an order, but you don’t have to read them in that order.

Immortal at Sea

Hard-Boiled Immortal

Immortal and the Madman

Yuletide Immortal

Regency Immortal

These five volumes can also be purchased in the single collection: The Immortal Chronicles, V 1-5.

Finally, there is a regular drumbeat of media news regarding The Spaceship Next Door, enough that I’d bore everyone if I wrote a new blog for each announcement. What I do instead is update the News & Events section of this website. You should swing by there now and again to see what’s going on.

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