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Battlestar Galactica: Armageddon
Battlestar Galactica: Warhawk
Battlestar Galactica: Armageddon

"Battlestar Galactica: Armageddon"
By Richard Hatch and Christopher Golden

It's Back!
"Armageddon," the prequel to Richard's newest Battlestar Galactica novel, "Warhawk," is now available in hardcover and paperback! Cover by Luis Royo. (Note: We are out of stock on autographed copies.)

The Epic Odyssey Continues! Featuring the original characters from the original series! The battlestar Galactica and her Colonial rag tag fleet continue their flight from Cylon tyranny in a search for the lost Thirteenth Tribe -- and planet Earth. With Commander Adama dying, a power struggle ensues, drawing an old foe into the fold. And with Starbuck missing -- and the Cylons reappearing -- the Colonials' troubles are growing worse by the centon.

Note: "Armageddon" was the framework (in part) for Richard's Battlestar Galactica: The Second Coming.


(Currently out of stock- sorry!)



"Battlestar Galactica: Warhawk"
By Richard Hatch and Christopher Golden

(Currently out of stock- sorry!)


"Battlestar Galactica: Resurrection"
By Richard Hatch and Stan Timmons

The battlestar Galactica and the colonial fleet are in serious trouble. Their last encounter with the Cylons and the fierce alien race called the Chitain have left them crippled and exhausted and depleted of food and fuel. And they are still in Cylon space.

But Commander Apollo's next confrontation is with one of his own, as grizzled war veteran Commander Cain challenges him for leadership. Apollo wants to take the remnants of the fleet to a planet indicated on the mysterious holocube that was discovered on an abandoned Cylon outpost--a holocube that purportedly shows the path of expansion and exploration through the galaxy by the
vanished Thirteenth Tribe. Cain prefers to make his stand right here, but is overruled by the late Commander Adama's son.

Apollo may win this fight, but he may not win the battle. For the next planet indicated on the holocube is also known to the Cylons, and they are waiting for the Galacticans in full force. It's only through the intervention of their newly installed quantum-shift technology that the fleet manages to escape the trap, as they are warped halfway across the galaxy to find themselves once again at their starting point: the planet Kobol--the birthplace of the Kobollian race that was destroyed by the Cylons twenty yahren ago.

Why have they been brought back to Kobol, and who is responsible for it? Have the Lords of Light granted them a new beginning? Or is this another plot by the Lord of Evil, Count Iblis, to finally exact his revenge against Adama's family and the entire Galactican fleet?


Battlestar Galactica: Rebellion
Battlestar Galactica: Warhawk
Battlestar Galactica: Warhawk

"Battlestar Galactica: Rebellion"
By Richard Hatch and Alan Rodgers

The remnants of the ragtag fleet and the battle-scarred Galactica have escaped the clutches of the Cylons and warped into an unknown quadrant of the galaxy. It is a pocket of null-space in which their stardrives will not work. To make matters worse, the recent conflicts have left many wounded and medical supplies are critically low . . . as are the fleet's food resources and fuel supplies.

While scouts venture forth in search of a habitable planet, the civilian population of the fleet rebels. Fights over the dwindling supplies break out among civilian factions, and the military is called upon to restore order, which only serves to heighten the tensions. And, once again, accusing fingers are pointed squarely at the man whose responsibility it is to assure the safety and well-being of all: Apollo. Even members of the Galactica's bridge crew turn against him.

Adding to the growing tensions is the fact that Troy and Dalton, Trays and Boomer-the planetary search parties- are missing. But the real stunner is the revelation that Casseopia is pregnant, and that she has acknowledged Apollo as the father!

Apollo and Athena are relieved of their commands and thrown into the brig. Civilians take over and chaos reigns- just in time for the Cylons to arrive. And soon after the Cylons, the even more deadly, alien Chitain show up. Apollo must somehow regain command of the fleet, organize a fight against the Cylons and Chitain, find a way to resupply the fleet and devise an escape route from the pocket
of null-space in which they are stuck, before it implodes and destroys everything and everyone caught in it.



"Battlestar Galactica: Paradis"
By Richard Hatch and Brad Linaweaver

Have the Galacticans truly found their 'paradise' among the stars? Apollo thinks so, as they journey to a mysterious planet called Gemon, located through spatial coordinates vividly imprinted in Apollo's mind. Will the fleet stay and make this inviting, verdant planet their final home?

It looks that way, until the traitor Baltar begins having nightmares about a new race of Cylons, more evil and deadlier than ever before a Cylon race with superior technology, warships and weaponry.



"Battlestar Galactica: Destiny "
By Richard Hatch and Brad Linaweaver

Desperate to leave a planetary system before its sun collapses, the ragtag fleet of Galacticans discovers that only two-thirds of the fleet's population can be carried to their next destination. The remainder are doomed to be incinerated when the sun blows off its outer layers and decimates all life in the solar system. Those to remain behind are chosen by lottery: Starbuck is one of them.



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