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Publication Order of Alien Books

Alien (1979)Description / Buy at Amazon
Alien StarSwarm (1991)Description / Buy at Amazon
Aliens: Colonial Marines Technical Manual (1995)Description / Buy at Amazon
Aliens: The Set Photography (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
Aliens: Bug Hunt (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Alien: Covenant (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Alien: Covenant Origins - The Official Prequel to the Blockbuster Film (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Cold Forge (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Echo (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Making of Alien (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Isolation (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Prototype (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Phalanx (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Into Charybdis (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Infiltrator (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Alien: Colony War (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Alien - Inferno's Fall (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Vasquez (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Alien: Enemy of My Enemy (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Aliens: Bishop (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Alien: Seventh Circle (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Aliens (Bantam) Books

Robert Sheckley was a published author born July 16, 1928, and passed away December 9, 2005. The American author first rose to attention in the fifties in sci-fi magazines. In 2001, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America named him an Author Emeritus.

He was born in New York City and his family moved to New Jersey in 1931. He discovered science fiction in high school and made his way to California the year that he graduated. He worked in a variety of jobs before signing up with the Army in 1946 and being sent to Korea, leaving in 1948.

He would graduate in 1951 from NYU with an arts degree. He would marry a woman named Barbara, and they had a son together named Jason. He worked various jobs but sold his first story to a magazine in 1951, which helped him rise up as a writer. Soon more of his stories were published in different magazines and he had his first books come out in the fifties. He would get divorced in 1956.

Sheckley then married Ziva Kwitney, a journalist, living in Greenwich Village and sharing a daughter who would go on to be a writer (Alisa Kwitney). He was also selling more of his stories to magazines like Playboy and began penning suspense fiction in the sixties, putting out more books and short stories. His book The 10th Victim was made into a movie which came out in 1965.

He got divorced in 1972 and married a woman called Abby Schulman the same year. They went on to have two children but while in London decided to separate. He came back to the U.S. in 1980, working as a fiction editor on a magazine. A year later he left and had married Jay Rothbell, another writer, and they traveled Europe for some time before ending their relationship in Oregon. He then married a woman named Gail Dana in 1990, who hailed from Portland. He kept on publishing his stories and worked with other writers.

The author fell sick while in Ukraine in 2005 but slowly got better. He went back to New York to be closer to his daughters and underwent surgery in November 2005 for an aneurysm. In December, he passed away in a hospital in 2005. He also wrote several television episodes, a novelization of others’ works, and collaborated with other authors. His book Immortality, Inc., was adapted into the movie Freejack as well as part of the series Out of the Unknown but has since been lost. His works have been adapted into USSR television series This Fantasic World, his story “The Prize of Peril” into a German television movie, “The Game of X” became Condorman, a 1981 movie from Disney, “Watchbird” was adapted for Masters of Science Fiction, and more of his works have been adapted into movies and radio shows.

Jonathan Maberry is a published American author, playwright, anthology editor, writing teacher, and content creator.

He was born May 18, 1958, in Kensington, Philadelphia. He attended Temple University. He started learning martial arts as a young age because of living in a tough neighborhood. Some of his work has revolved around martial arts. He went on to write more books that were concerning the paranormal and the occult, often using the pseudonym of Shane MacDougall.

His book The Cryptopedia won for best nonfiction and earned him a Bram Stoker Award. He would also get the Bram Stoker Award for Ghost Road Blues for best first novel. He also works as a comic book writer for a variety of publishers, including Marvel and Dark Horse. He also worked on the Black Panther series for Marvel and wrote many more comic books, including the Bad Blood miniseries which also won a Bram Stoker Award.

He also novelized works such as The Wolfman movie, which won him the Scribe Award. He started writing more zombie books, such as Rot & Ruin which won a Bram Stoker Award for best novel. He is known for the Joe Ledger series, about a detective that joins a special ops unit. He has also published the standalone books Glimpse and Ink. He also edits anthologies and wrote a book for the X-Files Origins series. He collaborated on a fiction work with Indigo. His work was turned into a television pilot called Department Zero in 2010. Netflix also green-lit an adaptation of his V-WARS book sand comics in 2018, which would become V-Wars, and it premiered in 2019. He belongs to a variety of writing groups and has a black belt in Jujutsu.

Heather Graham is a best-selling author who also uses the pen name of Shannon Drake. She attended the University of South Florida, where she majored in theater arts. She put that to use acting in dinner theater and bartending to make ends meet. Once her third child was born, she decided to stay home and start writing.

Since that time, she has penned an incredible amount of novellas and novels, over two hundred in genres from historical romance to suspense, science fiction young adult, occult, Christmas family stories, time travel, and vampire fiction. Heather has been published in many languages and has over seventy million of her novels in print.

She has received several awards for her writing, including the Silver Bullet and the Thriller Master Award, as well as the Lifetime Achievement Award. Her books have been picked for different clubs and she has been featured or interviewed in many types of media and made television appearances. She enjoys traveling and scuba diving or anything with water, as well as ballroom dancing. She hosts charitable benefits and is married with five children. She loves her family and is grateful each day for the gift of her career.

Alan Dean Foster is a published author born in 1946 in New York City. He went to UCLA, graduating with a Bachelor’s in political science and a Master’s in cinema. He worked as a copywriter for two years in advertising. He sold a short story in 1968 and sold more, then attempted a novel that was published in 1972.

His short fiction has been published in huge mainstream science fiction magazines and anthologies. He has written in a variety of genres, including science fiction, contemporary fiction, detective, horror, fantasy, western, and more. He also produced novelizations of movies, including Transformers, the three Alien movies, Star Trek, and more. He has also written a variety of scripts for computer games, records, radio, and more. Shadowkeep was the first book to adapt a computer game. His books have been translated into many languages and won awards abroad.

He loves to travel and visit lands far away. He is married to his wife JoAnn and she often travels with him. He has traveled to French Polynesia, Europe, Asia, the Pacific, Tanzania, Kenya, Peru, Australia, New Mexico, Namibia, Brazil, Papua New Guinea and West Papua, and more. His footage of great whites has also aired on television in America and England. He enjoys all types of music as well as hiking, scuba diving, and body surfing, as well as powerlifting. He also studied karate and has taught acting. He lives in Prescott with his family and several pets and outdoor animals.

Alien: Starswarm is the first book in the Alien series written by various authors, in this case Robert Sheckley. If you love sci-fi, give this book a shot!

Salvatore sees over Endymion as commander of the battleship. He’s fought in a lot of battles on his own and had great courage. So when Princess Hatari asks him to help her, he doesn’t waste a moment coming to her aid.

The princess wants her throne back. However, it might be more than he’s able to accomplish. There’s a dangerous place taking over planet Melchior called the Balderdash. With his men turning against him, can he help the royal lady get her throne? Or is it a lost cause? Read this book to find out!

Alien: Coldforge is the second book in the Alien series, written by Alex White. Continue the Alien series with this novel!

Weyland-Yutani is working on getting over Hadley’s Hope’s failure and wants to weaponize the Xenomorphs. Now that Hadley’s Hope has failed, he’s lost the Aliens, a huge defeat.

But the company rose to the top for a reason, and they already have plans in place. A remote station suddenly becomes the best chance when it comes to weaponizing the Xenomorph. However, with a spy in their midst that may not care about what the company wants, they’re going to have to be careful. If this person is found out they may destroy the station and kill everyone with it. Or the Xenomorphs might. Can they survive the station and accomplish their goals? Read this book to find out!

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