The official novelization the movie THE PREDATOR. Movie is scheduled to hit theatres August 3, 2018, and the novelization will release immediately thereafter on August 7.
Author is Christopher Golden, whose novel Alien: River of Pain was a direct prequel to the movie Aliens, and helped launch the Titan Alien fiction program.
Golden will work closely with James A. Moore, who is writing the official prequel novel for THE PREDATOR. Thus, the two novels will synchronize perfectly.
Directed by Shane Black (Lethal Weapon, Iron Man 3), the movie features a screenplay by Black and Fred Dekker. It stars Yvonne Strahovski, Boyd Holbrook, Olivia Munn, Edward James Olmos, Jake Busey, and more.
“Alien: River of Pain bridges the gap between Alien and Aliens…The book’s pacing mirrors that of the movies, which tend towards slow opening halves and then run with break neck speed towards the end. I read the last 130 pages of the book in one night.”—Therefore I Geek
“[Snowblind] will bring a blizzard to your bones (and your heart) even in the middle of July. Throw away all those old ’it was a dark and stormy night’ novels; this one is the real deal.”—Stephen King
“Araat has that horror-adventure vibe that’s like candy to me. Delicious Terror Candy! Golden seizes your heart in his hands with a tale as terrifying as it is thrilling!”—New York Times bestselling author Chuck Wendig
“A clever, original, and macabre re-imagining of one the world’s oldest stories, Ararat is as relentless as it is addictive.”—Paul Tremblay, author of A Head Full of Ghosts and Disappearance at Devil’s Rock
“Christopher Golden has written an extremely gripping story, with echoes of John Carpenter’s The Thing. [Ararat is] a creepy, chilling book.”—Scott Smith, New York Times bestselling author of The Ruins and A Simple Plan
“Horror fiction is starting to make a comeback. If that’s true, writers like Christopher Golden are a big part of the reason.”—George R. R. Martin
“Golden’s chilling tale will have you shivering the next time you glance at your reflection. Is it really always you looking back?”—Washington Post on Dead Ringers
“Deeply disturbing and studded with ghastly imagery, this beautifully written narrative will inspire shudders with every turn of the page.”—Publisher’s Weekly on Dead Ringers
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