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Reading Vic

Vic Milan has left us... but his words and his work live on, so long as he is being read.

Tor has asked me to announce that his new story, "EverNight," is now available to purchase in ebook on Amazon and other retailers. Here are the links:

https://www.amazon.com/Evernight-Tor-com-Original-Victor-Mil%C3%A1n-ebook/dp/B079Y7NC1N/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1519227187&sr=8-1&keywords=evernight+victor+milan

http://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250198167

For those looking for his recent books, the first three volumes of his DINOSAUR LORDS series are available via mailorder from the Jean Cocteau Cinema:

http://jeancocteaucinema.com/product-category/author/m-p/milan-victor/

All the dinosaur books are autographed.

Some of his fans have emailed to ask if there will be more dinosaur books coming. My understanding is that he had done an outline for three more volumes, and had written some portion of the first of those, but did not have a contract to continue the series. How much material he left behind, or whether he would have wanted someone else to finish the books, I cannot say. If I learn more, I'll be sure and let his readers know.

He does have one more Wild Cards story coming out in TEXAS HOLD 'EM, scheduled for release in hardcover in October. It features a new character, Dust, and Candace Sessou, the protagonist of "EverNight," and I know Vic was very pleased with it.
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