MORE UPDATES! - Even If you missed seeing Whitley on his tour, you can STILL get a signed copy of his new book 2012 The War for Souls, which will be filmed for Warner Brothers by the producers who made "Transformers." Keep reading to find out WHERE.
In New York City, there are signed copies available at Barnes & Noble on Fifth Ave. and 18th Street and at East West Books at 78 Fifth Avenue.
In Santa Monica, California, you can purchase signed copies at Border's Books and Barnes & Noble. Both of these stores are on the Third Street Promenade. You can also purchase signed copies at the Barnes & Noble in the West Side Pavilion shopping center in Los Angeles. In Brentwood, there are signed copies available at Dutton's.
In Oakland, CA there are signed copies at the Barnes & Nobles in the Jack London mall.
In San Francisco, you can get a signed copy at Borderlands Books at 866 Valencia Street. (Also be sure to say hi to Riley the hairless cat!)
In Denver, there are signed copies at the Barnes & Noble stores at 8555 E. Arapahoe Rd. in Greenwood Village, 8374 S. Willow St. in Lone Tree and the store on the 16th Street Mall. There are also signed copies at the 3 Tattered Cover stores.
There are signed copies of Whitley's OTHER books at some of these stores as well, so if you want one, be sure to ask.
You can now listen to Whitley reading the prologue to the book. Click on "Listen Now" on our masthead and scroll down to the 5th item in Windows Media Player.
The bookstore industry publication "Publisher's Weekly" gave the book a glowing review. They wrote, "Strieber's epic sequel to 2006's The Grays blends equal parts science fiction thriller, supernatural horror and provocative spiritual speculation. As struggling author Wylie Dale works on his latest novel, which revolves around an upcoming date when the earth 'crosses both the galactic equator and the solar ecliptic'?a time that the Maya predicted would mark the cataclysmic end of this age?he begins to uncover evidence that what he's writing about is actually happening on a parallel earth. If nothing is done, on December 21, 2012, gateways will open into this world and reptilian invaders will not only enslave humanity but feast on their succulent souls as well. While Strieber's exploration into the existence and import of the soul isn't exactly profound, it is wildly entertaining. Fans of apocalyptic page-turners like King's The Stand and Niven and Pournelle's Lucifer's Hammer will enjoy this ambitious?and audacious?tale as it invokes everything from rectal probes and Ann Coulter to the destruction of the Great Pyramid of Giza."
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