Extinction Point: Revelations is complete

21 Jul

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Yay! It’s done.

Nine months and approximately ninety-three-thousand words later (and many, many sleepless nights), and the third book in the Extinction Point series, Revelations, is now complete.

Right now, it’s sitting in my editor’s email Inbox waiting for him to work his magic on it. I have to admit, I am very excited (and also incredibly nervous) about this book.

Estimated publication date is early January.

15 replies
  1. Richard Corbin says:

    Thank you I will hold off with my Extinction therapy. Just knowing that soon I will have my next hit of Extinction Series has calmed me. As I read the first book and the part that tells of the demise of All of Europe I remember thinking about the crew of the International Space Station wondering if they realized they would not be able to return to Earth, they would suffocate while knowing they had watched the extinction of mankind. Behold, you thought of that too. You cover the bases. You make it so real. Keep on feeding my Extinction habit. Hit me!

  2. Paul Jones says:

    Paul whistles nonchalantly as he leaves a single clue … Soyuz TMA

  3. DonaNicole says:

    Can’t wait to read it! Do you know when it will be ready for us readers?

  4. Shannon says:

    I’m so excited for the next book! I stumbled upon the Extinction series while looking for something to read while I workout. I’ve been going to the gym everyday just so I can read more since that was my rule only reading when working out. I’m reading Towards Yesterday right now but I can’t wait for more Extinction!!

    • Paul Jones says:

      Hey Shannon!

      Glad you are enjoying the books. I’d love to hear what you think of Toward yesterday when you’re done.
      Speaking of the gym; most of Exodus was thought up while I was on the running machine at mine (which I MUST get back to).

  5. Linda Boden says:

    Have just literally finished book 2 and wow have been gripped by both books from the first page have not been able to put either down even when I have been scared witless in the early hrs by noises outside our house. Stumbled on book 1 via amazon looking for sonething different from my usual reads and was so happy when I realised there was a book 2 to start straight away the down side is now having to wait for book 3 but yea not long to go fingers crossed. Thanks for making my heart beat faster than usual and end up in my mouth a few times with fear of what will hapown next. the addiction is complete. Lol.

  6. Paul Hatton says:

    I’ve been looking for an author like you for months! Because of you, I haven’t gotten any work done the past four days.

    Thank you for what you’re doing, and keep pumping out that great, real work!

    Also, thanks for triggering a “night goblin” (hallucination after waking) for me too! They’ve waned the past few years, but your imagery is fantastic and I think it did the trick.

    Looking forward to giving you more money -


  7. Fred Testerman says:

    I can’t wait! I think you may be the only author I’ve read to have me hooked on two series at the same time. Keep up the excellent story telling, please!

  8. Ian Rankine says:

    I have very much enjoyed reading your books. I just read exodus in one day. As I read book one earlier in the month I couldn’t help but be reminded of the New Jedi Order series and the rise and fall of the Yuuzhan Vong.
    It is fascinating to envisage such an overlap between our own universe and the Satr Wars EU.
    Was that series an influence on your own series?

    • Paul Jones says:

      What’s a Jedi?… I kid! I Kid! :)

      I haven’t read that series. In fact, I haven’t seen the Star Wars movies in many, many moons. I’ll have to pick them up and spend a day with them.
      Actually, Emily’s story is very (very) loosely based around Wells’ War of the Worlds scenario (and Jeff Wayne’s musical version of the book). Any fans of the book or the record might pick out the occasional line or ‘flavor’ within a paragraph or scene that pays homage to that amazing book and the fantastic soundtrack. For anyone who hasn’t heard Jeff Wayne’s musical version of War of the Worlds you should do a quick Google and have a listen (To the original 1970′s version, not the abomination they put out last year). I would love to hear what you ladies and gents think of it.

  9. Amanda says:

    Exodus had me white knuckling the edges of my Kindle while my heart hammered in my chest! Haven’t had a book do that to me in a long time. Although Extinction Point series was not at all what I was expecting by the end of book one I was hooked. Well done Mr. Jones! I will be recommending to all of my friends and family as a fabulous, fast paced read. I simply can’t wait for the third installment.

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