Out of the Darkness

Out of the Darkness by Peter David

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Centauri Prime declares war on the Interstellar Alliance in Book Three of the epic trilogy that continues Babylon 5’s brilliant legacy…

Blind to the fact that he is a pawn in the Drakh’s deadly strategy, Centauri prime minister Durla launches an overwhelming blitzkrieg, sending Centauri warships to devastate other races’ homeworlds and pave the way for total conquest. Yet Durla is forced to fight a war on two fronts. Even as he mobilizes the massive space fleet for its glorious attack, resistance leader Vir Cotto works feverishly to counter the Drakh’s evil influence on Centauri Prime.

Emperor Londo Mollari possesses the key that can reveal the presence of the Drakh, but to do so would spell disaster, so he is forced to remain silent. But when the Drakh bring another pawn into play—David Sheridan, son of Alliance president John Sheridan—the time for silence may be past. If Vir and the Resistance are to prevail, it will be only through action, and with help from very strange allies…

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Peter David (full name - Peter Allen David / Peter Allen David) was born on September 23, 1956. Lives in New York. David is an American author best known for his Star Trek books and comics. Peter often jokingly refers to himself as the "bullshit writer." Peter David is Jewish, which he jokingly refers to in his monthly But I Digress column in the Comics Buyer`s Guide. In the early 1980s, David worked in the commercial department of Marvel Comics. He once wrote the story "The Death of Jean DeWolff", which told about the death of a minor character from "Spider-Man" and about the reactions of other characters to it. The story was published in The Spectacular Spider-Man magazine, and Spider-Man fans and critics gave it pretty good reviews. David decided to quit his job in the commercial department and became a regular contributor to this magazine for a while. Soon, Peter David began writing for the losing popularity of The Incredible Hulk series and again revived interest in it among readers (many Hulk fans believe that the image of this hero was largely created by David). Peter has worked on several other notable comic book series, including Spider-Man (he invented the Spider-Man 2099 series), X-Factor (links the X-Men, X-Force, etc.

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P.). While working for another comic book giant, DC Comics, Peter David created the miniseries The Atlantis Chronicles, and also contributed to the comics Supergirl, Young Justice. David is currently working on the popular Fallen Angel comic series (first published by DC Comics and later by IDW Publishing), as well as continuing to invent the Hulk adventures, reviving the X-Factor series and launching a new series, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man "in Marvel Comics. His work in the comic book industry has earned Peter David numerous awards, including the Haxtur Award -1996 (Spain for Best Comic Book Screenplay), the Will Eisner Comic Industry Award -1993, and the UK Comic Art Award -1993. Best known for his novels from various series of the world "Star Trek". It was here that he achieved his greatest success - the novel "The Rift" (1991) was nominated for the "Prometheus Award" -1992, and the novel "Star Fleet Academy: Worf`s First Adventure" (1993) brought the author the "Golden Duck Award" -1994 (awarded for literature for children). Peter David has written novelizations of two episodes of Babylon 5 - In the Beginning (1997) and Thirdspace (1998), as well as three books about the world of the series - The Long Night of Centauri Prime: Legions of Fire, Book 1 "(1999), Armies of Light and Dark: Legions of Fire, Book 2" (2000) and "Out of the Darkness: Legions of Fire, Book 3" (2000). In addition, David wrote about Batman, was featured in the series of novelizations of the television series "Alien Nation" and "Dinotopia Digest", as well as in several series about the adventures of other comic book heroes. Peter David has published novelizations of several famous films - "The Return of Swamp Thing", "The Rocketeer", "Batman Forever", "Spider-Man" (2001) and "The Hulk" (2003). However, he also writes fiction not related to comics and cinema. Under the pseudonym David Peters, he released two series for children - "Psi-Man" and "Photon". In addition, Peter David has written two novels of the modern "Arturian" - "Knight Life" (1987; revised and expanded in 2003) and "One Knight Only" (2003). In the second, by the way, Arthur Penn becomes the President of the United States. And, of course, Peter David is the author of the cycle "Sir Out of Nowhere". Peter David`s short stories first appeared in various amateur magazines, and then began to appear in comic books, and several were published in Isaac Asimov`s Science Fiction Magazine and The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. David`s stories have been included in several anthologies. Official site http://www.peterdavid.net/ Taken from the site http://fantlab.ru/

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Peter David (full name - Peter Allen David / Peter Allen David) was born on September 23, 1956. Lives in New York. David is an American author best known for his Star Trek books and comics. Peter often jokingly refers to himself as the "bullshit writer." Peter David is Jewish, which he jokingly refers to in his monthly But I Digress column in the Comics Buyer`s Guide. In the early 1980s, David worked in the commercial department of Marvel Comics. He once wrote the story "The Death of Jean DeWolff", which told about the death of a minor character from "Spider-Man" and about the reactions of other characters to it. The story was published in The Spectacular Spider-Man magazine, and Spider-Man fans and critics gave it pretty good reviews. David decided to quit his job in the commercial department and became a regular contributor to this magazine for a while. Soon, Peter David began writing for the losing popularity of The Incredible Hulk series and again revived interest in it among readers (many Hulk fans believe that the image of this hero was largely created by David). Peter has worked on several other notable comic book series, including Spider-Man (he invented the Spider-Man 2099 series), X-Factor (links the X-Men, X-Force, etc. . P.). While working for another comic book giant, DC Comics, Peter David created the miniseries The Atlantis Chronicles, and also contributed to the comics Supergirl, Young Justice. David is currently working on the popular Fallen Angel comic series (first published by DC Comics and later by IDW Publishing), as well as continuing to invent the Hulk adventures, reviving the X-Factor series and launching a new series, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man "in Marvel Comics. His work in the comic book industry has earned Peter David numerous awards, including the Haxtur Award -1996 (Spain for Best Comic Book Screenplay), the Will Eisner Comic Industry Award -1993, and the UK Comic Art Award -1993. Best known for his novels from various series of the world "Star Trek". It was here that he achieved his greatest success - the novel "The Rift" (1991) was nominated for the "Prometheus Award" -1992, and the novel "Star Fleet Academy: Worf`s First Adventure" (1993) brought the author the "Golden Duck Award" -1994 (awarded for literature for children). Peter David has written novelizations of two episodes of Babylon 5 - In the Beginning (1997) and Thirdspace (1998), as well as three books about the world of the series - The Long Night of Centauri Prime: Legions of Fire, Book 1 "(1999), Armies of Light and Dark: Legions of Fire, Book 2" (2000) and "Out of the Darkness: Legions of Fire, Book 3" (2000). In addition, David wrote about Batman, was featured in the series of novelizations of the television series "Alien Nation" and "Dinotopia Digest", as well as in several series about the adventures of other comic book heroes. Peter David has published novelizations of several famous films - "The Return of Swamp Thing", "The Rocketeer", "Batman Forever", "Spider-Man" (2001) and "The Hulk" (2003). However, he also writes fiction not related to comics and cinema. Under the pseudonym David Peters, he released two series for children - "Psi-Man" and "Photon". In addition, Peter David has written two novels of the modern "Arturian" - "Knight Life" (1987; revised and expanded in 2003) and "One Knight Only" (2003). In the second, by the way, Arthur Penn becomes the President of the United States. And, of course, Peter David is the author of the cycle "Sir Out of Nowhere". Peter David`s short stories first appeared in various amateur magazines, and then began to appear in comic books, and several were published in Isaac Asimov`s Science Fiction Magazine and The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. David`s stories have been included in several anthologies. Official site http://www.peterdavid.net/ Taken from the site http://fantlab.ru/