Alien: Isolation

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Titan Books, Jul 30, 2019 - Fiction - 336 pages

The action-packed official adaptation of Alien: Isolation and a revealing look into the lives of Ellen Ripley and her daughter, Amanda Ripley.


From birth, Amanda Ripley’s life is riddled with hardship. Her parents live on the edge of poverty, so her mother—Ellen Ripley—seeks off-world contracts that lead to a position aboard the commercial hauler Nostromo. Then when the deep-space vessel disappears, Amanda passes into adulthood focused on discovering one thing.


Amanda’s quest pulls her into the underbelly of society, where few can be trusted. On Luna she meets someone who seems the exception—Private Zula Hendricks of the Colonial Marines—but their relationship is short-lived. Just as Amanda appears to hit rock bottom... a lead appears.

To follow it, she must travel to the remote Sevastopol Station. There she hopes to find the answers she seeks. But the station is in ruins, and death stalks the corridors in the form of a deadly alien the likes of which she never could have imagined.

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About the author (2019)

Keith R. A. DeCandido's writing career has spanned twenty-five years. In addition to his original novels he’s produced licensed fiction that includes TV shows (Star Trek, Supernatural), games (Summoner's War, World of Warcraft), movies (Cars, Serenity), and comics (Spider-Man, Thor). In 2009 the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers gave him a Lifetime Achievement Award. Keith is a third-degree black belt in karate, and avidly follows the NY Yankees.

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