16 comments on “Exodus: Empires at War: Book 2 is coming Tomorrow.

  1. Just read the first book and loved it. Trying to find the second and haven’t seen it on Amazon yet. Hoping to see it in the Kindle marketplace so I can read it over the holiday break.

  2. Thanks. Already left a review and now enjoying your latest! Looking forward to the third do you have any idea when you’ll publish it?

  3. I noticed that the book is now appearing on my page, so I guess it takes five days or so to filter through their computer. I am putting out a sequel to The Deep Dark Well in January (already written), and a Fantasy called Aura at the end of this month (also already written). Then it will be the sequels to Exodus and my fantasy series Refuge. I guess it would be smart to do Exodus first, since it seems to be doing the best, but I also love the Refuge series, which has been in development for more than a decade. But I am sure that the next episode of Exodus will be out by Summer if not before.

  4. Hello, I have purchased Exodus I and Exodus II and I really enjoyed both books. I would like to know if you are working on the third book of the series and if so when do you think it will be released? You also might want to sign up for my newsletter at MailChimp which will have information about releases. And I also have other books out on Amazon.

    • Thank you. Book 3 should be out by Spring and 4 by the Fall. I am also going to try and do a spinoff book for Summer that covers the invetigation of the killings of the prime minister and others and do it in first person.

  5. I am blown away by the exodus series i finished both books in 4 days i couldn’t stop reading amazing work i cant wait for the third. Thank you for this

    • Thank you so very much. Comments like yours really make it all worth while. Have plotted out the third and fourth books, as well as a spin off that will explain a lot, and hope to have them out this year.

  6. I would just like to say that I really enjoyed reading both books 1 and 2 of the empire at war series. Doug has created a wonderful universe and has laid the foundations of a thrilling space race with powerful enemies, strong alliances, honking guns and a little bit of politics thrown in for good measure. Thank you for the journey and I can’t wait for the third installment

  7. Hi. I just started reading your first book, and I gotta say I’m hooked already. I’m excited for where it is going to go. I will follow the series in whatever way you write it, but I’ll make one suggestion from the perspective of a reader: consider instead of 12-15 novels, making your novels larger but cutting the number to 6-8. Readers can easily get fatigued with a story when there are so many books. And each time authors start another book, they always seem to feel obligated to make the first couple of chapters re-hash past events. It gets really old as a reader to read what the main character has done in the past so many times. With larger books you can add modest increases to the price and as a reader we won’t fault you, but you’ll carry a larger audience to the end.

    • Thanks Gary. Actually the books will be getting bigger, I am planning about 150,000 words for book 3. And not all the books will be in the main storyline. Titles I have already thought about include The Chase of a Thousand Years (fleeing from the Ca’cadasans), Capitulum, The Other Universe, A Day in the Life, Bolthole and Supernova (all these are just working titles). I am also thinking of books about the mission to the Magellanic Clouds. Probably about eight books in the main storyline, just have to see how it goes. And there will be very little rehashing done, maybe just a few things dropped in conversation. Thanks for following the series, and you might be interested in the Refuge Series as well.

      • I read an excerpt and it looked good. In addition to space opera I read alot of Forgotten Realms books (like over 50), so i’m interested in seeing how taking modern warfare and pitting it against elves and orcs will work. I see potential for either spectacular success or spectacular failure if it isn’t done right. Hopefully, Refuge will be a spectacular success. I’ll pick it up when I’ve finished Exodus 1 and 2.

  8. #2 no longer available on amazon for sale… particularly looking at the kindle edition. any reason for this.. really enjoyed the first book

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