"Battlestar Galactica," recognized as one of the most provocative, and socially relevant series of the new millennium, earned its status as a classic American drama series after its very first, Peabody Award-winning season. Here, for the first time in one volume, are all three original "Battlestar Galactica" novels--based on the highly-lauded TV series that took the country by storm. In "The Cylons' Secret," by Craig Shaw Gardner, a ship, scavenging the outer settlements for valuable Cylon technologies after the first human-Cylon war, stumbles on a super-secret scientific outpost beyond charted space. Mere hours later, "Battlestar Galactica" receives a one-word distress call from the scavenging ship: "Cylons," causing the young Colonel William Adama to investigate. "Sagittarius Is Bleeding," by Peter David, concerns President Laura Roslin, whose prophetic dreams have infused her people with hope that they will find Earth, humanity's cradle. But her new dreams of a galaxy overrun by the Cylons disturb her even as they energize an extremist political group. The threat of violent revolt puts Roslin at personal risk and endangers the fleet. In "Unity" by Steven Harper, Peter Attis, a rock star adored by all the fleet, including Starbuck, has recently been rescued from a Cylon prison ship. But after his first post-return concert, crewmembers are stricken by a strange malady that threatens to lay the fleet open to Cylon attack.
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Author Biography - Craig Shaw Gardner
Peter David is the bestselling author of dozens of books, including the "New York Times" bestselling "Star Trek: The New Frontier" series, as well as "Sir Apropos of Nothing" and the Knight Life trilogy. He lives on Long Island.Craig Shaw Gardner is the author of more than 30 books and 50 short stories, including the novels "A Malady of Magicks," "Dragon Sleeping," and the "New York Times" bestselling novelization of Batman Returns. He lives in Arlington, Massachusetts with his wife and the two cats that run their lives.Steven Harper is a two-time Spectrum Award finalist who has published more than a dozen novels, as well as many short stories. He lives in Michigan.