It isn’t live quite yet—that happens at the end of March—but if you want to make sure you don’t miss the release, you can preorder the audiobook for WHAT LIES BEYOND: The Cycle of Galand #6 right here.

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16 Responses to WHAT LIES BEYOND: The Cycle of Galand #6 is on Its Way to Audiobook

  • John says:

    Awesome ! Listening to these books have helped me get through my work days for a while now 😉 I hope this isn’t the last of my 2 favorite characters though 😬. Thanks for your imagination !!!

  • Tate says:

    I am not trying to rush perfection but any news on the second Cycle of the Scour book?

    • Ed Robertson says:

      I’m almost done with the first draft, so the manuscript should be done in another month or so. But it might take a bit after that to go live, one of my artists is right about to have a kid, if she hasn’t already.

      Audio will be several months after the ebook/print versions.

  • John says:

    Are we ever going to hear more about Jack Hand and his army of rats?

    Personally I’d like to learn more about Traces and if the Mill (the sea one) is related to the Sharden on the plagued island.

  • Brandon says:

    Man thank you so much! I am love this story. I don’t think that I’ve been so connected/invested with characters since the Wheel of Time. I’m getting mobilized with my Army unit to go help out with covid-19 and we have an initial quarantine period to make sure we’re all good to work. This book has made this quarantine pretty enjoyable. Thanks again for a satisfying ending and some awesome foreshadowing at the end. That white stone is going to be trouble isn’t it? 😉


    • Ed Robertson says:

      Well, it’ll either turn out to be nothing, or a key part of the future. Always hard to tell when you’re in the thick of things.

      Thank you for everything you’re doing to help us right now. I’m happy to hear my work is helping in some small way.

  • Aaron says:

    Just finished it. Loved it! Can’t wait until the next one.

    • Ed Robertson says:

      Great to hear. I know #5 didn’t have as much resolution as normal, but I was hoping to make that pay off in #6, and set up the conclusion coming in the last 1-2 books.

  • Brant says:

    Just finished the Audiobook!! This was a FUN RIDE!!!!! Never a dull moment in this one. Worth the wait… and now… have to wait for next :(

    Audio recording was back on track with this book. Most Awesome!

  • Henry says:

    What an incredible story!

    I read this off kindle when it originally came out and purchased it on audible. Tim Gerard Reynolds embodies the characters so well. You can tell her really puts his soul into these books. Easily on par if not better than his red rising readings. LOVE EVERY SECOND! keep them coming.

  • Tristan Macaulay says:

    I read this book when it was first published, and I found myself trying to imagine how Tim Gerard Reynolds would voice what was happening. I just finished the Audiobook, and it truly surpassed my expectations. This has to be one of the most compelling novels in the series thus far. I absolutely loved every second of it, and i cannot wait for the next installment.

  • Joey says:

    Hey there! Loving the audiobook but I’m wondering if there is a map you could post online? There is a ton of traveling and it’s difficult for me to keep track of where they’re at.

    Thanks and keep up the great work!

  • Rob Falla says:

    I’ve just finished both cycles for the second time… I wanted to really get my mind back into the wonderful world you have created. A couple of things really stood out this time. Was there a reason Dante didn’t use the stream in the realm? And… was Nev an avatar of Carvahal? Her disappearance was a shock, happened in such an unpredictable way, and felt somehow wrong.

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