Street Freaks will publish October 2, 2018.
It will be released in all of the various formats that readers have come to expect. Hardcover. Ebook. And an Audible audiobook narrated by the wonderful and fan-favorite Simon Vance. Readers can buy these now from booksellers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powells, or whatever bookstore you love to frequent. Place your pre-order now. It is the best way to ensure your copy!
For the hardcover release later this year, Grim Oak Press is making available signed copies of the science fiction futuristic thriller, perfect for those readers who enjoy signed books, who love better materials used, and who collect and showcase their Terry Brooks collections to the world. Grim Oak Press has a little something extra for everyone. There are three different signed formats that are being offered:
The $35 Trade Hardcover will be signed by only Terry Brooks. It will be the same hardcover that is offered by Amazon, B&N, Powells, etc. but it will be signed. The dust jacket will be a bit different though from the wide release. The jacket will be foiled, shiny, a nod to its science fiction roots. There will only be 1000 of these printed, making it unique. This is the best way to get a signed copy at an affordable price.
The $75 Limited Edition is a bit more unique. It will be limited to a max of 1000 copies and it will be double-signed by Terry Brooks and artist Marc Simonetti. Simonetti contributed cover art as well as eleven interior illustrations, making this edition a perfect book for those who collect. The book will have a ribbon and the book’s boards will not be paper like regular hardcover releases. Instead, the boards and spine of the book will be some kind of futuristic-looking cloth or faux leather, celebrating the book’s SF setting.
The $395 Lettered Edition is the most extravagant of the three editions. It will also be double-signed by Terry Brooks and Marc Simonetti but it will also have two full-color fold-out inserts that the Limited Edition does not have. It will also have a futuristic-looking traycase for the book to rest in, making it unbelievably rare and limited to 52 copies.