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Battlestar Galactica: Classic

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 1

Glen A. Larson
Robert Thurston

Battleship Galactica: Flagship of the 12 Worlds' Warfleet, she was as large as a planet, yet as swift as the Starhound fighters she launched from her bays. For generations the vast ship had led the thousand-year war against the Cylon for control of the known Galaxy. Now that war was in its last phase, and 'Galactica' had one final mission, win or lose: blast through the deadly grid of the Cylon Starfleet and dash for deep space in a desperate attempt to find the legendary "Stonehenge" of the universe---the lost planet the ancient microfilms call "EARTH"...

The Cylon Death Machine

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 2

Glen A. Larson
Robert Thurston

Adapted from Battlestar Galactica TV episode "The Gun on Ice Planet Zero", teleplay by Don Bellisario & Glen A. Larson, story by John Ireland Jr.

Starbuck and Apollo battle a planet of lost clones, mind-slaves of the cylon warrior Vulpa, who are aiming the ultimate weapon at the embattled starfleet of humankind.

The Tombs of Kobol

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 3

Glen A. Larson
Robert Thurston

Adapted from Battlestar Galactica TV episode "Tombs of Kobol", written by Glen A. Larson & Donald Bellisario.

At the end of a bloody thousand-year was against an invincible enemy, an uneasy peace has finally been achieved between humans and the dreaded cyborg warriors of the Cylon Empire. But peace soon turns into bloodshed when the Cylons launch an unexpected attack against humanity's twelve Colonial worlds, wiping out most of the inhabitants.

The Young Warriors

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 4

Glen A. Larson
Robert Thurston

On a routine reconnaissance mission, Starbuck crashlands on a world where the Cylons have wiped out most of the adult population, leaving tribes of children in charge. It's Lord of the Flies meets The Guns of Navarone as Starbuck leads the children in a daring raid to free their father from the Cylons.

Galactica Discovers Earth

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 5

Mike Resnick
Glen A. Larson

Galactica was trapped! A cylon warfleet was lurking just a lightjump away. And Earth - Hopelessly primitive! - was completly unaware that the renegade Zaviar was rearranging history to make the planet into his private empire... Only Captain Troy and Lieutenant Dillon knew just how dangerous Earth's predicament was. And if they have to save the ancient homeworld single-handedly - well that was a warrior's job!

The Living Legend

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 6

Simon Hawke
Glen A. Larson

A great warrior has returned to lead Galactica against its biggest challenge yet! Commander Cain, living legend of the cosmos, is marshalling his forces for a desperate counterattack against the Cylon marauders led by the ruthless Baltar. yet, the young warriors of the besieged battlestar wonder: is the mystical "Juggernaut" really a military genius--or just an eccentric despot made crazy by the wounds of time?

War of the Gods

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 7

Simon Hawke
Glen A. Larson

Adapted from Battlestar Galactica Television episode "War of the Gods, Parts I and II" by Glen A. Larson.

Greetings From Earth

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 8

Ron Goulart
Glen A. Larson

In the vast emptiness of space, the Galactica at last makes the long-awaited contact - a spaceship of fellow humans from Earth! The Council wants to keep them under observation, but Apollo sets out with the Earthlings on a secret and perilous mission toward their destination, the planet Paradeen, that battleground of space giants where he must confront the old enemy - the Cylons - and the new - the awsome Alliance - and make it back to the Galactica!

Experiment in Terra

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 9

Ron Goulart
Glen A. Larson

When the ruling council of the Galactica strips Adama of his powers of supreme command, themighty ship is thrown into chaos. As if being caught in the middle of an all-out space war wasn't enough, Baltar has escaped and is streaking across the galaxy to his Cylon allies. Book 9 in the Battlestar Galactica series.

The Long Patrol

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 10

Ron Goulart
Glen A. Larson

When Starbuck discovers the long-forgotten prison planet Proteus, he encounters an Ambrosa smuggler, a local law enforcement agency, a headstrong computer named Cora, and a fleet of Cylon warships bent on destroying the Galactica.

The Nightmare Machine

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 11

Glen A. Larson
Robert Thurston

Lucifer invents a device that projects uninhibited emotions in humans and Baltar takes advantage of it to cripple the Galactica.

Die, Chameleon!

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 12

Glen A. Larson
Robert Thurston

Intent on abandoning the caravan, a mutiny takes place on the fleet ship Eureka; meanwhile, space pirates capture both Colonial and Cylon members to become unwilling participants in an interstellar reality show.

Apollo's War

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 13

Glen A. Larson
Robert Thurston

The beautiful planet Yevra is being ravaged by a decades-old conflict, a war that has gone on so long no one can remember its cause. Lured to the planet by the promise of provisions for the Galactica fleet, Apollo, Croft, and Sheba are captured. Quickly forged into a fighting unit, they are cannon-fodder in a war not their own. Apollo struggles to keep his comrades alive in the heat of battle - and wonders if he will ever see Battlestar Galactica again!

Surrender the Galactica!

Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 14

Glen A. Larson
Robert Thurston

In an original space adventure, Apollo and Starbuck have been chosen to test-run the Superviper, the most awesome ship ever created to wipe their enemies from space. But the deadliest enemy is among them as Lucifer, the Cylon robot assassin, prowls the Galactica, reprogrammed to terminate Adama.


Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 15

Christopher Golden
Richard Hatch

Twenty years the final episode of the Battlestar Galactica television series, the ragtag fleet of Colonial survivors continues its quest to find Earth, which is believed to be the home of the fabled Thirteenth Colony of Man.

The Galactica's commanding officer, Adama, is dead, Starbuck-the cocky fighter pilot-is missing and presumed dead, and Adams's son, Apollo, is about to take command of the fleet. Still pursued by the Cylons, seven-foot-tall cyborg warriors bent on wiping out all humans, the Colonials must also deal with the return of an old enemy: Count Iblis, an evil, god-like creature who has his own plans for Apollo.


Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 16

Christopher Golden
Richard Hatch

Battlestar Galactica: Warhawk continues the adventures of the "ragtag fleet" fleeing the evil Cylon Emire and its allies through the universe.

In search of Earth, the Galactica crew comes across the Battlestar Pegasus, long thought lost in a conflict with the Cylons years ago. The crew of the Pegasus has established a colony and is preparing for another battle against the Cylons. However, unknown to the colonials, the Cylons are on the verge of entering into an alliance with a new, and deadly, alien race.


Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 17

Richard Hatch
Stan Timmons

Pursued by the inhuman warriors of the Cylon Empire, a ragtag fleet of spaceships - containing the last remnants of humanity - are led across the cosmos by Commander Apollo and the crew of the battlestar Galactica in search of an earlier home of humanity, a place of legend. A place called Earth.


Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 18

Alan Rodgers
Richard Hatch

The remnants of the ragtag fleet and the battle-scarred Galactica have escaped the clutches of the Cylons and have warped into an unknown quadrant of the galaxy. It is a pocket of null-space in which their stardrives will not work. Tom make matters worse, the recent conflicts have left many wounded and medical supplies are critically low... as are the fleets food resources and fuel supplies.

While scouts venture forth in search of a habitable planet, the civilian population of the fleet rebels. Fights over the dwindling supplies break out among civilian factions, and the military is called upon to restore order, which only serves to heighten the tension. And, once again, accusing fingers are pointed squarely at the man whose responsibility it is to assure the saftey and well-being of all: Apollo. Even members of the Galactica's bridge crew turn against him.

Adding to the growing tension is the fact that Troy and Dalton, Trays and Boomer, the planetary search parties are missing. But the real stunner is the revelation that Casseopia is pregnant, and that she has acknowledged Apollo as the father!

Apollo and Athena are relieved of their commands and thrown into the brig. Civilians take over and chaos reigns, just in time for the Cylons to arrive. And soon after the Cylons, the even more deadly, alien Chitain show up. Apollo must somehow regain command of the fleet, organize a fight against the Cylons and Chitain, find a way to resupply the fleet and devise an escape route from the pocket of null-space in which they are stuck, before it implodes and destroys everything and everyone caught in it.


Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 19

Brad Linaweaver
Richard Hatch

having escaped from the dead area of non-space called the urcloud, the ragtag fleet of Colonials find themselves delivered to planet Paradis.

Commander Apollo is once again drawn into conflict with ego-driven civilians who manipulate the Council of Twelve towards their own ends. As tensions mount among the Colonials, a treacherous plan is hatched that threatens to destroy everything the commander has worked so hard for-as well as Apollo himself...


Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 20

Brad Linaweaver
Richard Hatch

When the dying sun of Paradis dramatically begins its contraction phase, a two year stay by the Galacticans and the colonials on what appears to be the perfect planet for rebuilding their civilization comes to an abrupt end-the planet's inhabitants are forced to make a hurried exit back into space. Discovering that several of their refurbished ships are incapable of deep-space travel, the fleet returns to Paradis for repairs-just in time for the sudden catastophic destruction of the entire planet by the Cylons. Apollo, Tigh, and Athena make the painful decision to leave one-third of the fleet behind in order to save the rest.


Battlestar Galactica 1: Book 21

Brad Linaweaver
Richard Hatch

After fleeing planet Paradis and discovering that many of their ships were no longer capable of deep space travel, the Colonials were forced to hold a lottery to decide who in the fleet would live and who would have to stay behind and die.

Apollo, Sheba, and Koran forfeit their securred place in the fleet to stay behind with 800 other Colonials who have been chosen by the people's lottery to sacrafice their lives. They are suprised by the arrival of an ancient 13th tribe space ark, which has been freed from its frozen grave deep within the bowels of Paradis by the catostraphic destruction of the planet. They discover that the huge craft is habitable and capable of sustaining all surviving colonials who were forced to stay behind.