My novel Into the Storm, now available in paperback

This was originally eBook only, but it is now available in dead tree format.


Though this is probably my least well known book because it is tied in with the Warmachine universe, it is really fun, and I’m rather proud of it. You don’t need to be familiar with the game to enjoy the book though. I very specifically set out to write it so that it would serve as a good intro to the world and not confuse newcomers.

Plot wise? Think Dirty Dozen of reject knights wielding mad science lightning swords and their homicidal steam powered fighting robot invading a city of religious fanatics. 🙂

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26 thoughts on “My novel Into the Storm, now available in paperback”

  1. The Audible audiobook performance by Ray Porter is also excellent. I’ve listened to it about three times. Enjoy the story as well as the voice characterizations.

    1. Thanks for mentioning the Audible connection. I’ll be buying it today! I’ve loved listening to all of Larry’s books !

  2. I enjoyed it immensely.
    Awesome pacing, solid storytelling and interesting characters. Exactly the quality of work I’ve come to expect from Larry, and he consistently delivers.

  3. Those guys at Privateer Press have game. Steam punk, heroic fiction at its finest. I waiting for Reckoning and salivating.
    I’m gearing up my Cygnars and Trollkins to face up to that nasty new warcaster my Warmachine nemis, Bob, is probably going to field. Nullifying anodes is going to be a problem in my Khador beat down I’m planning for him. The game is a blast.

    All your books on Warmachine are the bomb, and they’ve juiced up my love of the game. You don’t have to play the game to enjoy the stories either. It is kick ass fiction that gives this Sad Puppy two paws up.

  4. I enjoyed the book. It was a fun read. As much as I love Larry’s books AND Warmachine, I have always had a soft spot for the Dirty Dozen Trope in fiction of all kinds. I always get a kick out the character dynamics of these rag tag disparate groups.

    I recommend this book.

    Is there a sequel or any plans for one?

      1. Will the sequel follow the distribution model of the first (i.e. digital then paper version), or will it go directly to a paper version out of the gate?

  5. The ebook is awesome. This will be even more awesome because I can throw it at the cat without breaking it. Damn cat.

  6. It’s a good book; but it’s also like entry level crystal meth. Once you start, you’ll find yourself wanting to read all of the Warmachine fiction. Not necessarily a bad thing, just be prepared to lose more than a couple of weekends.

  7. Just a note: Amazon has it listed under “Toys & Games › Hobbies › Trains & Accessories”. I think perhaps… not. 😉

  8. Nice! Loved this book on audio, and I always try to have hard copies of books I love. Kind of expensive for one of your shorter books, though. Is it hardback?

    1. I don’t think so, but I haven’t gotten my copies yet. It is from a smaller publisher, not Baen, which is probably the biggest reason it costs more.

  9. I clicked on the book image and it went to 404… Just so you know. I’m hopping on Amazon and getting a copy. Joy!!

    Cap’n Jan

  10. Yeah, I wouldn’t rate it near the top, but hey, it’s still Correia, definitely worth reading. Reminds me a bit of some of the stuff from Glen Cook, who is very underrated.

    It’s interesting, probably like others here I was one of Amazon’s early customers, had Prime back when it was just for books because the shipping was worth it. Before that I picked up books at the bookstore and never found much that I thought was interesting (other than Shadow Games which I picked up and was immediately addicted to, have probably read it a dozen or more times now, Cook’s writing is so laconic you almost have to parse every word to wring it of meaning) but with Amazon once I found that one interesting author in the bookstore shelves, all the rest of their books were now a few clicks away, plus some dudes I read when I was a kid in the 1980s. I suspect if you look at the sales data you would find new fans purchasing every book by an author is an increasingly common behavior since 1995.

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