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Louise Buckley

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Assistant Editor, working across Tor and Pan Macmillan. Likes to be unnerved, unhinged and shaken to the bone by great SF, Fantasy and Horror.

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13 Feb 2013

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GALACTIC MILIEU SERIES THROUGH THE AGES

This month we are reissuing Julian May’s Intervention and the phenomenal Galactic Milieu trilogy, which follow on from her Saga of the Exiles series, reissued last month. These books have garnered a some amazing praise from fans and authors over the years, but they have also been given some pretty fruity and psychedelic covers during that time, too. To celebrate the publication of these books and their artistic heritage, here is a collection of some of their previous iterations, plus their new cover look for those that haven’t yet seen it:

   

   

   

  

And these are the new covers:

 

 

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Comments on “GALACTIC MILIEU SERIES THROUGH THE AGES”

  1. February 14, 2013 at 2:29 pm James Long says:

    That Magnificat cover with the fallen angel on it had a powerful grip on my adolescent self – I thought it was, well, archetypal. Looks a bit camp and dayglo now though. I like the new covers better!

  2. February 15, 2013 at 11:41 pm Tim Wilson-Brown says:

    The Saga of the Exiles and the Gallactic Milleu trilogy have appeared in the Australian iBookstore – just search for “Jullian May”.

    Unfortunately, Intervention (or Surveillance & Metaconcert for US readers) seem to have missed out at this point. Louise, will Intervention be a later release in Australia?

  3. July 17, 2013 at 3:33 am Stephen says:

    I’ve always thought that the old-school cover of Magnificat was a reference to the cover of the Many Coloured Land – as I think can been seen from the reflection in the water.

    I thought this was rather clever considering the time-loop that connects the two books, and indeed, the two series.

    It’s a shame that the new covers did not follow the same theme.

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