Latest Halo novel, Cryptum released

Posted By | On 05th, Jan. 2011

Halo novels have been hot property.

The latest one, titled Cryptum has been released today.

The novel is the first of a trilogy of novels which will be focusing on the Forerunners, the alien race that were present before both the humans and Covenants. It’s written by sci-fi wiz, Greg Bear.

Cryptum will be explaining how the Forerunners faced extinction, explore their tech and introduce another race known as the Precursors that preceded them.


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