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May the Force be with him.

04 Apr

I just saw this on Suvudu and I was shocked, to say the least. Author Aaron Allston has suffered a heart attack. He’s undergone some major surgery and is in intensive care, but his family is around him, and we can all help by keeping him in our thoughts and sending him all the healing energy we have.

I first discovered Aaron’s work when I read the first X-Wing book he wrote, Wraith Squadron. He took me on a wild ride, introduced some endearing and long-lived characters, and has always delivered the best-possible work he was capable of.

My thoughts and prayers are with Aaron and his family, and I’m sure everyone who has ever read his work will join me in wishing him a safe and speedy recovery.

 
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