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Overview


The Definitive Edition to the First and Bestselling Halo Novel, Including Twenty-seven Pages of New Material

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Legends are not simply born...they are willed into existence.

Humanity has expanded beyond the Sol System. There are hundreds of planets we now call "home."

The United Nations Space Command now struggles to control this vast empire.

After exhausting all strategies to keep seething insurrections from exploding into interplanetary civil war, the UNSC has one last hope.

At the Office of Naval Intelligence, Dr. Catherine Halsey has been hard at work on a top secret program that could bring an end to all this conflict...and it starts with seventy-five children, among them a six year old boy named John.

Halsey never guessed that this little boy would become humanity's final hope against a vast alien force hell-bent on wiping us out.

This is the story of John, Spartan-117…the Master Chief, and of the battles that brought humanity face to face with its possible extinction.

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This new Tor edition will serve as the definitive version of the novel that started Halo fans reading the series, and features brand-new material, including:

Excerpts of Office of Naval Intelligence interrogations of the Covenant.

Missives and mandates issued by the Covenant

Declassified transmissions regarding the defense of Reach

A personal insight into the Spartan program

The Official Evacuation Order for all inhabitants of Reach.

Five sketches of cover art by 343 Industries artist, Robogabo

At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied.


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First published in 2001 and now rereleased in a definitive edition, The Fall of Reach is the prequel to Halo: Combat Evolved and the official companion to the award-winning X-Box game. With its portentous plot and gripping battle scenes, Eric Nylund's high voltage fantasy fully earned its niche as the bestselling Halo novel of all-time. One caution: Our scan shows the cover of an earlier version. The 2010 edition features a much-heralded, not-yet-released banner.
From the Publisher
"The narration by multitalented Todd McLaren...is flexible and intense." —-Library Journal Audio Review
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781429968737
  • Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates
  • Publication date: 8/3/2010
  • Series: Halo , #1
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 18,077
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author


Eric Nylund has written three novels based in the Halo video game universe: Halo: The Fall of Reach, Halo: First Strike, and Halo: Ghosts of Onyx, as well as the  epic mythology incarnate series that begins with Mortal Coils and All That Lives Must Die.  He lives near Seattle on a rain-drenched mountain with his wife, Syne Mitchell.


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CHAPTER
ONE

 
0430 HOURS, AUGUST 17, 2517 (MILITARY CALENDAR) SLIPSTREAM SPACE—UNKNOWN COORDINATES NEAR ERIDANUS STAR SYSTEM
 
Lieutenant Junior Grade Jacob Keyes awoke. Dull red light filled his blurry vision and he choked on the slime in his lungs and throat.
“Sit up, Lieutenant Keyes,” a disembodied male voice said. “Sit. Take a deep breath and cough, sir. You need to clear the bronchial surfactant.”
Lieutenant Keyes pushed himself up, peeling his back off the formfitting gel bed. Wisps of fog overflowed from the cryogenic tube as he clumsily climbed out. He sat on a nearby bench, tried to inhale, and doubled over, coughing until a long string of clear fluid flowed from his open mouth.
He sat up and drew his first full breath in two weeks. He tasted his lips and almost gagged. The cryo inhalant was specially designed to be regurgitated and swallowed, replacing nutrients lost in the deep sleep. No matter how they changed the formula, though, it always tasted like lime-flavored mucus.
“Status, Toran? Are we under attack?”
“Negative, sir,” the ship’s AI replied. “Status normal. We will enter normal space near the Eridanus System in forty-five minutes.”
Lieutenant Keyes coughed again. “Good. Thank you, Toran.”
“You’re welcome, Lieutenant.”
Eridanus was on the border of the Outer Colonies. It was just far enough off the beaten path for pirates to be lurking … waiting to capture a diplomatic shuttle like the Han. This ship wouldn’t last long in a space action. They should have an escort. He didn’t understand why they had been sent alone—but Junior Lieutenants didn’t question orders. Especially when those orders came from FLEETCOM HQ on planet Reach.
Wake-up protocols dictated that he inspect the rest of the crew to make sure no one had run into problems reviving. He looked around the sleep chamber: rows of stainless steel lockers and showers, a medical pod for emergency resuscitations, and forty cryogenic tubes—all empty except the one to his left.
The other person on the Han was the civilian specialist, Dr. Halsey. Keyes had been ordered to protect her at all costs, pilot this ship, and generally stay the hell out of her way. They might as well have asked him to hold her hand. This wasn’t a military mission; it was baby-sitting. Someone at Fleet Command must have him on their blacklist.
The cover of Dr. Halsey’s tube hummed open. Mist rippled out as she sat up, coughing. Her pale skin made her look like a ghost in the fog. Matted locks of dark hair clung to her neck. She didn’t look much older than him, and she was lovely—not beautiful, but definitely a striking woman. For a civilian, anyway.
Her blue eyes fixed upon the Lieutenant and she looked him over. “We must be near Eridanus,” she said.
Lieutenant Keyes almost saluted reflectively, but checked the motion. “Yes, Doctor.” His face reddened and he looked away from her slender body.
He had drilled in cryogenic recovery a dozen times at the Academy. He’d seen his fellow officers naked before—men and women. But Dr. Halsey was a civilian. He didn’t know what protocols applied.
Lieutenant Keyes got up and went to her. “Can I help you—”
She swung her legs out of the tube and climbed out. “I’m fine, Lieutenant. Get cleaned up and dressed.” She brushed past him and strode to the showers. “Hurry. We have important work to do.”
Lieutenant Keyes stood straighter. “Aye, aye, ma’am.”
With that brief encounter, their roles and the rules of conduct crystallized. Civilian or not—like it or not—Lieutenant Keyes understood that Dr. Halsey was in charge.
*   *   *
The bridge of the Han had an abundance of space for a vessel of its size. That is, it had all the maneuvering room of a walk-in closet. A freshly showered, shaved, and uniformed Lieutenant Keyes pulled himself into the room and sealed the pressure door behind him. Every surface of the bridge was covered with monitors and screens. The wall on his left was a single large semicurved view screen, dark for the moment because there was nothing in the visible spectrum to see in Slipspace.
Behind him was the Han’s spinning center section, containing the mess, the rec room, and the sleep chambers. There was no gravity on the bridge, however. The diplomatic shuttle had been designed for the comfort of its passengers, not the crew.
It didn’t seem to bother Dr. Halsey. Strapped into the navigator’s couch, she wore a white jumpsuit that matched her pale skin, and had tied her dark hair into a simple, elegant knot. Her fingers danced across four keypads, tapping in commands.
“Welcome, Lieutenant,” she said without looking up. “Please have a seat at the communication station and monitor the channels when we enter normal space. If there’s so much as a squeak on nonstandard frequencies, I want to know instantly.”
He drifted to the communication station and strapped himself down.
“Toran?” she asked.
“Awaiting your orders, Dr. Halsey,” the ship AI replied.
“Give me astrogation maps of the system.”
“Online, Dr. Halsey.”
“Are there any planets currently aligned with our entry trajectory and Eridanus Two? I want to pick up a gravitational boost so we can move in-system ASAP.”
“Calculating now, Doctor Hal—”
“And can we have some music? Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto Number Three, I think.”
“Understood, Doctor—”
“And start a preburn warm-up cycle for the fusion engines.”
“Yes, Doc—”
“And stop spinning the Han’s central carousel section. We may need the power.”
“Working…”
She eased back. The music started and she sighed. “Thank you, Toran.”
“You’re welcome, Dr. Halsey. Entering normal space in five minutes, plus or minus three minutes.”
Lieutenant Keyes shot the doctor an admiring glance. He was impressed—few people could put a shipboard AI through its paces so rigorously as to cause a detectable pause.
She turned to face him. “Yes, Lieutenant? You have a question?”
He composed himself and pulled his uniform jacket taut. “I was curious about our mission, ma’am. I assume we are to reconnoiter something in this system, but why send a shuttle, rather than a prowler or a corvette? And why just the two of us?”
She blinked and smiled. “A fairly accurate assumption and analysis, Lieutenant. This is a reconnaissance mission … of sorts. We are here to observe a child. The first of many, I hope.”
“A child?”
“A six-year-old male, to be precise.” She waved her hand. “It may help if you think of this purely as a UNSC-funded physiological study.” Every trace of a smile evaporated from her lips. “Which is precisely what you are to tell anyone who asks. Is that understood, Lieutenant?”
“Yes, Doctor.”
Keyes frowned, retrieved his grandfather’s pipe from his pocket, and turned it end over end. He couldn’t smoke the thing—igniting a combustible on the flight deck was against every major regulation on a UNSC space vehicle—but sometimes he just fiddled with it or chewed on the tip, which helped him think. He stuck it back into his pocket, and decided to push the issue and find out more.
“With all due respect, Dr. Halsey, this sector of space is dangerous.”
With a sudden deceleration, they entered normal space. The main view screen flickered and a million stars snapped into focus. The Han dove toward a cloud-swirled gas giant dead ahead.
“Stand by for burn,” Dr. Halsey announced. “On my mark, Toran.”
Lieutenant Keyes tightened his harness.
“Three … two … one. Mark.
The ship rumbled and sped faster toward the gas giant. The pull of the harness increased around the Lieutenant’s chest, making breathing difficult. They accelerated for sixty-seven seconds … the storms of the gas giant grew larger on the view screen—then the Han arced up and away from its surface.
Eridanus drifted into the center of the screen and filled the bridge with warm orange light.
“Gravity boost complete,” Toran chimed. “ETA to Eridanus is forty-two minutes, three seconds.”
“Well done,” Dr. Halsey said. She unlocked her harness and floated free, stretching. “I hate cryo sleep,” she said. “It leaves one so cramped.”
“As I was saying before, Doctor, this system is dangerous—”
She gracefully spun to face him, halting her momentum with a hand on the bulkhead. “Oh yes, I know how dangerous this system is. It has a colorful history: rebel insurrection in 2494, beaten down by the UNSC two years later at the cost of four destroyers.” She thought a moment, then added, “I don’t believe the Office of Naval Intelligence ever found their base in the asteroid field. And since there have been organized raids and scattered pirate activity nearby, one might conclude—as ONI clearly has—that the remnants of the original rebel faction are still active. Is that what you were worried about?”
“Yes,” the Lieutenant replied. He swallowed, his mouth suddenly dry, but he refused to be cowed by the doctor—by a civilian. “I need hardly remind you that it’s my job to worry about our security.”
She knew more than he did, much more, about the Eridanus System—and she obviously had contacts in the intelligence community. Keyes had never seen an ONI spook—to the best of his knowledge anyway. Mainline Navy personnel had elevated such agents to near-mythological status.
Whatever else he thought of Dr. Halsey, he would assume from now on that she knew what she was doing.
Dr. Halsey stretched once more and then strapped herself back onto the navigation couch. “Speaking of pirates,” she said with her back now to him, “weren’t you supposed to be monitoring communication channels for illegal signals? Just in case someone takes undue interest in a lone, unescorted, diplomatic shuttle?”
Lieutenant Keyes cursed himself for his momentary lapse and snapped to. He scanned all frequencies and had Toran cross-check their authentication codes.
“All signals verified,” he reported. “No pirate transmissions detected.”
“Continue to monitor them, please.”
An awkward thirty minutes passed. Dr. Halsey was content to read reports on the navigational screens, and kept her back to him.
Lieutenant Keyes finally cleared his throat. “May I speak candidly, Doctor?”
“You don’t need my permission,” she said. “By all means, speak candidly, Lieutenant. You’ve been doing a fine job so far.”
Under normal circumstances, among normal officers, that last remark would have been insubordination—or worse, a rebuke. But he let it pass. Normal military protocol seemed to have been jettisoned on this flight.
“You said we were here to observe a child.” He shook his head dubiously. “If this is a cover for real military intelligence work, then, to tell the truth, there are better-qualified officers for this mission. I graduated from UNSC OCS only seven weeks ago. My orders had me rotated to the Magellan. Those orders were rescinded, ma’am.”
She turned and scrutinized him with icy blue eyes. “Go on, Lieutenant.”
He reached for his pipe, but then checked the motion. She would probably think it a silly habit.
“If this is an intel op,” he said, “then … then I don’t understand why I’m here at all.”
She leaned forward. “Then, Lieutenant, I shall be equally candid.”
Something deep inside Lieutenant Keyes told him he would regret hearing whatever Dr. Halsey had to say. He ignored the feeling. He wanted to know the truth.
“Go ahead, Doctor.”
Her slight smile returned. “You are here because Vice Admiral Stanforth, head of Section Three of UNSC Military Intelligence Division, refused to lend me this shuttle without at least one UNSC officer aboard—even though he knows damn well that I can pilot this bucket by myself. So I picked one UNSC officer. You.” She tapped her lower lip thoughtfully and added, “You see, I’ve read your file, Lieutenant. All of it.”
“I don’t know—”
“You do know what I’m talking about.” She rolled her eyes. “You don’t lie well. Don’t insult me by trying again.”
Lieutenant Keyes swallowed. “Then why me? Especially if you’ve seen my record?”
“I chose you precisely because of your record—because of the incident in your second year at OCS. Fourteen ensigns killed. You were wounded and spent two months in rehabilitation. Plasma burns are particularly painful, I understand.”
He rubbed his hands together. “Yes.”
“The Lieutenant responsible was your CO on that training mission. You refused to testify against him despite overwhelming evidence and the testimony of his fellow officers … and friends.”
“Yes.”
“They told the board of review the secret the Lieutenant had entrusted to you all—that he was going to test his new theory to make Slipspace jumps more accurate. He was wrong, and you all paid for his eagerness and poor mathematics.”
Lieutenant Keyes studied his hands and had the feeling of falling inward. Dr. Halsey’s voice sounded distant. “Yes.”
“Despite continuing pressure, you never testified. They threatened to demote you, charge you with insubordination and refusing a direct order—even discharge you from the Navy.
“Your fellow officer candidates testified, though. The review board had all the evidence they needed to court-martial your CO. They put you on report and dropped all further disciplinary actions.”
He said nothing. His head hung low.
“That is why you are here, Lieutenant—because you have an ability that is exceedingly rare in the military. You can keep a secret.” She drew in a long breath and added, “You may have to keep many secrets after this mission is over.”
He glanced up. There was a strange look in her eyes. Pity? That caught him off guard and he looked away again. But he felt better than he had since OCS. Someone trusted him again.
“I think,” she said, “that you would rather be on the Magellan. Fighting and dying on the frontier.”
“No, I—” He caught the lie as he said it, stopped, then corrected himself. “Yes. The UNSC needs every man and woman patrolling the Outer Colonies. Between the raiders and insurrections, it’s a wonder it all hasn’t fallen apart.”
“Indeed, Lieutenant, ever since we left Earth’s gravity well, we’ve been fighting one another for every cubic centimeter of vacuum—from Mars to the Jovian Moons to the Hydra System Massacres and on to the hundred brushfire wars in the Outer Colonies. It has always been on the brink of falling apart. That’s why we’re here.”
“To observe one child,” he said. “What difference could a child make?”
One of her eyebrows arched. “This child could be more useful to the UNSC than a fleet of destroyers, a thousand Junior Grade Lieutenants—or even me. In the end, the child may be the only thing that makes any difference.”
“Approaching Eridanus Two,” Toran informed them.
“Plot an atmospheric vector for the Luxor spaceport,” Dr. Halsey ordered. “Lieutenant Keyes, make ready to land.”


 
Copyright © 2001, 2010 by Macmillan
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2010

    Halo the fall of reach --the battle has begun

    Halo: The Fall of Reach

    Have you ever wondered if there were aliens that want to destroy mankind? Well, if not that is going to be what happens in this book. There is a new race called the Covenant and they're ready to kill all of mankind, and you, along with it.

    First of all, humankind has increased and has now gone into space to find colonies for humankind to live. The UNSC [the military]; are trying to build a super human called a Spartan [A super soldier that can go on a mission with more than hands on experience, and more combat training]. One of the kids is named John and is abducted and forced into the UNSC along with 35 other kids. They are being transformed in to the super soldier that they are soon to become. First they must get prepared to fight the rebels, while they are trying to take supplies and use them against the UNSC forces while the Spartans finish their training they are given an armor that increases their speed, their strength, and their jumps.

    There's a new force arrives at one of the outer colonies and uses super heated plasma to glass the planet. But the covenet is not here for fun their here for blood! But once the UNSC forces get a hold of this they start going to work on their plan to destroy the Covenant forces. Also get the planet they lost, back. But the Covenant shielding is too strong and that's when the Spartans come in. I would like to tell you the rest of the book but I can't. I would rate the book five stars.

    15 out of 17 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2012

    The best book ever!

    This book basically tells you what the Master Chief does before and during the Fall od Reach. while Noble team(Carter, Kat, Jun, Emile, Jorge, and Six) are busy fighting on Reach,s surface, the Master Chief is securing data before the covenant get to it. If you love the Master Chief, you'll love this book.

    9 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 2, 2011

    great book

    this book will help you understand the story of halo better and the game it was a amazing book which i highly recommend

    7 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 28, 2010

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    Wonderfully creative

    Exciting, thrilling and imaginative this book was a page turner to say the least! Book one in the "Halo" series does not disappoint, from chapter one I discovered a very interesting universe unfolding page by page that included what I thought to be the right balance of action intrigue and science. I found Eric Nylunds writing style to be well thought out. The dialog and character development were good for a novel of its type and length. That being said there were times I noticed that the same information was repeated several times through out the book almost as if the author had forgotten he had written it just a few pages back. However that was not enough to take away from the overall awesomeness of what I thought to be a fantastic space adventure. I would defiantly recommend this book rather your a hardcore fan of the Halo games or like me just happened upon it and want to try something new.

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2012

    ????????????

    Should i read or not?

    6 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2012

    Awesome book

    I say that this book is awesome!!!! My favorite part is when the iroqois crashes into the covenant ship.

    5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 22, 2011

    Should be a movie

    If there were to be a movie this would be it. Even if you have not played the game this is a fantastic novel.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2010

    A Great Book

    I have never read this kind of book before but I must say it is spectacular. if you are contemplating it then do it. You won't be disapointed.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2012

    EPICNESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Best halo book for big fans of halo

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2012

    Awesome

    Halo rocks

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 29, 2012

    One of the best books I have ever read....

    This is a must if you are a fan of the game.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2012

    Awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Halo is awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2012

    Best game ever

    Great game

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2011

    Excellent

    The fall of reach is not only a masterpeice but an insight on the mysterious background of the famous video game hero: Mastercheif, from the long running Halo series. Ths wonderful book is both creative and thrilling as we see how this amazing super-soldier came to be. As a writer, I highly recomend this book for anyone. Halo fan or not.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2012

    Best book ever,...... WORT!!!!!!!

    Wort wort wort wort wort wort wort wort wort wort, wort?........ BAM!!

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2012

    This is AWSOME I ...

    PLAYED THE VIDEO GAME AND IT WAS THE BEST ...well not tje best best but it was awsome...I LOVE A GAME CALLED JUST CAUSE 2...IT WAS AWSOME BT HALO REACH IS AWWWWSSSOOOMMEEEE JUST ...EPIC AWSOME

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2012

    Great halo book....

    I thought it was a great book. I am glade it had John 117 in it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2012

    Hi

    Cool

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted March 23, 2012

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    Look at my $#!t

    3 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2012

    GamerTags!!!!!!

    Give up your gamertags!!!!!!!

    3 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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