The Last Musketeer is being re-released and repackaged and it looks amazing.

It’s been a long time since I posted about The Last Musketeer.  But there have been some exciting developments since then.

For those of you who are unaware of what The Last Musketeer even is, it’s a trilogy I wrote back in 2011-12 about a modern day kid named Greg Rich who gets transported back to Paris 400 years ago, where he ends up bringing together the Three Musketeers for their first adventure — and becoming the infamous D’Artagnan.

For the past few years, it has been relatively hard to get these books — and the second two in the series were never even released in paperback.

Well that has all changed!  Some of you may have noticed this beautifully redesigned version of The Last Musketeer in your bookstores recently:

Well, the next two books in the series will be re-released this spring!  (Eagle-eyed readers of this website may have already noticed that this has been mentioned in the ‘Upcoming Releases’ on the right hand side of this site.)  On February 26 (which also happens to be the release date of Lion Down) you will finally be able to get The Last Musketeer: Traitor’s Chase in paperback:

And on May 7, the final book in the series, Double Cross, will be available:

And if you prefer audiobooks, the series will soon be available that way too.

If you have never had the chance to read this series, here it is!  It’s full of adventure, swashbuckling, mystery and humor.  I’ve always been proud of this series (my son used to claim it was his favorite of mine) so I hope you check it out.

You can start by getting The Last Musketeer by clicking here.

176 thoughts on “The Last Musketeer is being re-released and repackaged and it looks amazing.

  1. James 0

    I don’t know much about NetGalley, but I think that it’s a legit site and that often, when people get advanced copies of my books, that’s how they get them.

  2. Mr. Gibbs
    I made a comment on your post about the MBA series. please read it, because I think it will help you keep the series alive

  3. Stuart –

    I just read The Last Musketeer (the first book) for the 1st time yesterday. It was absolutely phenomenal. I love how you used the famous characters and gave it an amazing spin!!!!! I will have to go get the last two books from the library ASAP!!

  4. stu-
    i just reread Waste of Space today, and I really liked the ending. thank you for always making these awesome books!!! 🙂

  5. Stu~
    Isn’t Ben now a 2nd or 3rd year student? If he is why hasn’t his room been moved downstairs like the other 2nd year students?

  6. Ada –

    Yes, Ben is a second year student now. But I haven’t ever really said where his room is this year. All the rooms, no matter what year, are still in the same awful dormitory building.

  7. Hi Stu-
    I love your books, and I like to take them on the go! So I’m wondering when e-book versions of The Last Musketeer, and its series will be released, I’m also wondering if audiobook versions of the books will come out, and since it’s not Simon+Schuster will Gibson Frazier read it?

    Your big fan,


  8. Ava-
    Don’t you need to be a professional reader (blogger, librarian, reviewer, bookstore owner, etc…) to get ARC from NetGalley?

  9. Sophie-
    I’m not a blogger or reviewer and they still gave me an ARC so…I guess not.
    It took about 2 weeks for me to get accepted.

  10. Roscoe –

    I’m not sure about e-book versions of Last Musketeer, but Harper Collins is doing audio versions. Gibson Frazier is not doing them, but they have found another great reader.

  11. Stu-
    How often do you do signings/events near Torrance? I was just wondering because they have a library there, and it’s near by where I live

  12. Snowy P –

    I haven’t done any signings down there ever. But if the library would like to invite me, maybe I can come.

  13. I know that this has nothing to do with this but I was wondering if you knew that there is only two northern white rhinos left. The last male one has died about a year ago on March 20 2018. I it really sad. Even before you metioned this I had already knew a lot on this topic. PS I really like the fun jungle series

  14. roman –

    Lucy is involved with the design of many books though she only does the artwork for a few.

  15. Stu-
    I have a question

    Last Musketeer was published by HarperCollins. HarperCollins is owned by FOX who might make the Spy School Movie. You said you didn’t like HarperCollins in an earlier post. Did CBS get first dibs( because Simon and Schuster is owned by CBS)

  16. Stu –
    Could you combine my posts because i have another question

    Was anyone in FunJungle based off William Rodgers

  17. David –

    Yes, Fox and CBS had dibs on Last Musketeer, but they still haven’t done anything. Turns out, there is no synergy between the divisions at all.

  18. Bezalel –

    I am not going to reveal the title for a few months… because I am not 100% sure what it will be yet.

  19. Um… I am your biggest fan, and I’m not pretending to be IISAI. IISAI, if I was pretending to be you, why would I be saying that I’m not you?

  20. Stu –
    Are you sure you didn’t use the ALF. Because the ALF is an actual organization that probably does the most extreme enviroactivism. I thought the ELF was involved because you posted a picture of yourself on Instagram in Colorado on a mountain that the ELF sabotaged.

  21. david1mill

    If I had used the ALF, then I would have said that I did. What mountain in Colorado are you talking about?

  22. Stu –
    Blue Sky Basin
    Sorry about the ALF. I just thought it was kind of strange.

  23. IISAI-

    lets start with the letters and how they connect the the keypad on a phone

    Now, let’s see those co-ordinates to the alphabet
    Let’s keep going until we get something

    AAAAA: as in, screaming in sadness that, as much as you want to be, you’ll never be Your Biggest Fan

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