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Series of "Stranger Things" books coming from Netflix, Penguin Random House

10 June 2018

The Netflix original series "Stranger Things" may only have two seasons, but it's beloved by so many people all across the world.

Penguin Random House and Netflix are teaming up to bring us a bunch of awesome Stranger Things books that will begin hitting bookshelves this fall.

The world of Stranger Things is about to get bigger.

The series is currently in production on it’s third season which will most likely premiere in 2019
The series is currently in production on it’s third season which will most likely premiere in 2019

The first two byproducts of the deal will be companion books.

A prequel novel about Eleven's mom and the MKUltra program along with other stories will arrive in early 2019. Project MKUltra, which was an actual Central Intelligence Agency program, is how Eleven got her mental powers while being experimented on under the watchful eye of the nefarious Dr. Brenner (Matthew Modine).

The novel is going to be penned by Gwenda Bond, who you might know as the brilliant author behind the Lois Lane lane trilogy and the Cirque American trilogy.

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Even more titles aimed at adults and younger readers are set to arrive later in 2019.

Fans of the Netflix series will be able to enjoy more stories from the town of Hawkins, Indiana - and its infamous Upside Down - thanks to the collaboration with Penguin Random House, a spokesperson for the streaming service tells TheWrap.

Sounds absolutely awesome. We'll let you know more about it when we get it.

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The Stranger Things books will initially release under the USA and British Commonwealth publishing teams of Del Rey Books, Random House Children's Books, Cornerstone Publishing, and Penguin Random House Children's United Kingdom, with additional territories and imprints to follow.

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