Carter and company are hitting the books! You can visit America's smartest little town even with the TV turned off because Eureka's first-ever novel, Eureka: Substitution Method, comes out TODAY, August 31!
Here's the book's description:
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Founded by Albert Einstein and Harry Truman after WWII, Eureka is home to the greatest minds in science and technology. But the creations of these eccentric geniuses threaten to destroy the world as often as they save it. Jack Carter is the everyman sheriff who must use his common sense and unique street smarts to keep a lid on this Pandora's Box of a town. Especially now, when Eureka's people, cars, and buildings are being swapped with people, cars and buildings from other places.
The second novel, Eureka: Brain Box Blues, will be released in November:
Even the brightest of Eureka's residents can't read someone else's mind. Then Global Dynamics develops the Brain Box: a device capable of capturing and storing human thoughts. When the Box starts messing with people's minds, Sheriff Jack Carter will have to keep his thoughts to himself if he's going to save the town from going out of their heads.
The books are wholly new stories set in the world of Eureka, and are written by author Cris Ramsay. He's not a writer on the show, but Executive Producer Jaime Paglia was involved in the preliminary development of the book series, and our own Eric Wallace and Paula Yoo have provided feedback throughout the writing process.
It's an exciting thing for a show to get a novel series, so check 'em out!