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  • Mariposa
    In bestseller Bear's intriguing near-future thriller, a powerful financier stands ready to seize control of America as the nation teeters on the brink of economic collapse.
    09/07/2009
  • The Forge of God
    SF readers may wonder where the earlier Bear has gone, but others should enjoy this smooth, professional performance.
    08/04/1987
  • Bone and Jewel Creatures
    Few family feuds feature gem-studded automatons facing off against zombies, but this quirky short fantasy by Hugo-winner Bear (By the Mountain Bound ) is the exception.
    02/01/2010
  • Book of Iron
    Friends are the family we choose, a maxim that lies at the heart of this short but sharp novella, which ties in to Bear’s Eternal Sky novel series.
    06/17/2013
  • All the Windwracked Stars
    Readers will be captivated by Bear's incredibly complex, broken characters; multilayered themes of redemption; and haunting, world-breaking decisions.
    09/08/2008
  • Seven for a Secret
    Hugo-winner Bear’s sequel to 2007’s New Amsterdam will please fans of the earlier book, a series of alternate history novellas.
    01/05/2009
  • The White City
    The sole cause for disappointment is that things wrap up too quickly and easily, with limited exposure to the strange minds of Bear's decidedly posthuman vampires.
    11/22/2010
  • Ad Eternum
    Bear’s final vignette (after The White City) in her New Amsterdam alternate history series brings world-weary wampyr Sebastien de Ulloa back to New Amsterdam for the first time in 60 years.
    10/03/2011
  • Steles of the Sky
    Bear’s trilogy makes a rich contribution to epic fantasy’s expanding borders of emotion and invention.
    02/24/2014
  • The Chains That You Refuse and Other Stories
    Bear (Hammered ) is better when forced into the more traditional discipline of the Victorian pastiche with "Tiger!
    05/29/2006
  • Darwin's Radio
    FYI: Bear has won two Hugos and four Nebulas.
    08/02/1999
  • Dinosaur Summer
    Dispensing with his usual futuristic fare, Bear (Slant) looks backward for some old-fashioned SF with a modernist spin--and mixed results.
    02/02/1998
  • Slant
    Bear, who's won two Hugos and four Nebulas, should rack up nominations if not wins for this one as well.
    06/30/1997
  • Shattered Pillars
    Imperial intrigue and dark magic haunt the pages of Bear’s second Mongolia-inspired fantasy epic installment (after Range of Ghosts).
    01/28/2013
  • Legacy
    Hard science and human interest intersect ingeniously in this prequel to Bear's Eon (1987) and Eternity (1988).
    05/01/1995

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