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  • Ancestral Night
    Amid a space opera resurgence, Bear’s novel sets the bar high.
    11/12/2018
  • Blood and Iron
    Ancient grudges and ruthless schemes are simply business as usual to the Faerie court in Bear's complex and involving contemporary fantasy.
    05/15/2006
  • Stone Mad
    Bear’s fans will definitely want to catch Karen’s latest adventure.
    03/19/2018
  • The Unfinished Land
    Bear’s prose is impressive, but readers may struggle to make sense of his surrealist dreamscapes and inconsistently applied Early Modern English.
    10/19/2020
  • New Amsterdam
    Campbell Award–winner Bear (Carnival ) introduces a tough, witty female sleuth.
    03/19/2007
  • Quantico
    This thought-provoking near-future thriller from bestseller Bear (Dead Lines ) focuses on two young FBI agents: William Griffin, the son of a legendary FBI lawman, struggles through training; Fouad Al-Husam, who expects suspicion for his heritage and Muslim faith, finds himself instead sent
    01/22/2007
  • Killing Titan
    In Bear's War Dogs, aliens called the Gurus offered humans advanced technology.
    10/19/2015
  • Range of Ghosts
    Bear (Ad Eternum) launches a trilogy in a fantastic new world with this compelling tale.
    01/23/2012
  • War Dogs
    Stuffed with adrenaline-pumping action and mystifying ambiguity, Bear’s series launch is a tempest of rousing SF adventure with a dash of Peckinpah.
    08/25/2014
  • Karen Memory
    Bear (The Eternal Sky) gives Karen a colorful voice, sharp eyes, and the spunk and skills necessary to scuffle with bad types as well as to win over people whose help she needs.
    11/03/2014
  • HAMMERED
    Drugs, gangs and Internet warfare run rampant in Bear's ambitious debut novel, an SF thriller set in 2062.
    11/15/2004
  • The Sea Thy Mistress
    Hugo winner Bear pairs an insubstantial plot with broken, guilt-ridden characters in this quiet sequel to 2008's All the Windwracked Stars.
    01/03/2011
  • Shoggoths in Bloom
    Bear at her best is magical, as in "The Girl Who Sang Rose Madder," in which a former rock star has to choose between death as an artist and immortality as an undead hack musician.
    03/04/2013
  • Heads
    Hard-science-fiction master Bear's ( Queen of Angels ) gem of a novella shines with provocative scientific speculation, well-drawn characters and powerful prose.
    09/02/1991
  • The Bear
    These engrossing wildlife novels (the former, the basis for the popular film) mark the launch of this publisher's new imprint for middle readers.
    09/01/2005

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