- 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.
- Stone Mad
Bear’s fans will definitely want to catch Karen’s latest adventure.
- New Amsterdam
Campbell Award–winner Bear (Carnival ) introduces a tough, witty female sleuth.
- 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.
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
- Killing Titan
In Bear's War Dogs, aliens called the Gurus offered humans advanced technology.
- 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.
- Range of Ghosts
Bear (Ad Eternum) launches a trilogy in a fantastic new world with this compelling tale.
- 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.
- 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.
Drugs, gangs and Internet warfare run rampant in Bear's ambitious debut novel, an SF thriller set in 2062.
- 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.
Hard-science-fiction master Bear's ( Queen of Angels ) gem of a novella shines with provocative scientific speculation, well-drawn characters and powerful prose.
- 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.
- Songs of Earth and Power
Two of Bear's earlier and closely related novels, each originally published in its own mass market edition, have now been expanded and placed between one set of hard covers.