Books by Dave Wolverton

Released: Jan. 1, 1997

"Business as usual for this harmless Star Wars variant."
More galactic hijinks as humanity and bear-kind battle the insectoid Dronon invaders in this addition to the curdled science fiction/fantasy hybrid series (Beyond the Gate, 1995, etc.). Read full book review >
BEYOND THE GATE by Dave Wolverton
Released: Aug. 1, 1995

"Only fans need apply."
Sequel to The Golden Queen (1994), Wolverton's problematic hybrid sword/science-fiction space opera involving far-future Irish warriors, talking bears, and invading insectoid ``dronons.'' This time, as warrior Gallen O'Day and innkeeper Maggie Flynn prepare to wed, Gallen receives a message through his magic mantle from Everynne, the human ruler of the galaxy, summoning him to planet Tremonthin, where human genetic engineering has reached a pinnacle of creativity. Read full book review >
THE GOLDEN QUEEN by Dave Wolverton
Released: Aug. 1, 1994

"Well, despite Wolverton's contorted superscience, feeble plotting, and jerry-built prose, fans of his Star Wars outing will probably wish to investigate."
From the author of the recent Star Wars yarn The Courtship of Princess Leia (p.254), a hybrid sword/science-fiction space opera set in a far future where humans, having spread through the galaxy, are now threatened by invading insectoid dronons who have killed Semaritte, the human ruler, and taken over her planet-size computer. Read full book review >
Released: April 15, 1994

"With firmer prose, more realistic dialogue, and more action than the previous Star Wars outing (Kathy Tyers's bestselling The Truce at Bakura—not reviewed), this should sell at least as well. (First printing of 375,000)"
If you thought Han Solo and Princess Leia were an item—not so fast. Read full book review >