Books by David Ely

A JOURNAL OF THE FLOOD YEAR by David Ely
Released: Jan. 27, 1992

"Somewhat schematic and episodic, with a too-naive protagonist, but still an inventive cautionary tale in which the vivid technological features are unsettling in their plausibility."
A bleak futuristic saga combining primal urges with an abhorrence of any human touch—from Ely (Always Home, p. 485, etc.), who situates a desperate love story in an America where technology has long since reached its terrifying zenith and decay has set in with catastrophic consequences. Read full book review >
ALWAYS HOME by David Ely
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 12, 1991

"But in this eye-glazing circus parade, it's the author's showiness that finally stands out."
Peculiar is perhaps the only word that does justice to the wide range of stories included in this second collection by the author of such novels as Seconds and The Tour. Read full book review >