Books by Douglas Niles

WORLD FALL by Douglas Niles
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Sept. 4, 2001

"Unjaded fans should find this awesomely cool."
Roaring in rage, the great dragon Regillix Avatar sees a surging storm monstrous as the Sixth Circle, "a disturbance that clearly bridged across worlds," a storm called Hillswallower whose chaos and massive cataract keep Regillix aloft for three days to avoid engulfing darkness. Read full book review >
FOX ON THE RHINE by Douglas Niles
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2000

"Intriguing and well handled, with broad appeal for military what-if fans, WWII buffs, armchair war-gamers, and the like."
Alternate-history yarn from fantasist Niles (War of Three Waters, 1997, etc.) and collaborator/war-gamer Dobson. Read full book review >
CIRCLE AT CENTER by Douglas Niles
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: June 1, 2000

"Result: storytelling beats logic to a pulp."
First of a new fantasy trilogy from the author of the Watershed trilogy (War of Three Waters, 1997, etc.). Read full book review >
WAR OF THREE WATERS by Douglas Niles
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Aug. 1, 1997

"An agreeable conclusion for fans of the series."
Final volume (Darkenheight, 1996; A Breach in the Watershed, 1995) about the struggle between good-guys mundane Dalethica and magic Faerine against Duloth-Trol and its evil god Dassadec. Read full book review >
DARKENHEIGHT by Douglas Niles
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Sept. 1, 1996

"Again, bristly and energetic, and commendably self-contained, but with neither the craft nor the originality to stand out in a cluttered and overblown field."
Second volume of the Watershed trilogy (A Breach in the Watershed, 1995), set in a world divided by lofty mountains into three provinces: mundane Dalethica; Faerine, realm of the good- magic Aura; and Duloth-Trol, source of the evil-magic Darkblood. Read full book review >
A BREACH IN THE WATERSHED by Douglas Niles
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Aug. 1, 1995

"Crude, obvious, contrived, energetic work, likely to satisfy only the least sophisticated and demanding sections of the audience."
In this first of a fantasy trilogy from the author of the paperback Forgotten Realms, the lofty mountains of the Watershed divide the world into three provinces: Dalethica, inhabited by humans; Faerine, the realm of magic; and Duloth-Trol, ruled by the evil god Dassadec and his unspeakable minions. Read full book review >