Books by Howard V. Hendrix

Howard V. Hendrix has held jobs ranging from janitor to fish hatchery manager to university professor and administrator. His degrees range from a BS in Biology (Xavier University, 1980) to a PhD in English Literature (University of California, Riverside,


SPEARS OF GOD by Howard V. Hendrix
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Nov. 28, 2006

"Though Hendrix tends to gnaw his ideas to bits, he has a genuine knack for writing snappy, realistic action sequences; pity he obliges his readers to slog through what seems like hundreds of pages of exposition to reach them."
Near-future quasi-sequel to Better Angels (1999), about a space-fungus that, when ingested by humans, produces cosmically connected mental development, and what-all besides. Read full book review >
EMPTY CITIES OF THE FULL MOON by Howard V. Hendrix
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Aug. 7, 2001

"Not for the cerebrally timid but overflowing with gorgeous polyphony."
Polymath Hendrix (Better Angels, 1999, etc.) posits a polymorphous future for protean readers whose imaginations can pass through any plotline. Read full book review >
BETTER ANGELS by Howard V. Hendrix
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Oct. 11, 1999

"Extraordinarily rich in ideas, but bogged down by indistinguishable characters and laborious exposition."
This hardcover debut from the author of Standing Wave, etc. arrives too late for a full review. Read full book review >