Books by Jeffrey A. Carver

ETERNITY’S END by Jeffrey A. Carver
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Dec. 1, 2000

"Overall, much less convincing than the author's splendid Chaos Chronicles (The Infinite Sea, 1996, etc.)."
Carver extends his established series about the star riggers, who navigate spaceships through the perilous region of space-time called the Flux. Read full book review >
THE INFINITE SEA by Jeffrey A. Carver
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Aug. 1, 1996

"Another splendid adventure, with intriguing puzzles, first- rate problem-solving, and an impressive array of alien characters, motives, and methods."
The third exercise in alien science and diplomacy for former planetary surveyor John Bandicut (Strange Attractors, 1995; Neptune Crossing, 1994), his embedded translator stones, his cranial lodger (the serially immortal quarx—this latest version is female), his alien allies Ik, Li-Jared, and Antares, and the intelligent robots Napoleon and Copernicus. Read full book review >
STRANGE ATTRACTORS by Jeffrey A. Carver
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: March 1, 1995

"A dazzling, thrilling, innovative space opera—a remarkable turnaround after the half-baked series opener, and probably Carver's best effort to date."
The second of Carver's independently intelligible Chaos Chronicles (Neptune Crossing, 1994) featuring surveyor John Bandicut who—aided by his superintelligent, disembodied cranial lodger, the quarx—saved the Earth from being blasted by a comet. Read full book review >
NEPTUNE CROSSING by Jeffrey A. Carver
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: April 1, 1994

"Not an auspicious send- off."
First of a series involving aliens and chaos theory, and set on Neptune's moon Triton, from the author of The Rapture Effect (1987), The Infinity Link (1984), etc. After alien ruins are found on remote, chilly Triton, the MINEXFO mining corporation sends an expedition to prospect and recover usable, if mysterious, metals. Read full book review >