Books by Jeffrey E. Barlough

STRANGE CARGO by Jeffrey E. Barlough
Released: Aug. 3, 2004

"These not entirely auspicious plot elements unfortunately fail to cohere, and the separate resolutions, while apposite, will not fully gratify expectant readers. After the demented dazzle of Dark Sleeper (2000), Barlough plummets back to Earth with an audible thump."
Another fantasy set in a world where a huge, mysterious object struck the Earth, causing the "sundering," a new Ice Age, and the reappearance of megafauna. Civilization, socially and technologically Victorian, clings to a narrow strip of coast. Read full book review >
DARK SLEEPER by Jeffrey E. Barlough
Released: Sept. 11, 2000

"An imperturbably entertaining romance—and biologist, veterinarian, science scholar Barlough's 'first novel from a mainstream publisher.' "
If Arthur Conan Doyle and H.P. Lovecraft had collaborated on a novel (which, in a properly run universe, assuredly would have happened), the result might have been like this engagingly goofy fantasy melodrama, in which mastodons and "saber cats" prowl the environs of an embattled seaport city very like Victorian London. Read full book review >