Books by Katharine Kerr

SNARE by Katharine Kerr
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: April 1, 2003

"Solid SF adventure with a reasonable quota of interesting ideas for readers to chew on."
In this hefty tome, Kerr (The Shimmering Door, 1996) turns from Celtic-tinged fantasy to sweepingly far-future adventure on an alien world. Read full book review >
THE RED WYVERN by Katharine Kerr
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Nov. 10, 1997

"More of the usual."
First of a series within a series: Although set within Kerr's existing Celtic fantasy world of Deverry (A Time of Omens, 1992, etc.), this one kicks off a new set of characters and doings. Read full book review >
THE SHIMMERING DOOR by Katharine Kerr
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 1996

"Not flawless, but nearly so."
A veteran fantasy writer's (Freeze Frames, 1995, etc.) anthology of 32 contemporary, original, mostly American stories. Read full book review >
FREEZE FRAMES by Katharine Kerr
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 1995

"Baloney, whichever way you slice it."
From the author of Days of Blood and Fire, (1993), etc.: an imponderable and improbable concoction of six mostly inconclusive stories, ranging from the 1960's to the 21st century, that feature the unremarkable Maggie Corey and her descendants and that are also linked—if you can believe it—by the devil, an undead rabbi, and an invading telepathic alien race. Read full book review >
DAYS OF BLOOD AND FIRE by Katharine Kerr
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Aug. 16, 1993

"For series fans only."
Kerr's latest fantasy novel of the Westlands continues the story begun in A Time of Omens (1992). Read full book review >
A TIME OF EXILE by Katharine Kerr
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: June 1, 1991

"Standard, undemanding fare for series fans."
From a tangled tale of magic, reincarnation, predestination, and vengeance (Daggerspell), Kerr's saga has mutated into fairly straightforward Celtic fantasy (cf. Read full book review >
THE BRISTLING WOOD by Katharine Kerr
Released: March 23, 1989

Third in the—series?—after Daggerspell (1986) and Darkspell (1988), which started life as the story of the immortal sorcerer Nevyn's age-old, unceasing labors to right ancient wrongs and fulfill his sworn oath. Read full book review >