Books by Michaela Roessner

THE STARS COMPEL by Michaela Roessner
Released: Oct. 5, 1999

"Richly detailed, with an effective medieval backdrop, this heavy and occasionally arcane tale should appeal to fans of the previous volume."
Sequel to The Stars Dispose (1997), Roessner's rather arcane, food-oriented fantasy set in early 16th-century Florence. Read full book review >
THE STARS DISPOSE by Michaela Roessner
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 1997

"Somehow, Confessions of a Florentine Foodie collided with The Young Sorcerer's Guide to the Occult, producing a rich but indigestible stew."
Renaissance fantasy set in Florence in the late 1520s, from the author of Vanishing Point (1993). Read full book review >
VANISHING POINT by Michaela Roessner
Released: July 1, 1993

"Deeply satisfying."
Roessner's hardcover debut—part scientific puzzler, part social projection, part mutable-reality shocker—explores an intriguing conjecture: What if 90 percent of the human race, selected utterly at random, suddenly vanished without a trace? Read full book review >