Books by Pamela Dean

Released: June 15, 1998

"Best regarded as a single prolonged, darkish metaphor, despite the YA appeal of the backdrop, impossibly mature characters, and oh-so-stealthy plot."
Fantasy based on a traditional ballad, from the author of The Dubious Hills (1994), etc. The Meriweather sisters—Juniper, 16, Gentian, 14, and Rosemary, 11—live in a large Victorian house and attend an open school. Read full book review >
THE DUBIOUS HILLS by Pamela Dean
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: April 1, 1994

"Different and utterly charming, with enormous appeal on several different levels."
Original, oddball, other-world fantasy from the author of Tam Lin (1992). Read full book review >
TAM LIN by Pamela Dean
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: April 24, 1991

"But the energetic prose carries the dithering plot along comfortably, and when the Otherworld does intrude, it is as creepy, seductive, and threatening as it is in the ancient tales themselves."
Despite their titles, the novels in the Fairy Tales series (Patricia C. Wrede's Snow White and Rose Red, 1989) are not simple retellings of familiar stories. Read full book review >