Books by Paul Preuss

SECRET PASSAGES by Paul Preuss
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Aug. 1, 1997

"Impressive, low-key, resonant, with a fascinating Cretan backdrop and life-sized characters: Preuss's best outing so far."
Contemporary science fictiontinged novel featuring some of the characters from Broken Symmetries (1983), thankfully without that yarn's overwrought melodrama. Read full book review >
CORE by Paul Preuss
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Aug. 20, 1993

"Notwithstanding the inherent improbability of any such material as hudderite: a fascinating scientific-technical spectacle, and never mind the tepid romancing, humdrum father-son clashes, and generally creaky plot."
Maybe-here-and-now yarn about a project to drill a hole down to the Earth's core in order to study the source of the planet's magnetic field, which is breaking down and wobbling about and threatening to cause all sorts of disasters. Read full book review >