Books by Pierre Ouellette

THE THIRD PANDEMIC by Pierre Ouellette
Released: Sept. 1, 1996

"Very scary, a fabulously grisly amusement not to be read in bed. (Author tour)"
A plague novel, chockablock with microbiological weirdness and humans who behave at times with about as much conscience as microbes: a story as absorbingly ambitious as Ouellette's debut fiction (The Deus Machine, 1994). Read full book review >
THE DEUS MACHINE by Pierre Ouellette
Released: Jan. 1, 1994

"Fully-fleshed characters, nicely etched scenery, and a good, old-fashioned moral core—all balance the almost unbearably complex and scary cyberthrills."
Many, many microprocessors—packed together in Portland to serve the needs of a political conspiracy—start thinking independently, scaring the bejeezus out of the Pacific Northwest and bringing some order to the life of a deserted child. Read full book review >