Books by Rebecca Ore

OUTLAW SCHOOL by Rebecca Ore
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Nov. 1, 2000

"Read it anyway."
In Ore's (Gaia's Toys, 1995, etc.) grim, chilling, brilliantly extrapolated, all-too-probable near-future, society is rigidly stratified by class; in state schools, middle-class children, especially girls, may not be as clever, articulate, or assertive as their social superiors. Read full book review >
GAIA'S TOYS by Rebecca Ore
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 1995

"Plausibly edgy and cynical, and often absorbing, but with insufficient plot and too thin a backdrop to be fully satisfying; the incongruous combination of first- and third-person narratives also doesn't help."
Dystopian, cyberpunkish, near-future paranoia from the author of Slow Funeral (1994). Read full book review >
SLOW FUNERAL by Rebecca Ore
Released: July 1, 1994

"Intriguing sometimes, but uninvolving."
Slow everything else too. Read full book review >