Books by Sue Harrison

CALL DOWN THE STARS by Sue Harrison
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 1, 2001

"Light the tribal fire and listen."
Final novel in the Arctic Storyteller Trilogy begun with the richly authentic Song of the River (1997) and Cry of the Wind (1999; not reviewed here), set in Alaska in the seventh century b.c. Read full book review >
SONG OF THE RIVER by Sue Harrison
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 1, 1997

"A warm yarn from the frozen North and as authentic as all get- out, with maps, glossary, author's clarifying notes—the works."
As in Brother Wind (1994) and others, Harrison once again displays her first-rate storytelling talents, here in a rousing tale of murder, revenge, and internecine warfare. Read full book review >
BROTHER WIND by Sue Harrison
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 24, 1994

"A cross between the Flintstones and Dynasty that somehow manages to work on its own level. (Author tour)"
Harrison's final entry in a prehistory trilogy set in the Aleutian Islands (My Sister the Moon, 1992, etc.) provides no more and no less than its predecessors, which means it is a standout, but only in the context of a genre never known for fine writing. Read full book review >
MY SISTER THE MOON by Sue Harrison
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 13, 1992

"The author is not, however, a master plotter, which frustrates but still shouldn't keep prehistoric-fiction fans stuck in their Jean Auel. (Literary Guild Dual Selection for May)"
A second foray into prehistory by the author of Mother Earth Father Sky (1990). Read full book review >