Robert Silverberg

Updated September 9, 2006

I've known about Robert Silverberg for a long time, but for some reason, never read any of his books. Well, I finally rectified that, and it was an enjoyable experience.

Books I've Read by Robert Silverberg

Hot Sky at Midnight (Paperback Edition) or (Paperback (Reprint) edition) or (Hardcover edition)
Hot Sky at Midnight

Centuries from now, ecological disaster has overtaken the earth. Humanity is faced with two options: flee to the stars, or genetically engineer itself into a kind of creature that no longer needs to breathe the poisoned air. Against this backdrop a mysterious spy, a blind man with extrasensory vision, and a brilliant but tortured scientist struggle to alter the course of the future. Meanwhile, megacorps compete for the lucrative rights to act as humankind's savior--or to steal its soul. (book description)

(I haven't read this book, yet) Legends II: Dragon, Sword, and King (Mass Market Paperback)
Legends II: Dragon, Sword, and King

Here is the second of two volumes featuring the best in modern fantasy. These masterly short novels are both mesmerizing stand-alones and indispensable additions to the epics on which they are based

TERRY BROOKS adds an exciting epilogue to The Wishsong of Shannara in "Indomitable," the tale of Jair Ohmsford's desperate quest to complete the destruction of the evil Ildatch . . . armed with only the magic of illusion.

GEORGE R.R. MARTIN continues the adventures of Dunk, a young knight, and his unusual squire, Egg, in "The Sworn Sword," set a generation before the events in A Song of Ice and Fire.

DIANA GABALDON turns to an important character from her Outlander saga—Lord John Grey—in "Lord John and the Succubus," a supernatural thriller set in the early days of the Seven Years War.

ORSON SCOTT CARD tells a tale of Alvin Maker and the Mighty Mississippi, featuring a couple of ne'er-do-wells named Jim Bowie and Abe Lincoln, in "The Yazoo Queen."

ELIZABETH HAYDON tells of the destruction of Serendair and the fate of its last defenders in "Threshold," set at the end of the Third Age of her Symphony of Ages series. (book description)

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