Роман в жанре фэнтези. Параллельные Миры и группа немецких разведчиков 1940 года в поисках полезных ископаемых и убежища от местных жителей...
|Wasteland of flint||Harlan Thomas||In the Time of the Sixth Sun|
|Weapons of choice||Birmingham John||Axis of Time|
|Weaver||Baxter Stephen||Time's tapestry|
|West and East||Turtledove Harry||The War that came early, War That Came Early|
|Wielki król||Anderson Poul||Patrol czasu|
Winter in Eden
A new ice age threatens Earth. Facing extinction, the dinosaurs must employ their mastery of biology to swiftly reconquer human territory. Desperately, Kerrick launches an arduous quest to rally a final defense for humankind. With his beloved wife and young son, he heads north to the land of the whale hunters, east into the enemy’s stronghold, and south to a fateful reckoning with destiny.
With Fate Conspire
Marie Brennan returns to the Onyx Court, a fairy city hidden below Queen Victoria’s London. Now the Onyx Court faces its greatest challenge.
Seven years ago, Eliza’s childhood sweetheart vanished from the streets of Whitechapel. No one believed her when she told them that he was stolen away by the faeries.
But she hasn’t given up the search. It will lead her across London and into the hidden palace that gives refuge to faeries in the mortal world. That refuge is now crumbling, broken by the iron of the underground railway, and the resulting chaos spills over to the streets above.
Three centuries of the Onyx Court are about to come to an end. Without the palace’s protection, the fae have little choice but to flee. Those who stay have one goal: to find safety in a city that does not welcome them. But what price will the mortals of London pay for that safety?
With Fate Conspire is a Kirkus Reviews Best of 2011 Science Fiction & Fantasy title.
|Brennan Marie||Onyx Court|
World Next Door (A Short Story)
This is a short story published in Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine in September 1987. World Next Door: A Novel published in 1990.
Worlds That Weren't
This is a landmark anthology of four original novellas by the reigning masters of alternate history. Set in different eras, different places, and different times, these forays into “what might have been” showcases the stunning breadth and far-reaching possibilities the genre represents.
|Williams Walter Jon, Stirling S M, Turtledove Harry, Williams Harry, Gentle Mary|