In the mountains around the small town of Silver Gap, Colorado, bark beetles—aided by a warming climate—are decimating the pine forests. That environmental degradation has brought Alex Converse, wealthy heir and would-be documentary filmmaker, to town. And his arrival coincides with another—the reappearance of wolves, long thought to be extinct in the state.
But these are no ordinary wolves. They’re big, cunning, ferocious, and very, very hungry. As the town grapples with that danger, an even more terrifying predator emerges, one without fur and fangs . . . one wearing a human face.
Season of the Wolf is a heart-stopping supernatural thriller about the nature of evil, the evils of nature, and the epic struggle between a small town’s residents and impossible creatures from the dawn of history.
Kevin J. Anderson’s Saga of Seven Suns and Saga of Shadows cover a future interstellar empire and a galaxy at war.
These two short novels, Veiled Alliances and Whistling Past the Graveyard, tell key parts of the saga. Veiled Alliances is a prequel to the entire series, and Whistling Past the Graveyard is the connecting novel between the two series.
The world knows Frank Herbert, and for good reason. As the creator of Dune, one of the greatest science fiction novels of all time, his name is synonymous with world-building and epic science fiction. Yet he wrote in many genres for many years. This boxed set brings together ten volumes of both classic works and previously unpublished published stories and novels. Journey far afield with stories of artificial intelligence in hybernation starships, global libraries, new planets, and alien observers, or stay closer to home on Earth in stories of deadly manhunts, class war and revolution, kidnapping, and the dangers lurking in a quiet Mexican town. Each work bears the mark of this master craftsman.
Contained within are the volumes A Game of Authors, Angels' Fall, Destination: Void, Direct Descent, The Godmakers, The Heaven Makers, High-Opp, Soul Catcher, A Thorn in the Bush, and Frank Herbert: Unpublished Stories.