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novels
 
 
2000
Revelation Space
2001
Chasm City
2002
Redemption Ark
2003
Absolution Gap
 
 
short stories
 
 
1990
Nunivak Snowflaes
1990
Dilation Sleep
1991
Enola
1992
Digital to Analogue
1995
Byrd Land Six
1996
* Spirey and the Queen
1997
* A Spy in Europa
1998
On the Oodnadatta
1998
Stroboscopic
1999
Galactic North
1999
Angel's of Ashes
1999
Viper
2000
Great Wall of Mars
2000
Merlin's Gun
2000
Hideaway
2001
Glacial
2001
Diamond Dogs
2002
The Real Story
2002
Turquoise Days
2003
Emmissary
 
 
stories marked with a '*' are available online. please see our 'links' section.
 
 
 
 
alastair reynolds

 
 
8.5/10
revelation space
first 'inhibitors' volume
 

'Revelation Space' is the explosive first entry in a stunning new space opera. The novel hosts a wildly engrossing plotline, set against one of the most unique worlds in recent memory. Reynolds brings his techno-gothic vision to a screaming life.

 
 
8.0/10
redemption ark
second 'inhibitors' volume
 

'Redemption Ark' proves that Alastair Reynolds is a name to be reckoned with in modern science fiction. Expanding the scope of the first novel, this one adds to a fascinating universe and drops tantalizing clues about the true nature of the 'Inhibitors'.

 
 
8.5/10
absolution gap
third 'inhibitors' volume
 

An unquestionably beautiful book, 'Absolution Gap' stands as testament to the wild scope of Reynolds' imagination. Characterized by intense pacing, fabulous action sequences, believable characters and first rate narrative. A triumph of science fiction.

 
stand-alone
8.0/10
chasm city
stand-alone novel, same setting
 

Taking place in the same world as 'Revelation Space', 'Chasm City' unfolds as a hybrid of character-driven drama and gothic sci-fi. Reynolds builds on a magnificent world, and throws plenty of action and plot twists into the mix. Well written and thoroughly enjoyable.

 
2 novellas
8.0/10
diamond dogs, turquoise days
2 novellas, same setting
 

We return to Reynolds' epic universe with these two engaging novellas. Filled with the same depth of plot and creativity as the full-length novels, this volume makes an excellent addition which shouldn't be missed.