Take Back the Sky

Take Back the Sky

War Dogs, Book 3
December 20, 2016

Marooned beneath the icy, waxy crust of Saturn's moon, Titan, Skyrine Michael Venn and his comrades face double danger from Earth and from the Antagonists. Haunted by their dead, the former combatants must now team up with their enemies, forget their indoctrination and their training, and journey far beyond Pluto to the fabled Planet X...

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News

Journeys Through Time and Space
07/11/2017

Journeys Through Time and Space Greg Bear has partnered with The Portalist to create an exclusive ebook bundle of his top five classic science fiction and fantasy books of all time. The collection will be broadly released to the public on July 11 through all major ebook retailers for only $5.99.
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House Deconstruction
07/11/2017

"Our friend Jim Barger passes along this amazing blog covering the deconstruction and recovery of an old home in Seattle, one of his major passions and motivations during the past decade, as a homebuilder and contractor. Waste in the construction industry can be greatly reduced, and recycling improved, and Jim is a pioneer in the local efforts to accomplish these goals. Beyond that, this blog and photo series is a deep look, quite literally, into where and how we live." -- Greg
[House Deconstruction]

Junocam: the movie
06/20/2017

"Michael Ravine gives us a head's up about this Junocam animation of a near-Jupiter loop, with a familiar Ligeti accompaniment... I guarantee a spiritual/scientific response. Mesmerizing and extraordinary!" - Greg
[Fly Around Jupiter Now!]

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About Greg Bear

Portrait of Greg Bear by Astrid Anderson Bear, 2006

Greg Bear is the author of KILLING TITAN (Orbit 2015 - sequel to WAR DOGS), HULL ZERO THREE (Orbit 2010), CITY AT THE END OF TIME (Del Rey 2009), MARIPOSA (Perseus paperback November 2010), HALO: CRYPTUM, HALO: PRIMORDIUM, and HALO: SILENTIUM (Tor, 2011, 2012, and 2013). He's the father of two young writers, Erik and Alexandra, and is married to Astrid Anderson Bear, who has written for SAN DIEGO NOIR.

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