Margaret Wander Bonanno Books In Order

Others Books In Order

  1. The Others (1990)
  2. Otherwhere (1991)
  3. Otherwise (1993)

Preternatural Books In Order

  1. Preternatural (1996)
  2. Preternatural Too (2000)
  3. Preternatural 3 (2013)

Ailuranth Books In Order

  1. Ailuranth: Chapter 1 (2018)
  2. Ailuranth: Chapter 2 (2018)
  3. Ailuranth: Chapter 3 (2018)
  4. Ailuranth: Chapter 4 (2018)
  5. Ailuranth: Chapter 5 (2018)
  6. Ailuranth: Chapter 6 (2018)
  7. Ailuranth: Chapter 7 (2018)
  8. Ailuranth: Chapter 8 (2018)
  9. Ailuranth: Chapter 9 (2018)
  10. Ailuranth: Chapter 10 (2018)
  11. Ailuranth: Chapter 11 (2018)
  12. Ailuranth: Chapter 12 (2018)
  13. Ailuranth: Book I (2019)

Novels

  1. Ember Days (1980)
  2. Callbacks (1981)
  3. Risks (1989)
  4. Saturn’s Child (1995)
  5. Ain’t Exactly Clear (2016)

Collections

  1. A Certain Slant of Light (1979)

Non fiction

  1. Angela Lansbury (1987)

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Margaret Wander Bonanno Books Overview

The Others

What if Columbus had stumbled upon a 21st century civilization in the New World? The Others and its sequels Otherwhere and Otherwise explore the inevitable conflict that arises from such a clash of cultures through the eyes of two women, one from each world, whose love and courage transcend time and ideology.

Otherwhere

What if Columbus had stumbled upon a 21st century civilization in the New World? Otherwhere, like its predecessor The Others, explores the inevitable conflict that arises from such a clash of cultures through the eyes of two women, each from either world, whose loves and courage transcend time and ideology.

Otherwise

What if Columbus had stumbled upon a 21st century civilization in the New World? Continuing the story begun in The Others and Otherwhere, Otherwise explores the inevitable conflict that arises from such a clash of cultures through the eyes of two women, each from either world, whose love and courage transcend time and ideology.

Preternatural Too

Karen Guerreri is an obscure writer of science fiction novels. She is half convinced that her invisibility far from qualifying as a superpower in a world of mad scientist villains has simply left her alone and forgotten in the junk heap of literary black holes. Her first attempt to write ‘real’ books backfired with the unacclaimed Preternatural. In that book, she became confused as to whether she was creating the intergalactic jellyfish, which she was writing about, or if they were controlling her. Karen addresses the question by writing a sequel and thus begins Preternatural Too: Gyre, quite possibly one of the most improbable follow ups in history. Skipping in and out of this world and teetering on the edge of sanity itself, Gyre stands like the proverbial shout into the void, raising more questions in postmodern exploration than its predecessor.

Preternatural 3

Govannons people, a.k.a. TQ, have always had the knack of transmigrating from There to Here. But then the timeline hiccuped, stranding the entire species between dimensions, neither Here nor There. Meanwhile, one of Govannons human avatars seems to be in two places at once. Unless he and Karen solve this, Govannon may have to settle for a human life. With her usual stylistic flare, Bonanno takes the reader on a roller coaster ride through the Mobius strip of time.

Saturn’s Child

Born in the late twenty first century with amazing powers, Saturna, a half human, half Fazisian, innocently incites an uprising that threatens her home system with all out interplanetary war. PW.

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