Nebula Award: Best Novel
Started in 1966, the Nebula Award for Best Novel is presented annually to a science fiction or fantasy title that is chosen by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America association.
(2011) In this sequel to Blackout, three time-travelling historians must survive World War 2 while their supervisor attempts to get them back to the year 2060.
(2003) When Shadow is released from prison early, he begins a road-trip with the ancient god Odin who is preparing to battle the technological gods of today.
(2012) Morwenna Phelps moves to England to start a new life and find others like herself that practice magic, but her deadly past follows her there.
Three time-travelling historians visit the 1940s, only to realize that their presence might adversely affect the outcome of the second World War.
(2006) When a strange egg-shaped artifact is uncovered on the floor of the ocean, marine biologist Russell Sutton finds in it two very different alien life forms.
(2001) When an ancient disease that targets expectant mothers appears, a virologist and molecular biologist must work together to find a cure.
(1993) A time-travelling trip to medieval Oxford strands young historian Kivrin Engle, where she must survive the Black Death and find a way home.
(1995) A member of an elite and powerful family, Casseia Majumdar works for Martian unification in this science fiction political thriller.
(2005) This sequel follows the adventures of Ista Dy Baocia as she defends her home, Chalion, against attacks by demons from hell.