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.
(2009) The slave Gav has remarkable powers, a photographic memory and the ability to see the future, but he must hide these talents from those around him.
(1994) The first of Robinsonâs Mars trilogy, the colonization of the red planet holds many possibilities for the men and women who will start new lives there.
(2007) Pilot Chase Kolpath is in a race to find the interstellar spaceship Seeker and discover what happened to its crew.
(1997) After kidnappers steal her identity implant and leave her to die, Lore must learn from Spanner, a street-wise thief, how to fend for herself.
(1998) In Louis XIV-era France, Marie-JosÃ¨phe is commissioned by the king to study and bring back a living sea monster, but her discovery changes her world.
(2002) Kamoj Argalisâ plans to marry in order to prevent her people from starving are thwarted when a stranger appears and weds her first.
(2004) Lou Arrendale is faced with a life-changing decision when he is offered an experimental treatment that could reverse his high-functioning autism.
In this futuristic book, food is scarce and bio-engineering runs rampant. Calories are the new currency and bio-terrorism the tool for getting them.