Stephen B. Pearl books in order
Stephen B. Pearl is an author with several published books that cut across different genres; with the key one being science fiction.
In his written works, Stephen prefers incorporating existing geographical places whilst focusing strongly on the probable, realistic consequences of the worlds that he creates.
Genres: Fantasy / SF, Thriller, Young Adult
- Horn of the Kraken (2015)
- War of the Worlds 2030 (2013)
- Worlds Apart (2013)
- Nukekubi (2012)
- The Hollow Curse (2009)
- Slaves Of Love (2010)
- Tinker's Plague (2009)
- Tinker's Sea (2016)
Detailed book overview
Based on historically accurate settings and locations, while harmoniously bringing together real world situations with myth and fantasy adventure, Horn of the Kraken is the outcome of what would happen if Ocean's Eleven met Lord of the Rings.
A group of heroes, during the sword age of Ragnarok (the Norse apocalypse) come up with a plan to steal the horn of the kraken from Hakon.
Their motive emanates from the fact that Hakon—the bastard pretender to the throne of Norveig—is using the horn to sink the ships of Jarl Eric Bloodaxe, so as to triumph in the war between them.
My name is Doctor Richard Green. When the Darmuks came from across the universe in the name of friendship, humans accepted them with open arms. Ashley, Zane and I struggled to understand the biology-based technology they were offering and the dangers it represented.
Now war rages, pitting man against the mutant beasts.
As though that is not enough, the Darmuks have abducted Ashley, forcibly making her a modem for their biological computer.
What they don’t know is that I have what it takes to defeat their science.
But to do this, Zane and I must join Ashley, and sacrifice everything with the hope that it will be enough to save humanity.
Markus, a wizard from a parallel earth, comes to our world with the hope of bringing an end to a blight that is destroying his kind. While here, he crosses paths with Alcina. She is a Wiccan Priestess who is deeply embroiled with Carl in a struggle over the custody of their son, Tim.
What’s worse is that Carl left without a word eight years ago; abandoning her when she was pregnant.
Will Markus be able to save the boy?
What of the strong attraction that they share?
Will love be able to bridge the gap between two people who are quite literally Worlds Apart?
From ancient days nukekubi have haunted Japan. Living as men by day, they tear their heads off their bodies at night and go looking for humans to feast on.
Ray McAndrues, a modern-day wizard, has to come up with a way of destroying the nukekubi that is feeding on the residents of Toronto.
Working with Cathy, a seasoned sorceress, along with two Japanese martial artists in Toshiro and Kunio, they commit their lives to hunting down nukekubi.
But how could you possibly destroy a beast that takes the form of man by day, without destroying the man?
Ben and Alysia are the current incarnations of soul mates condemned in a previous life to be separated by age and social norms until they embrace their love, share a lifetime, and raise an offspring.
The book tells the story of some of their incarnation, showing how the spirit that has now taken control of Dorry—Alysia's girlfriend from collage and the reason why the curse came to be in a previous incarnation—has harassed them from one life to another.
The year is 2105. Race is an ex-cop turned private detective who struggles to control Ralph, an artificial personality implanted in him in order to help infiltrate the crime syndicates.
Ralph is basically a sociopath; resistant to the anti-violence conditioning given to everyone when they attain the age of ten.
Everything seems to be going well, until Astra, Race's secret fantasy, receives protoerotoskillen— a drug that turns her into a love-slave.
Race frees Astra but, in the process, runs a fowl of the local crime syndicate who want Ralph back in their organization.
Will Race sacrifice himself to a living death with Ralph once more in charge of their shared body or is there another way?
“Oil reserves depleted. Society collapsed.”
Novo Gaia uses sustainable energy to better the lives of the citizens of southern Ontario.
Looking to make a profit, Novo Gaia deploys Doctors of Applied General Technology, otherwise known as tinkers, into the Dark Lands.
Brad Cooper, a tinker on his route in Guelph, finds himself stranded in a plague outbreak. Trapped in the quarantine zone without any external help, he must rely on the little medical training he has acquired to treat the insidious relic from an age of excess.
While this happens, panicked residents inside the quarantine zone disrupt relief efforts.
Overworked, doubted by the people he is helping, frustrated by political rivals whilst risking his own life, Brad knows he must keep fighting before the casualties reach unimaginable heights.