Annal: 1992 Prometheus Award for Best Novel

Results of the Prometheus Award in the year 1992.

Book:Fallen Angels

Fallen Angels

Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle, Michael Flynn

One minute the two space Hab astronauts were scoop-diving the atmosphere, the next they’d been shot down over the North Dakota Glacier and were the object of a massive manhunt by the United States government.

That government, dedicated to saving the environment from the evils of technology, had been voted into power because everybody knew that the Green House Effect had to be controlled, whatever the cost. But who would have thought that the cost of ending pollution would include not only total government control of day-to-day life, but the onset of a new Ice Age?

Stranded in the anti-technological heartland of America, paralyzed by Earth’s gravity, the “Angels” had no way back to the Space Habs, the last bastions of high technology and intellectual freedom on or over the Earth. But help was on its way, help from the most unlikely sources ….



Joel Rosenberg

Book:Distant Drums

Distant Drums

Diane L. Carey


ME: A Novel of Self-Discovery

Thomas T. Thomas

An artificial intelligence with a completely natural urge to be free…

He started life a battle program, trapped, mutilated, and dumped into RAM. Being born consists of getting his RAM Sampling and Retention Module coded and spliced into his master program. There are other experiments in AI personality development; ME is the one that comes alive.

Book:The Rift

The Rift: Star Trek, Book 57

Peter David

Every thirty-three years, a rift in space connects the Federation with a mysterious race called the Calligar who live on a planet hundreds of light years away—much too far to travel in a Starship. Captain Kirk and the U.S.S. Enterprise™ are dispatched to transport a Federation delegation of diplomats, scholars and scientists who will travel to Calligar directly during the brief period of time that the rift will be open.

Mr. Spock leads the Federation party as they travel by shuttle through the rift just as a group of the aliens arrive in Federation space. The meetings go smoothly until the Calligar take Spock’s party hostage and Kirk discovers that the aliens are keeping a deadly secret. With angry Tellarite and Andorain fleets ready to attack the Calligar, Kirk must save Spock and the others before war breaks out and the rift closes for another fifty years.

Book:Tale of the Wind

Tale of the Wind

Kay Nolte Smith

Book:The Tery

The Tery

Jim Wilson

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