Dennis Danvers

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Dennis Danvers

Dennis Danvers (born 1947) is an American author of science fiction novels. He lives in Richmond, Virginia. He is the president of the Byrd Park Civic League.


  • Danvers, Dennis (1991). Wilderness.[1]
  • Time and Time Again (1994), ISBN 0-671-78800-0
  • Circuit of Heaven (1998), ISBN 0-380-97447-9
  • End of Days (1999), ISBN 0-380-97448-7
  • The Fourth World (2000), ISBN 0-380-97761-3
  • The Watch (2002), ISBN 0-380-97762-1, described as "being the unauthorized sequel to Peter A. Kropotkin's Memoirs of a Revolutionist as imparted to Dennis Danvers by Anchee Mahur, traveler from a distant future"
  • The Bright Spot (2005), ISBN 0-553-58759-5, written under the pen name Robert Sydney.
  • Adult Children of Alien Beings. A Tor.Com Original (2015) ISBN 978-146-6889-699
  • Orphan Pirates of the Spanish Main. A Tor.Com Original (2016) ISBN 978-076-5389-459
  • Once More Into The Abyss. A Tor.Com Original (2016) ISBN 978-076-5390-639

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