Beth Bernobich

Éireann Series

Ars Memoriae

December 2009 (hardcover)

A fascinating combination of alternate history and gritty spy tale, Ars Memoriae will compel you to follow its hero through the twists and turns of its complex plot and leave you hoping to see more of its world.  —Kage Baker, Introduction

Ars Memoriae delivers a satisfying mystery in a complex and well-thought out world. Bernobich provides enough hints about this culture to leave the reader wanting to learn more about it while neatly tying up the mystery at the story's core. Relationships, and characters, change, providing fodder for further exploration of both the world and the characters Bernobich has introduced."  —Steven H. Silver, SF Site

The Time Roads

October 2014 (trade paperback, e-book)

(Barnes & Noble |  Chapters |  IndieBound |  Powell's)

Finalist for Best Fantasy Novel, 2014 RT Reviewers' Choice Awards

In a series of braided stories, Beth Bernobich has created a tale about the brilliant Éireann scientists who have already bent the laws of nature for Man's benefit. And who now are striving to conquer the nature of time.

"Bernobich's book of braided stories is a refreshing, deeply emotional and fascinating offering that deserves to be savored from beginning to end."  —Bridget Keown, RT Book Reviews

"Bernobich ("River of Souls" series) subtly blends these interlocking stories so skillfully the true impact is felt only after the last page is turned."  —Melanie C. Duncan, Library Journal

"In THE TIME ROADS, a young Irish queen grits her teeth and digs in to deal with manifold problems of state, time travel, and love. This one is breathtakingly original."  —Gene Wolfe

"Different and cunning, THE TIME ROADS serves up history too magical, too thoughtful, and too explosive to be dubbed merely 'alternate.'"  —Cherie Priest, author of The Clockwork Century series

"Adventure and intrigue, time travel and alternate history, well-drawn characters and a plot that twists and surprises: THE TIME ROADS delivers all of this and more. Beth Bernobich has written another stellar novel, further establishing herself as a star of the genre. Highly recommended."  —D.B. Jackson, author of the Thieftaker Chronicles

"Gripping story, elegantly told—I love it!"  —Caroline Stevermer, author of the Cecelia and Kate series