Man-Kzin Wars XV (Mass Market)

By Larry Niven (Created by)

Baen, 9781982124472, 496pp.

Publication Date: February 25, 2020

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (2/5/2019)

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Description

THE POPULAR MAN-KZIN WARS SERIES ROARS BACK INTO ACTION! Stories of the war between humanity and the catlike Kzin from Brad R. Torgersen, New York Times best-selling author Brendan DuBois, Martin L. Shoemaker, and more!

The predatory catlike warrior race known as the Kzin never had a hard time dealing with all those they encountered, conquering alien worlds with little effort. That is until they came face to face with the leaf-eaters known as humans. Small of stature and lacking both claws and fangs, the humans should have been easy prey. But for years now the humans and the Kzin have been engaged in a series of wars, with neither side able to declare decisive victory once and for all.

A new collection of short stories set in the Man-Kzin Wars shared universe created by multiple New York Times best-seller, incomparable tale-spinner, and Nebula- and five-time Hugo Award–winner, Larry Niven.

Complete Contributor List:
Brad R. Torgersen
Brendan DuBois
Martin L. Shoemaker
Hal Colebach
Jessica Q. Fox
Jason Fregeau

About the Man-Kzin War Series:

“[The Man-Kzin Wars series is] excellent . . . gripping . . . and expands well on Larry Niven’s universe. . . .” —Locus

About series creator Larry Niven:

“Niven’s masterly use of SF strategies hits every note. . .“—Los Angeles Times


About the Author

Larry Niven is the author of multiple New York Times bestsellers, both alone (The Integral TreesThe Ringworld Throne) and in collaboration with Jerry Pournelle (The Mote in God’s EyeLucifer’s HammerFootfall). His Known Space series, from which the highly successful Man-Kzin Wars books derive, is a landmark of modern science fiction, rating favorable comparison to Heinlein’s Future History series and Asimov’s Foundation series. Winner of a Nebula award and five Hugo awards, SF legend Niven remains among the foremost writers of the new century.