The Quantum Empirica Series

Threader Origins

Threader Origins is a compelling, thought-provoking look at the potential in each of us, and society itself, that never falters or flinches. Breathtakingly original and memorable, I can’t wait to see where Brandt goes with this new series. A must read!” —Julie E. Czerneda, author of the Web Shifter’s Library series

“Gerald Brandt knocks it out of the park again! Quantum physics, parallel worlds, and a rip-roaring plot—what more could you want? In some reality, this book will win major awards — not just because all quantum possibilities do occur but because it bloody well deserves to.” —Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of Hominids

“The unlikely hero and innovative use of physics as a basis for magiclike abilities results in a memorable adventure. Readers will look forward to the next installment.” —Publishers Weekly

January 12, 2021 from DAWBooks

The San Angeles Series

The Rebel

“Brandt fleshes out an all-too-possible future of crushing poverty and corporate control, and the complex heroine who will lead us through to a better future.” –

November 14, 2017 from DAW Books.

The Operative front coverThe Operative

An impossible to put down tale – University City Review

A gritty near-future science fiction thriller … offers intriguing possibilities – Publishers Weekly

November 2016 from DAW Books.

The Courier final front coverThe Courier

Is there any place for a courier to run when she’s been targeted for termination?

March 2016 from DAW Books.

Finalist Aurora Award Best Novel 2017

Short Stories

The Razor's Edge by [McGuire, Seanan, Jackson, D.B., Dietz, William C., Brandt, Gerald, Modesitt, L.E., Lee, Sharon, Miller, Steve, Kenyon, Kay, Perry, Steve, Kennedy, Chris]

Miller’s Choice was published in The Razor’s Edge anthology from Zombies Need Brains.

Short story Storm in anthology Blood & Water, August 2012.  Available at Bundoran Press or your local Independent Bookseller.  Blood & Water won the 2013 Prix Aurora Award, Canada’s premier Science Fiction and Fantasy award.

Blood & Water is being used at the University of Cape Breton in ENGL 1109 – Reading and Writing about Science.