On 'The Webs of Varok' from Resilience.org Reviewer Frank Kaminski
The only cause for complaint about Cary Neeper’s new novel The Webs of Varok is that it has been far too long in coming. It is a follow-up to her breakout novel of 38 years ago titled A Place Beyond Man, which was a fine, memorable exemplar of the `70s genre of ecological science fiction. Well, I’m happy to report that the intervening decades have not dimmed Neeper’s storytelling ability nor dampened her ambition. Her new novel is every bit as engaging, multi-layered, provocative, and above all relevant to the times, as the original. And it's only the first in a line of follow-ups that Neeper has planned for the coming years – we're to eventually have a total of five novels certain to entertain and inspire a whole new generation of readers.