All Robert's books are available in physical and electronic formats from Hachette Orbit and Baen/Simon & Schuster, and as audiobooks from Audible.com. Many of his titles are also available in Chinese, Czech, French, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish from various publishers.
"Robert Buettner is a master writer of military science fiction" - Genregoround reviews, on Orphan's Alliance and the Jason Wander Series
Catch Robert live:
1PM-4PM Saturday, June 20, signing at Barnes & Noble Town Center Prado, 50 Barrett Pkwy, Marietta, GA (Balance Point Stainless Steel Travel Mug w 3-book purchase)
June 26-28 at Liberty Con 28 in Chattanooga.
And on radio:
12:15PM Thursday, May 28, on WCHE-1520AM Philadelphia's Frankly Speaking with Frank McCloy
Balance Pointcontinues the saga of spy games and military action on an interplanetary scale, as the balance point of interplanetary Cold War II between Earth and monolithic Yavet tips unexpectedly toward peace. Covert ops Captain Jazen Parker and his sharp shooting lover and partner Kit Born slide from world saving hazardous duty to escorting a telepathic alien monster home from Earth to mate. And the two of them are forced to consider a quiet domestic future together. But when old enemies’ thirsts for power and revenge, Jazen’s problematic past, and his former girlfriend, upset Jazen and Kit’s personal balance point, the two cold warriors find their relationship, and their very survival, tested as never before. Lost in space, and from one another, they must each penetrate Yavet, the universe’s most insular and repressive world, then foil a plot that could turn Cold War II hot and nuclear—or die trying.
Praise for Orphan's Legacy book 2, Undercurrents:
“A rollicking, fast paced Science Fiction adventure. Buettner’s world may be rife with social and political issues, but the story itself is simply fun, with touches of humor, romance and a few surprises that will delight science fiction fans.” - The Guilded Earlobe
“The ending…elevates the novel from good to great reading…Buettner has channeled a little bit of Scalzi, a little bit of Haldeman, and a dollop of Heinlein for a stimulating science fiction story of military prowess and heroism set in a universe not yet at full-fledged war.” – Grasping For The Wind
Praise for Robert Buettner's books:
"Penetrates to the heart of Heinlein's vision." - The Washington Post
"Orphanage is one of the great works of modern military science fiction."
- Myke Cole, author of Control Point, at Tor.com
"Raw...real...and a hell of a good read!" - Kevin J. Anderson, New York Times best-selling coauthor of Sisterhood of Dune
"One of the best...of the year, if not the decade...could [be] this generation's high point..." - SF Site Featured Review
"Buettner shows the Heinlein touch." - The Denver Post
"The reader's defenses crumble...given the overwhelming firepower...positively prophetic." - SciFi Channel's Science Fiction Weekly "As much action as any military SF fan could wish for." - John Scalzi, author of Old Man's War
"Buettner...goes well beyond military science fiction." - Hugo Award winning author of The Forever War, and SFWA Grand Master, Joe Haldeman
"Fascinating...textured...dealing with issues of intellect and what it means to be human...[yet] with plenty of action and a touch of romance...Overkill is a solid, surprising science fiction novel." - The Guilded Earlobe
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