"Another adventurous escapade... vetran pro Bova knows his space-rivets from his astro-bolts, and nobody will be disappointed."
--Kirkus Reviews on The Silent War
"The concluding volume of the Asteroid Wars is vintage Bova, with intrigues, hardware, and action all applied lavishly to a fast moving story."
--Booklist on The Silent War
"...full of ingenious action, capably handled... Bova maintains suspense."
--Paul Di Filippo of SciFi.com on The Silent War
"An entertaining tale of survival and suspense."
--The Washington Times on The Precipice
"Bova gets better and better, combining plausible science with increasingly complex fiction."
--Los Angeles Daily News on The Precipice
"Hard-charging... Ambitiously juggling elements of space opera, western, and Sophoclean drama, Bova keeps the pages turning."
--Publishers Weekly on The Rock Rats
"Another attention-grabbing entry in a series that continues to grow in stature, scope, and complexity. Once again, Bova in top form."
--Kirkus Reviews on The Rock Rats
"A top-notch adventure story...The author's excellence at combining hard science with believable characters and an attention-grabbing plot makes him one of the genre's most accessible and entertaining storytellers."
--Library Journalp0 on Venus
"Bova manages to bring the planet alive as a force of nature indifferent to the struggles, hopes, or presence of the humans who are attempting to make the first successful landing on her surface."
--Bookpage on Venus
"Recalls the work of Heinlein in his Destination Moon mode, or Hal Clement in any number of stories: a day-after-tomorrow tale crafted with near-journalistic purity...It's a difficult, demanding mode to pursue, and not many choose to nowadays. But Bova does it magnificently."
--Paul Di Filippo of SciFi.com on Jupiter