List Of Uplift Universe Planets
His books which take place in this universe:
- Sundiver (1980)
- Startide Rising (1983) - Nebula Award winner, 1983; Hugo and Locus Awards winner, 1984
- The Uplift War (1987) - Nebula Nominee, 1987; Hugo and Locus Awards winner, 1988
- The Uplift Trilogy (sometimes called the Uplift Storm trilogy):
- Brightness Reef (1995) - Hugo and Locus Awards nominee, 1996
- Infinity's Shore (1996)
- Heaven's Reach (1998)
There is also a short story "Aficionado" (originally titled "Life in the Extreme"), published in 1998, which serves as a prequel to the series as a whole (it also serves as a part of Existence, an unrelated work by Brin), and a novella Temptation published in 1999 in Far Horizons, which follows on from Heaven's Reach. Brin also wrote Contacting Aliens: An Illustrated Guide To David Brin's Uplift Universe which is a guidebook about the background of the series.
At least one more Uplift book is planned by the author, as Brin has stated that Temptation "will be a core element of the next Uplift novel... and answers several unresolved riddles left over from Heaven's Reach."
GURPS Uplift is a sourcebook for a science fiction themed role-playing game based on the Uplift Universe. It includes a few stories that happen in Jijo after the end of Heaven's Reach.
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