As interesting as Kage Baker's "Company" is I liked the Alex Checkerfield stories the best.
These are splendid stories although it is imperative that one is first acquainted with the preceding novels to which they allude.
Maybe it is true that the short story - as opposed to the novel, poem, saga, chant or song - is the real American art form.
I started following her many years ago in Asimov's SF magazine & was hooked.A true talent & this collection showcases her story telling abilities- A KEEPER!!Published 17 months ago by John Nawrocki
The Company is a great sci fi series. So much more than just a story: a look at our society and where it's heading. I will miss her writingsd.Published 19 months ago by Phyllis A. Rogaski
Kage Baker's Company series may be the best Science Fiction series ever. Best if you start with "In the Garden of Iden" and read them in order but not really necessary. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Lin Pollard
Black Projects, White Knights (2002) is the fifth SF work in the Company series, following The Graveyard Game. The initial work in this sequence is The Garden of Iden. Read morePublished on August 20, 2012 by Arthur W. Jordin
This collection contains fourteen short stories set in Kage Baker's world of time traveling cyborgs and the mysterious Company. Read morePublished on July 22, 2011 by Nash Android
Black Projects, White Knights comprises fourteen stories (and a brief introduction) set within Baker's Company universe. Read morePublished on October 9, 2010 by themarsman
Rich and evocative, funny and moving, these stories are a real gem in modern science-fiction. The characters are original and sympathetic, and I couldn't help compare those stories... Read morePublished on January 26, 2007 by Ventura Angelo
I have very mixed feelings about these stories. I don't know how comprehensible they would be to someone who hasn't had Baker's universe explained to them, but the stories are... Read morePublished on March 15, 2006 by Elizabeth A. Root
Obviously running around in time and space would take a lot out on a body so why not use cyborgs? Why not use robots actually? Read morePublished on October 28, 2005 by TammyJo Eckhart