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The search for the legendary Builders results in the reemergence of an ancient race of galactic marauders who must be stopped before they reconquer the world in this sequel to [i]Summertide[/i] and [i]Divergence[/i].

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Charles Sheffield (1935-2002), physicist and writer, was born in Great Britain, educated in Cambridge, but since the 1960s. lived in the USA. In 1998, he married the famous writer Nancy Kress. Sheffield began publishing science fiction in the 1970s. and quickly gained a reputation as a rising star and successor to the Arthur Clarke business. He worked in different genres of science fiction, but invariably retained a positive outlook on science as a way to solve any problems. In the words of Sheffield himself, "without scientific content, science fiction becomes just fantasy." Sheffield is a prolific writer, writing on average more than one major work a year. Among them are the novels "The Mind Pool" (1993) and its sequel "Heavenly spheres" ("Spheres of Heaven", 2001). In 2002, two books were published at once - "Dark as Day", the sequel "Colder than Ice" ("Coy as Ice", 1992), and "The Amazing Dr.

Darvin" ). For the novel "Brother to Dragons" ("Brother to Dragons", 1992) Sheff...

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Charles Sheffield (1935-2002), physicist and writer, was born in Great Britain, educated in Cambridge, but since the 1960s. lived in the USA. In 1998, he married the famous writer Nancy Kress. Sheffield began publishing science fiction in the 1970s. and quickly gained a reputation as a rising star and successor to the Arthur Clarke business. He worked in different genres of science fiction, but invariably retained a positive outlook on science as a way to solve any problems. In the words of Sheffield himself, "without scientific content, science fiction becomes just fantasy." Sheffield is a prolific writer, writing on average more than one major work a year. Among them are the novels "The Mind Pool" (1993) and its sequel "Heavenly spheres" ("Spheres of Heaven", 2001). In 2002, two books were published at once - "Dark as Day", the sequel "Colder than Ice" ("Coy as Ice", 1992), and "The Amazing Dr. Darvin" ). For the novel "Brother to Dragons" ("Brother to Dragons", 1992) Sheffield was awarded the John W. Campbell Prize, and the story "Thoughts in Georgia" ("Georgia on My Mind", 1993) was nominated simultaneously for two awards - "Hugo" and Nebula. Sheffield`s stories have compiled several collections, in particular, "Vectors" ("Vectors", 1979), "Hidden Variables" ("Hidden Variables", 1981), "Erasmus Magister" ("Erasmus Magister", 1982), "The Chronicles of Mc Andrew "(" The McAndrew Chronicles ", 1983)," Thoughts in Georgia and other places "(" Georgia on My Mind and Other Places ", 1996). In addition, Sheffield wrote the documentary book Borderlands of Science: How to Think Like a Scientist and Write Science Fiction (1999).