Mage-Guard of Hamor

Mage-Guard of Hamor by Leland Exton Modesitt

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Leland Exton Modesitt

A book by Leland Exton Modesitt

Country: USA Born: 1943-10-19 Biography: Leland Exton Modesitt, Jr.

was born in 1943 in Colorado. He graduated from Williams Collegé with the firm conviction that poetry is the height of art, and fantasy and science fiction are sheer nonsense. Now he considers it his most amusing youthful delusion. Modesitt has worked as a courier, rescuer, volunteer radio DJ, Marine, Bank Analyst, Real Estate Agent, Campaign Analyst, Legislative Assistant and US Congressman Governor, Director of Law and Relations at the EPA Wednesday in the US Congress, an environmental consultant at a communications company, and a lecturer at a college, as well as a writer. Along with science fiction novels, he has written many technical books and articles, most with rather boring titles and without a single rhymed line! His first story was published in 1973. Mr.

Modesit managed to withstand the upbringing of eight children, with their fondness for various rodents, for example, the Siamese rabbit and the brown...

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Country: USA Born: 1943-10-19 Biography: Leland Exton Modesitt, Jr. was born in 1943 in Colorado. He graduated from Williams Collegé with the firm conviction that poetry is the height of art, and fantasy and science fiction are sheer nonsense. Now he considers it his most amusing youthful delusion. Modesitt has worked as a courier, rescuer, volunteer radio DJ, Marine, Bank Analyst, Real Estate Agent, Campaign Analyst, Legislative Assistant and US Congressman Governor, Director of Law and Relations at the EPA Wednesday in the US Congress, an environmental consultant at a communications company, and a lecturer at a college, as well as a writer. Along with science fiction novels, he has written many technical books and articles, most with rather boring titles and without a single rhymed line! His first story was published in 1973. Mr. Modesit managed to withstand the upbringing of eight children, with their fondness for various rodents, for example, the Siamese rabbit and the brown Labrador. It began in 1989, when, after finishing his political career in Washington, he moved to New Hampshire, where he got married. With his wife Carol and children, he moved to Utah in 1993, where she works, and he continues to manage the chaos at home! Well, along the way, create new books.