The Unnatural Inquirer

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Simon Richard Green (English Simon R ichard Green ) - famous English writer -scientist. Born 1955 in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England. He is known to most readers as the author of the fantasy series "The Hunter of the Death" and the fantasy series "Hawk and Fisher". Biography Simon Greene received an MA in Contemporary English and American Literature from the University of Leicester in 1978, where he also studied history. But Simon Green began his writing career while still a student in London in 1973. He sold his first story in 1976, but published it much later. All publishers refused the manuscripts he sent them. In 1988, Greene, having been unemployed for three and a half years, took a job at the Bilbo bookstore in Bath, and two days later there was an offer from a publisher who had received two of his novels two years earlier. Green signed him for seven Hawk and Fisher novels, and in 1989 for two others. However, the novelization of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves was a real, albeit unexpected success for all. At that time, Kevin Costner was not yet widely known, and the rights to novelize his new film were transferred, for only 4% of the royalties. However, the film turned out to be the most popular hit, and the book, whose circulation approached 400 thousand, was on the bestseller list. $$ 4194.jpg $$

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Simon Richard Green (English Simon R ichard Green ) - famous English writer -scientist. Born 1955 in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England. He is known to most readers as the author of the fantasy series "The Hunter of the Death" and the fantasy series "Hawk and Fisher". Biography Simon Greene received an MA in Contemporary English and American Literature from the University of Leicester in 1978, where he also studied history. But Simon Green began his writing career while still a student in London in 1973. He sold his first story in 1976, but published it much later. All publishers refused the manuscripts he sent them. In 1988, Greene, having been unemployed for three and a half years, took a job at the Bilbo bookstore in Bath, and two days later there was an offer from a publisher who had received two of his novels two years earlier. Green signed him for seven Hawk and Fisher novels, and in 1989 for two others. However, the novelization of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves was a real, albeit unexpected success for all. At that time, Kevin Costner was not yet widely known, and the rights to novelize his new film were transferred, for only 4% of the royalties. However, the film turned out to be the most popular hit, and the book, whose circulation approached 400 thousand, was on the bestseller list. $$ 4194.jpg $$