The Universe Between

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Bob Benedict is one of the few scientists able to make contact with the invisible, dangerous world of The Thresholders and return—sane! For years he has tried to transport—and receive—matter by transmitting it through the mysterious, parallel Threshold. At first his efforts met only with failure and madness. But now The Thresholders have risen in fury. Somehow Bob Benedict must make one more trip into that land of peril and pacify them before they succeed in hurling his planet—piece by piece-into the oblivion of infinity.

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Alan Nourse (Nourse Alan Edward) American writer and professional physician, President of the Association of American Science Fiction Writers (1968-69) Alan Nourse was born in Des Moines, Iowa to Benjamin and Grace Nurse in August 1928. After graduating from high school in New York, he served in the Navy until 1951, including during World War II. In 1951, Noors earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Rutger University, New Jersey, and in 1955 he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and completed a year of internship at Virginia Mason Medical Center, in Seattle, Washington. Subsequent medical practice (from 1958 to 1963) Nurs carried out in the city of North Bend, Washington In June 1952, an aspiring doctor married Anne Morton in the small town of Linden. The appearance of the first science fiction stories, which the author began to write to pay for his studies at the university, dates back to this time. Having already become a full-fledged doctor, Nurs...

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Alan Nourse (Nourse Alan Edward) American writer and professional physician, President of the Association of American Science Fiction Writers (1968-69) Alan Nourse was born in Des Moines, Iowa to Benjamin and Grace Nurse in August 1928. After graduating from high school in New York, he served in the Navy until 1951, including during World War II. In 1951, Noors earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Rutger University, New Jersey, and in 1955 he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and completed a year of internship at Virginia Mason Medical Center, in Seattle, Washington. Subsequent medical practice (from 1958 to 1963) Nurs carried out in the city of North Bend, Washington In June 1952, an aspiring doctor married Anne Morton in the small town of Linden. The appearance of the first science fiction stories, which the author began to write to pay for his studies at the university, dates back to this time. Having already become a full-fledged doctor, Nurs continued his work as a science fiction writer, and after leaving practical medicine he continued to write both science fiction and scientific books. To the American reader, Alan Nurs is also known as Doctor X and Dr. McEvoy Heinlein, in his notes, noted that "Nurs is an interdisciplinary specialist in the field of biology and physics." It was to him that Heinlein dedicated his novel Farnham Freehold. William Burroughs wrote the screenplay based on the novel by Alan Nurse, The Bladerunner. In this very novel, the clandestine merchants of surgical instruments also figured. Ridley Scott bought the rights to the title from Burroughs, but did not buy the script. The writer died on July 19, 1992 in the town of Thorpe, Washington state. © Kons