Convergent Series

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Baen, Sep 1, 1998 - Fiction - 576 pages
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Hans Rebka had been everywhere and done everything. Now he was going to try to solve the galaxy's most persistent mystery -- he was going to penetrate Paradox.

Paradox is an Artifact, one of the huge and hugely mystifying structures left by an ancient, supremely powerful and vanished race. Many had entered Paradox before Hans Rebka -- but no one has ever left, at least not with mind intact.

But as a troubleshooter, Hans Rebka is in a class by himself. Though he doesn't know it, he's about to uncover the secret of the Artifacts -- and by so doing, loose on the galaxy the most hideous menace the humans or any other alien civilization has ever encountered.

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This book is actually 2 of Sheffield's books--Summertide and Divergence of the Heritage Universe novels. It's imagery is rich and unique, the characters very memorable. Poor E.C. Tally! I feel sure ... Read full review

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Author and scientist Charles Sheffield was born in Hull, England on June 25, 1935. He was the chief scientist of Earth Satellite Corporation and while there, wrote numerous technical papers and two non-fiction books entitled Earth Watch and Man on Earth. He won numerous awards for his science fiction works including the 1992 John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Brother to Dragons and the 1993 Nebula award and the 1994 Hugo award for Georgia on My Mind. He wrote numerous series including the Heritage Universe series, Jupiter series, Cold as Ice series, and Proteus series. He died of cancer on November 2, 2002.

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