Brother to Dragons

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Baen Books, 1992 - Fiction - 261 pages
2 Reviews
Born to a crack cocaine-addicted mother who abandoned him, Job Napoleon Salk would live to survive the horrors of a corruptly-run orphanage, life on the streets--even first love. But could he survive the dreaded TANDI, the toxic, nuclear disposal unit for all of America's "unwanted?"

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User Review  - Ralph McEwen - Goodreads

Like the stars says it was OK. I was expecting more about the saving of the world. I got a life story of a down trodden person after the collapse of the world economy. The characters were not well developed and the story felt flat. Read full review

Review: Brother to Dragons

User Review  - Goodreads

Like the stars says it was OK. I was expecting more about the saving of the world. I got a life story of a down trodden person after the collapse of the world economy. The characters were not well developed and the story felt flat. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
10
Section 3
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About the author (1992)

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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