The Creatures of Man

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Baen Books, 2003 - Fiction - 437 pages
A future war is being fought across the galaxy and the key to victory can be found on the legendary lost world where humanity originated--Earth. This future saga is here assembled for the first time, as well as several bonus short novels in a huge volume of highly original space adventure.
 

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Contents

PARTNER
The Creatures of Man
All Around the Universe
Health Hazard
Practice
Lost Calling
The Other Way Around
The Reluctant Weapon
Psychivore
THE CHALICE CYCLE
Forever Enemy
Heavy Thinker
War in Our Time
Misinformation
Little Game
The Frontliners

Out Wit
Fit For a Dog
Questor
Copyright

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Eric Flint was born in southern California in 1947. He received a bachelor's degree from UCLA in 1968 and did some work toward a Ph.D. in history, with a specialization in history of southern Africa in the 18th and early 19th centuries, also at UCLA. After leaving the doctoral program over political issues, he supported himself from that time until age 50 as a laborer, machinist and labor organizer. In 1993, his short story entitled Entropy and the Strangler won first place in the Winter 1992 Writers of the Future contest. His first novel, Mother of Demons, was published in 1997 and was picked by the Science Fiction Chronicle as a best novel of the year. He became a full-time writer in 1999. He writes science fiction and fantasy works including The Philosophical Strangler and the Belisarius series.

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