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by Charles Leonard Harness
Author: Charles Leonard Harness
Publisher: New English Library Ltd; New edition edition (June 3, 1976)
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Paradox Men Paperback – June 3, 1976. by Charles Leonard Harness (Author). The Paradox Men should probably be read twice, not just because the plot is sufficiently complex that you may have missed something the first time, but because the end is really the beginning
Paradox Men Paperback – June 3, 1976. The Paradox Men should probably be read twice, not just because the plot is sufficiently complex that you may have missed something the first time, but because the end is really the beginning. I had not read anything by Charles Harness before, though I thought I was familiar with all the great SF writers, so this was a pleasant surprise. If you like fast-paced, imaginative, hard sci-fi, this is superbly done.
Harness, Charles L. The paradox men. (Classics of modern science fiction; v. 7. Beginning in 1950, science fiction in book form began to make its appearance, and some of the books retrieved the magazine short stories and serials in the form of collections, anthologies and novels. As time went on, however, it became clear that the vast majority of science-fiction books were in paperback form, and these, too, were ephemeral. Their stay on the newsstands is not entirely calendar-bound, and they can withstand a bit more handling than periodicals can-but paperbacks tend to be, like magazines, throwaway items.
Charles L. Harness (1915-2005) Charles Leonard Harness was an American science fiction writer born in Colorado City, Texas. He earned degrees in chemistry and law from George Washington University and worked as a patent attorney from 1947 to 1981. Harness' background as a lawyer influenced several of his works. His first story, "Time Trap" was published in 1948 and drew on many themes that would recur in later stories: art, time travel and a hero undergoing a experience.
Charles Leonard Harness (December 29, 1915 – September 20, 2005) was an American science fiction writer. He was born in Colorado City, Texas and grew up just outside it, then later in Fort Worth. He earned degrees in chemistry and law from George Washington University and worked as a patent attorney in Connecticut & Washington, DC from 1947 to 1981. Several of Harness' works draw on his background as a lawyer. Harness died in 2005, at the age of 89, in North Newton, Kansas.
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Read online books written by Harness Charles Leonard in our e-reader absolutely for free. He is also very well known as a wildlife artist, children's book illustrator and scratchboard artist. Author of The Professional Approach at ReadAnyBook. Most of his illustration work uses this technique, and he was long known as the only commercial artist who specialized in it. Among the books he has illustrated are The Wolfling and Rascal by Sterling North, the latter of which received a Newbery Honor and The Illustrated Dune by Frank Herbert. This last grew out of his work for Analog magazine, especially under John W. Campbell, Jr. and Ben Bova. Harness (1915-2005) Charles Leonard Harness was an American science fiction writer born in Colorado City, Texas