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eBook Alien Worlds ePub

by Douglas Hill

  • ISBN: 0434942855
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Douglas Hill
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: William Heinemann (November 24, 1980)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1689 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1881 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
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He was born in Brandon, Manitoba, the son of a railroad engineer, and was raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

He was born in Brandon, Manitoba, the son of a railroad engineer, and was raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. An avid science fiction reader from an early age, he studied English at the University of Saskatchewan (where he earned an Honours . in 1957) and at the University of Toronto.

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Born in Brandon, Manitoba, and the son of a railroad engineer, he was raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. He studied English at the University of Saskatchewan, where he earned an Honours BA in 1957, and at the University of Toronto.

Championing the cause of children's science fiction. As the author of more than 70 science fiction and fantasy books for children and young adults, Douglas Hill, who has died aged 72 after being knocked down on a London zebra crossing, made a significant contribution to the development of the genre over 40 years. While he began as an adult author, he latterly wrote for children - "unashamedly", as he said, and with a strong sense of purpose, seeing himself not as a writer of great literature but as someone who would get children excited about reading.

Finn is captures and enslaved within the mighty walls of the alien Citadel, the Slavers' mountain fortress. Relying on nothing more than his uncanny wilderness instincts, he eventually escapes only to learn the devastating truth about the Slavers and their final plans for Earth and its people.

It captivated me then and now.