The novel “Forever Peace” by Joe Haldeman was published for the first time in 1997. It won the Hugo, Nebula and John W. Campbell awards.
In the novel “Galaxy Blues” by Allen Steele published for the first time in 2007 Jules Truffaut is a former Union Astronautica officer who was kicked out for having helped his brother to cheat the academy final exams. Left with no prospect he decides to travel to the planet Coyote as a stowaway on a spaceship, but he’s discovered during the journey and ends in prison.
The novel “The Big Time” by Fritz Leiber was published for the first time in 1957 and won the Hugo Award in 1958 as the best novel.
“The Saga of Seven Suns” by Kevin J. Anderson is composed of seven novels: Hidden Empire, A Forest of Stars, Horizon Storms, Scattered Suns, Of Fire And Night, Metal Swarm, The Ashes of Worlds
René Barjavel was born on January 24, 1911 in Nyons, France. His father was a baker, his grandparents were peasants and his origins influenced his work.