FREE shipping on qualifying offers. If this book isn't nominated for the Nebula I may just have to believe Barton and Capobianco about what idiots the members of the human race have become.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A work of speculative fiction that balances questions about human nature with scientific ideas. If you want to read the best SF novel of the year you will have to read this. It makes those of us who have been reading these two hunger for more; from both of them together and apart (that's a subtle message to Capobianco who needs to follow up his wonderful novel, Burster).
William Renald Barton III (born September 28, 1950) is an American science fiction writer. In addition to his standalone novels, he is also known for collaborations with Michael Capobianco. Many of their novels deal with themes such as the Cold War, space travel, and space opera. Barton also has written short stories that put an emphasis on sexuality and human morality in otherwise traditional science fiction
Barton also has written short stories that put an emphasis on sexuality and human morality in otherwise traditional William Renald Barton III (born September 28, 1950) is an American science fiction writer.
William Burton may refer to: William Burton (antiquary, died 1645) (1575–1645), author of The Description of Leicestershire, 1622, English translator of Achilles Tatius. William Burton (antiquary, died 1657) (1609–1657), English schoolmaster and antiquary. William Burton (died 1781) (c. 1695–1781), British Member of Parliament for Rutland 1730–1734. William Burton (governor) (1789–1866), governor of Delaware. William Burton (Canadian politician) (1888–1944), mayor of Hamilton, Ontario.
With his law firm's office in Newport, Oregon, Barton is listed in three categories of the Best Lawyers in America: Medical Malpractice Law, Non-White-Collar Criminal Defense, and Personal Injury Litigation.