The Life Eaters by David Brin

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Imagine a world in which the Axis forces of World War II suddenly were propelled to victory over the Allies... prompted by aid from the ancient gods of Norse mythology! Welcome to the alternate reality of The Life Eaters, written by award-winning author David Brin with lush painted art by Scott Hampton.

About David Brin

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David Brin is a scientist, writer, and public speaker. He was born in Pasadena, California, on October 9, 1950. Brin attended the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and later earned a doctorate at the University of California. He accepted a position as an engineer at Hughes Aircraft Company. Brin is a former fellow at the California Space Institute and serves on several government and nongovernment advisory committees dealing with issues involved with technological growth. Brin has lectured all over the world on such topics as space flight, ecology, and the search for extraterrestrial life. Brin deals with global warming, the destruction of the ozone layer, and pollution of Earth. His 1987 novel, The Uplift War, received the Hugo Award and the Locus Award. His novels have been translated into 20 languages.
Published February 25, 2015 by IDW Publishing. 140 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fantasy artist Hampton is at his best when he gets to illustrate larger-than-life images (such as the gods or Yggdrasil, the World Tree—or even the devastation of the Asian killing fields), if a bit less adept at the book's punch-'em-up action scenes and talking-heads sequences.

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David Brin Website ISFDB Bibliography SF Site Review: Heaven's Reach SF Site Review: Foundation's Triumph SF Site Review: Heaven's Reach SF Site Review: Infinity's Shore SF Site Review: The Postman The Good and the Bad: Outlines of Tomorrow (Essay) Brin Bibliography The New Meme (Essay) D...

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