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Daniel F. Galouye
Daniel Francis Galouye was an American science fiction writer. During the 1950s and 1960s, he contributed novelettes and short stories to various digest-size science fiction magazines, sometimes writing under the pseudonym Louis G. Daniels.
BOOKS BY THIS AUTHOR
“If you haven’t read Galouye, Project Barrier is a fine place to start.”—Mike Resnick. Here is a unique collection from a distinctive author whose works include such classic titles as Dark Universe and Similacron-3. Project Barrier showcases five loosely connected stories, never before published in ...
The classic tale of a post-apocalyptic world where humans have built a society in the dark underground. The descendants of the survivors only remember the pre-apocalyptic world in old stories, legends, and myths.
Light itself is remembered as something holy, and Radiation is feared as the ultimate e...
A virtual-reality novel from a time before virtual reality, Simulacron-3 is a prophetic tale of a future where nothing is as it appears to be. Douglas Hall is part of a team that builds an artificial environment to simulate reality. This enables them to get public opinion polls without waiting for t...
The Infinite Man
Milton Bradford is a very special man. God, the Creative Force, resides within him. The Creative Force is hiding inside Bradford because the universe that the Force created has become terrifyingly complex. Plus, God can no longer control the Destructive Force, which God created to alleviate boredom....
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