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Lost In Translation

Lost In Translation

by Edward Willett
     
 

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Kathryn and Jarrikk-she a human translator and he is a S'sinn translator-had every reason to hate one another. Yet only by working together do they stand any chance of averting interstellar war.

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Kathryn and Jarrikk-she a human translator and he is a S'sinn translator-had every reason to hate one another. Yet only by working together do they stand any chance of averting interstellar war.

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"This in-depth look at an alien culture makes for fascinating reading." - Midwest Book Review

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101098592
Publisher:
DAW
Publication date:
10/03/2006
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
1,031,705
File size:
325 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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"This in-depth look at an alien culture makes for fascinating reading." - Midwest Book Review

Meet the Author

E.C. Blake, who has written under the pen name Edward Willett, was born in New Mexico, “Land of Enchantment,” and the state’s nickname seems to have rubbed off: he started writing fantastical stories in elementary school and wrote his first fantasy novel in high school. He’s been a newspaper reporter and editorial cartoonist, a magazine editor, a writing instructor and a professional actor, and has written (under another name) more than 30 works of nonfiction, ranging from biographies to science books to history books, but his first love has always been fantasy. He now lives in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, with his wife and a daughter whose favorite stories all involve “sword-fighting princesses.” Come to think of it, so do his. He can be found at ecblake.com.

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