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TORLO HANNIS OF NOOMAS by charles nuetzel

The first of the exciting Noomas Saga, three novels of adventure on a distant planet, in some unknown galaxy.
"I, Torlo Hannis, was born at the age of twenty-eight, without memory of my past life, without knowledge of the world in which I found myself."
On this new world of primitive city states, dominated by the mysterious Mutis, Torlo falls in love with a beautiful princess, only to discover a terrible truth that made her untouchable....

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BN ID: 2940016127002
Publisher: Charles Nuetzel
Publication date: 12/22/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 297 KB

About the Author

Charles Nuetzel was born in San Francisco in 1934, and writes:
�As long as I can remember I wanted to be a writer. It was a dream I never thought would materialize. But with the help of Forrest J Ackerman, who became my agent, I managed to finally make it into print.
�I was lucky enough not only in selling my work to publishers but also ending up packaging books for some of them, and finally becoming a �publisher� much like those who had bought my first novels. From there it as a simple leap to editing not only a science-fiction anthology, but also a line of SF books for Powell Sci-Fi back in the 1960s. Throughout these active professional years I had the chance to design some covers and do graphic cover layouts for pocket books & magazines.�
Much of his work in covers and graphics are a result of having had a father who was a professional commercial artist, and who did a number of covers for sci-fi magazines in the 1950s and later for pocket books�even for some of Mr. Nuetzel�s books.
In retirement he has become involved in swing dancing, a long time lover of Big Band jazz. But more interestingly world travels have taken him (and his wife Brigitte) across the world, to Hawaii, Caribbean, Mexico, Kenya, Egypt, Peru, having a lifelong interest in ancient civilizations. His website is full of thousands of pictures taken during these trips.
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