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Gold in the Sky [Epub] ➛ Gold in the Sky By Alan E. Nourse – Thomashillier.co.uk Alan E Nourse s novel of fortunes made and lost, murder, and betrayal among the asteroid miners Originally published in the September, issue of AMAZING SCIENCE FICTION STORIES magazine Alan E Nourse snovel of fortunes made and lost, murder, and betrayal among the asteroid miners originally published in the September,issue of AMAZING SCIENCE FICTION STORIES magazine.

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  • Gold in the Sky
  • Alan E. Nourse
  • 04 February 2019

About the Author: Alan E. Nourse

Alan Edward Nourse was an American science fiction SF author and physician He also wrote under the name Dr X He wrote both juvenile and adult science fiction, as well as nonfiction works about medicine and science Alan Nourse was born to Benjamin and Grace Ogg Nourse Gold in ePUB ½ He attended high school in Long Island, New York He served in the US Navy after World War II He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey He married Ann Morton on June , in Lynden, New Jersey He received a Doctor of Medicine MD degree in from the University of Pennsylvania He served his one year internship at Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle, Washington He practiced medicine in North Bend, Washington from to and also pursued his writing career He had helped pay for his medical education by writing science fiction for magazines After retiring from medicine, he continued writing His regular Alan Nourse was born to Benjamin and Grace Ogg Nourse He attended high school in Long Island, New York He served in the US Navy after World War II He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey He married Ann Morton on June , in Lynden, New Jersey He received a Doctor of Medicine MD degree in from the University of Pennsylvania He served his one year internship at Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle, Washington He practiced medicine in North Bend, Washington from to and also pursued his writing career He had helped pay for his medical education by writing science fiction for magazines After retiring from medicine, he continued writing His regular column in Good Housekeeping magazine earned him the nickname Family Doctor He was a friend of fellow author Avram Davidson Robert A Heinlein dedicated his novel Farnham s Freehold to Nourse Heinlein in part dedicated his novel Friday to Nourse s wife Ann His novel The Bladerunner lent its name to the Blade Runner movie, but no other aspects of its plot or characters, which were taken from Philip K Dick s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep In the late s an attempt to adapt The Bladerunner for the screen was made, with Beat Generation author William S Burroughs commissioned to write a story treatment no film was ever developed but the story treatment was later published as the novella, Blade Runner a movie His novel Star Surgeon has been recorded as a public domain audio book at LibriVox His pen names included Al Edwards and Doctor XHe died in Thorp, Washington.



10 thoughts on “Gold in the Sky

  1. Kamas Kirian Kamas Kirian says:

    A space adventure set on Mars and the asteroid belt It s a novella rather than novel length but well paced The imagery and concepts seem fairly dated, though Inertia is still a problem, but they apparently have artificial gravity The predominant weapon is the adjustable strength stunner, though projectile weapons are still around Leigh Brackett s The Big Jump is from roughly the same period, but I liked it better For a story dealing with the asteroid belt possibly being a formerly inhabite A space adventure set on Mars and the asteroid belt It s a novella rather than novel length but well paced The imagery and concepts seem fairly dated, though Inertia is still a problem, but they apparently have artificial gravity The predominant weapon is the adjustable strength stunner, though projectile weapons are still around Leigh Brackett s The Big Jump is from roughly the same period, but I liked it better For a story dealing with the asteroid belt possibly being a formerly inhabited planet, I much prefer Inherit the Stars by James Hogan The Project Gutenberg eBook was formatted well with no obvious errors

  2. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    Three star books are really difficult I found this an OK read but definitely not my favourite book It was fairly exciting in some places However there were times when the author was obviously trying to build suspense, but a bit unsuccessfully It just left me think thinking just get on with it.

  3. B. Zedan B. Zedan says:

    Future miners, argumentative brothers make good to revenge the death of their pops Villain totally foiled, snap, etc.

  4. Angus Angus says:

    Still an entertaining yarn, even though the science is out of date and many of the plot twists seem hokey nowadays Nourse knew how to write, and that makes up for it all.

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