Gary S. Potter

 
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Terraforming Earth by Jack Williamson
Terraforming Earth by Jack Williamson
5.0 out of 5 stars none, Aug. 11 2001
I honestly believe that in the not-too-distant future science fiction will be defined by just one name: Jack Williamson, "Terraforming Earth" is a fantastic, engaging, thought-provoking and haunting book of speculation and wonder, and shows why Williamson, after nearly 7 decades in the business, can still intrigue his readers and still lead the way for the rest of the SF field to follow...Gary S. Potter Author/Poet
Gargoyles by Alan Nayes
Gargoyles by Alan Nayes
4.0 out of 5 stars none, Aug. 11 2001
Nayes has written a suspenseful and timely thriller that's poised to become tomorrow's headlines. "Gargoyles" has the medical intellect and intrigue of Robin Cook, the page turning suspense of Charles Wilson, and the technological wonderment of Tom Clancy.... A solid first novel. Gary S. Potter Author/Poet
First Landing by Robert Zubrin
First Landing by Robert Zubrin
4.0 out of 5 stars none, Aug. 11 2001
Zubrin is a gifted and talented writer that can easily blend fact with fiction, and "First Landing" has all the right stuff: intrigue and wonder, clashing personalities and cold-hearted politicians, integrity and intellect, danger and the human will to survive despite the odds, dicovery and mystery both human and alien... Gary S. Potter Author/Poet