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David Zindell's short story Shanidar was a prize-winning entry in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest. He was nominated for the 'best new writer' Hugo Award in 1986. Gene Wolfe declared Zindell as 'one of the finest talents to appear since Kim Stanley Robinson and William Gibson -- perhaps the finest.' His first novel, Neverness, was published to great acclaim.
'Neverness streaked across the firmament as one of the great romantic epics of modern sf... in The Broken God Zindell's combination of adventure, metaphysics, and intellectual debate works marvellously, leaving you ready for more.' Locus 'The ideas are hard sf with philosophical undertones, and the story is compelling. Zindell makes you think' New Scientist on The Wild