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Dan Simmons

Dan Simmons (born in 1948) is most widely know for his Hugo Award-winning science fiction novel Hyperion and its sequel The Fall of Hyperion (later, less remarkable sequels to this series, the Hyperion Cantos, are Endymion and The Rise of Endymion). He spans genres such as science fiction, horror and fantasy, sometimes within the same novel, sometimes with astonishing effect.

His works include:

  • Song of Kali (1985) - World Fantasy Award 1986
  • Carrion Comfort (1989)
  • Hyperion (1989) - Hugo Award 1990, Locus Award 1990 (Science Fiction)
  • Phases of Gravity (1989)
  • The Fall of Hyperion (1990)
  • Children of the Night (1982) - Locus Award 1993 (Horror)
  • The Hollow Man (1992)
  • Endymion (1996)
  • The Rise of Endymion (1997)
  • The Crook Factory (1999)



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