Alexander Beliaev

Alexander Beliaev is a Russian author of science fiction whose body of work from the 1920s and 1930s made him a highly regarded Russian author in that field. His published works include Professor Dowell's Head, Amphibian Man , Ariel, and The Star KETs, The Air Seller and many more.
Born in Smolensk, young Alexander dreamed of flying and one day climbed to the roof of a barn. In his leap from there, he severely injured his spine. By his mid-twenties, Beliaev suffered constant pain from the injuries and would become paralyzed for months at a time. In his convalescence, he turned to the work of Jules Verne, H. G. Wells, and Konstantin Tsiolkovsky and began to write novels in earnest.



Books by Alexander Beliaev
Amphibian Man
Publish date:: 2006
v. 24 from series Children's Classics
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Pages: 208
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Price: 9.99 лв.
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