Charles Logan (author)

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Charles Logan (born 1930) is a British science fiction writer and professional nurse.

He is best known as the author of the book Shipwreck, first published by Gollancz in 1975, which was the winner of the prize for the best British sci-fi novel that year.[citation needed] The novel tells the story of Tansis, sole survivor after his spaceship shipwreck, who landed on a planet around Capella, the main star of the Virgo constellation. Tansis fights alone against the hostile environment, struggling to survive.

Logan wrote only Shipwreck and a couple of short stories that have never been published.

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