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That's a valid concern but don't be in this case SilverWarder Send a noteboard - 12/03/2010 02:57:33 PM
Both Pournelle and Niven can be fun and interesting in very different ways.

However when they wrote together, the resulting books were far and away better than when either of them wrote apart.

I realize that's highly unusual - they're the only team that really stands out in my mind as being that much better than the sum of its parts.
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