Geoffrey Hoyle

Geoffrey Hoyle

Geoffrey Hoyle (born 1942) is an English science fiction writer, best known for the works which he co-authored with his father, the astronomer Fred Hoyle. About half of Fred Hoyle's science fiction works were co-authored with his son.

He was educated at Bryanston School in Dorset, and then entered Cambridge where he read fine arts. After 1964, Hoyle worked in London in the field of modern communications and the film/television industry. Unlike his father, he is not a scientist, and contributed to the more "human" side of their co-authored novels – however, he did work as a "scientific advisor" to some series such as Timeslip.


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Speculative Fiction Novels (13)
1982  The Giants of Universal Park (Professor Gamma)
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1982  The Energy Pirate (Professor Gamma)
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1982  The Frozen Planet of Azuron (Professor Gamma)
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1982  The Planet of Death (Professor Gamma)
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1978  The Westminster Disaster
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1977  The Incandescent Ones
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1974  Into Deepest Space
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1973  The Inferno
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1972  2010: Living in the Future
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1971  The Molecule Men and The Monster of Loch Ness
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1970  Seven Steps to the Sun
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1969  Rockets in Ursa Major
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1963  The Fifth Planet
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Others non-spefi books (2)
1984  Flight (Achievements)
1975  Disaster

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