ROBERT H. GODDARD AWARD FOR GARY BRAVER (GOSHGARIAN):
Gary, a physics graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), received the Robert H. Goddard Award for Outstanding Professional Achievement for his impressive career as an accomplished novelist, award-winning professor (Northeastern), and editor of 5 popular college writing textbooks, totaling 40 editions. Robert H. Goddard, a 1909 WPI graduate, is the father of modern rocketry.
Goshgarian accepted the award at WPI on Friday, May 30, during WPI's Reunion Weekend.
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Gary Braver is the bestselling and award-winning author of eight thrillers that have been translated into seven languages. His novels have been celebrated for their high concepts, careful craftsmanship, well-rounded characters, and page-turning momentum by critics and readers alike.
Starred reviews in Publishers Weekly
Doubleday Book Club's Medical Thrillers Bestseller for over two years
Winner of Massachusetts Honor Book Award (Flashback)
Four movie options including director Ridley Scott
"One of the best thriller writers in America today!"
--Tess Gerritsen, NYT bestselling author
"A masterful storyteller"
"Braver manipulates and surprises his readers. Not just once, but over and over again... A standing ovation for Gary Braver What an author!"
About his latest, Tunnel Vision
"With TUNNEL VISION, Gary Braver provides a wonderfully frightening and insightful tale on this theme that shatters my bones and leaves me to piece myself back together."
--Ray Bradbury, Internationally bestselling author of FAHRENHEIT 451
"This is summer reading at its best."
--EDGE New York
". . . [an] entertaining medical thriller. . . that shows [Gary Braver] an adept practitioner of this subgenre."
"From Braver, a novelist unafraid to amp up the creepiness, a disquieting glimpse as science's efforts to prove there is indeed life after death. . . [A] scary, well-crafted read."