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Niven builds a web and keeps enriching it with threads that sometimes surprises us when joining with other unexpected threads, and sometimes cutting deep in our thoughts. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Laurentino Duodecimo Rosado Fernandes
This takes the Niven Universe to yet another level. I personally think Niven does his best work when not in collaboration, but this pairing with E. M. Lerner works well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. McMonigle
Pretty good. Not his best but not his worst. Definitely not as good as Footfall, The Mote in God's Eye, Lucifers Hammer.Published 2 months ago by Ronbo 1960
Fleet of Worlds introduces new characters and plots to Niven's Known Space universe. This series is a must read for all lovers of the Ringworld Series.Published 4 months ago by Kenneth Walter
A good read. Nice story line draws the reader in, reasonably well written. Different style then Niven`s earlier books.
The beginning of the book, like a number of sci-fis, is difficult to get into. However, by the end of the book I felt that I understood the characters and their environment.Published 4 months ago by I.R. Saner
The ongoing saga of human-puppeteers inter-action following puppeteer withdrawal from known space after the Galactic Center chain reaction of black hole novas. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Raymond C. Mills Sr.