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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 7 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 3 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 6 months ago by Raymond C. Mills Sr.