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Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Slow gong, bit gets better later in the book. Mot as good as the MIGEPublished 7 days ago by Tor Erik
Good follow on story to The Mote in Gods Eye and good character continuity, but the writing and narration is disconnected and not easy to follow - perhaps more so for people like... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Twins
I was excited because I read the previous book in the series, but this didn't meet my expectations. I did still enjoy it, but I probably won't read the third book anytime soon.Published 16 days ago by Micseydel
Loved the character of Bury and Renner. And loved the concise scope of the storyline. Has a lot of great space sequences. Would recommend.Published 20 days ago by Lavita
Ending was a bit sudden and anti-climactic, but overall a good sequel.Published 1 month ago by Corey Lapka
Where's the next one! Great reading as it also catches you up unintrusively with what happened in Bk 1.Published 2 months ago by Natalie Francis
This is the sequel to Mote in God's Eye. If you haven't read that, read it first. Great battle scenes, wonderful 'culture-trauma' aspects. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Neil Tarey
Originally posted at Fantasy Literature.
The Gripping Hand (1993) is Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle’s sequel to their popular 1974 novel The Mote in God’s Eye, which... Read more