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The main human character is interesting, but his (young, nubile, and female) companion is not.
This book is head and shoulders above the Niven books I read and would recommend it to any science fiction fan!
There are many types of literature I enjoy good story, clever plots, and interesting characters.
One of the worst science fiction stories I have ever read.
Reads like a children’s book.
Premise is simple. Read more
Rereading this after many years away from Larry Niven. Now inspired to read the "Known Space" works in their entirety.Published 5 days ago by K. Atnip
The IDEAS contained in the novel were superb, but the human element was for the most part non-existent. This is the "Hard" science fiction of old... Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. A. Veronie II
Ringworld holds up well over time -- you wouldn't know the book was written in 1970! This is true sci-fi. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Me from NC
No spoilers, but scale and implications and mind-blowing. A worthy read.Published 3 months ago by Daniel D Bartlett
I liked this book, but I can't say that I loved it. It started a little slow, and Niven seemed stuck in a rut over how to move from introducing Louis Wu to actually having him... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Patrick Mcnelis