From Publishers Weekly
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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It seems like the author just didn't think a lot of the details through.
I could NOT believe that two of my favourite authors could write such a horrible book so I had to read the entire thing, hoping it would get better... It didn't.
It is just an unbearable tale of space politics and average character development with very little action.
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
Hard to keep all of the characters straight. Lots of gaps in the story line.Published 19 days ago by Mike S
These observations are based on the Amazon preview of the Kindle edition, which has such poor editorial craftsmanship that it irritates me to look at every page. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Nice continuation of motie world. Modest character development. However, dragged the pace a bit. Still worthwhile to read. Buy at a discount.Published 4 months ago by Frank J. Ascione