The alien is truly frightening, and the twist of having him in different bodies was great.
If you're new to the Known Space universe, the "Tales of Known Space" provide a very gentle and thought-provoking introduction as the pages move along.
Larry Niven's Known Space universe is probably one of the most developed in all of science fiction.
Make sure you aren't buying too many things you have already read, or have in your collection. But if you are a big fan of Niven's work just get it, you'll love it. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Don From Indiana
larry niven always writes very well indeed . his words flow like stream of water and will always buy his booksPublished 6 months ago by wgr
I read these in high school, soon after they came out, and they are still great! Highly imaginitive, full of action, and help set the stage for Niven's entire Known Space series.Published 18 months ago by N. Barabas
Good to read the information it took to get to the Ringworld series. A few more books to get and read, but a great addition to my Library.Published 19 months ago by Fic/Scifi Nut
Writing about the future is always a tricky prospect. It's very easy for scientific exploration and technological progress to make even the cleverest and most forward-thinking... Read morePublished on June 29, 2009 by DavidNewYork
This omnibus brings together three tales set in Larry Niven's Known Space universe that had only sporadically been available since their publication in the 1960s. Read morePublished on April 15, 2009 by Christopher Culver
"Three Books of Known Space" contains several stories from Larry Niven's "Known Space" series. I enjoyed all of these stories. Read morePublished on November 25, 2008 by Norman Strojny
This is a three part or three novel book that is very interesting to get more background and fill in information on the Larry Niven universe. Read morePublished on September 23, 2008 by Monkey
Arranged chronologically are plenty of Niven's Known Space stories, spanning from the late 20th to the late 31st early 32nd. Read morePublished on June 20, 2008 by beammeup