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I am, I'm not sure why, I am not about to apologize for that. I wouldn't expect to have this adoration for this guy, this style of fiction or these themes. But I love them. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Don From Indiana
Larry Niven's first collection of book excerpts, short stories and essays is full of Big Ideas, interesting aliens, and scientific puzzles disguised in story form. Read morePublished on March 20, 2010 by John M. Ford
This book is okay at the start, then just seems to not live up to Larry's other work..Published on December 6, 2009 by Sherman A. Stebbins
Anyone who likes Larry Niven's work at all should be happy with this book.
From Tom Clancy's introduction, along with others by co-authors and editors, through all the... Read more
I am a lapsed Niven fan having discovered him in the late '70s as a kid. Something spurred me to buy N-Space as a way to rediscover what I cherished about his unique mix of hard... Read morePublished on May 18, 2003 by Rob Banzai
I purchased "N-Space" and its sequel "Playgrounds Of The Mind" in summer of 1992, totally unaware of who Larry Niven was, or that he already had such a lengthy... Read morePublished on February 14, 2003 by Brad Torgersen