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!!> Reading ➳ Ringworlds Children ➬ Author Larry Niven – Viagraonl1ne.us

Ringworlds Children The Ringworld Is A Landmark Engineering Achievement, A Flat Band 3 Million Times The Surface Area Of Earth, Encircling A Distant Star Home To Trillions Of Inhabitants, Not All Of Which Are Human, And Host To Amazing Technological Wonders, The Ringworld Is Unique In All Of The Universe.Explorer Louis Wu, An Earth Born Human Who Was Part Of The First Expedition To Ringworld, Becomes Enmeshed In Interplanetary And Interspecies Intrigue As War, And A Powerful New Weapon, Threatens To Tear The Ringworld Apart Forever Now, The Future Of Ringworld Lies In The Actions Of Its Children Tunesmith, The Ghould Protector Acolyte, The Exiled Son Of Speaker To Animals, And Wembleth, A Strange Ringworld Native With A Mysterious Past All Must Play A Dangerous Role In Order To Save Ringworld S Population, And The Stability Of Ringworld Itself.Blending Awe Inspiring Science With Non Stop Action And Fun, Ringworld S Children, The Fourth Installment Of The Multiple Award Winning Saga, Is The Perfect Introduction For Readers New To This New York Times Best Selling Series And For Long Time Fans Of Larry Niven S Ringworld 2004 Larry Niven P 2004 Blackstone Audiobooks

!!> Reading ➳ Ringworlds Children  ➬ Author Larry Niven – Viagraonl1ne.us
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  • 0 pages
  • Ringworlds Children
  • Larry Niven
  • English
  • 22 May 2017
  • 0786127260

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➳ Ringworlds Children ➬ Author Larry Niven – Viagraonl1ne.us


  1. says:

    I totally loved this return to Ringworld, the mysterious artificial world that has the surface area of a million Earths and populated by hundreds of hominid species that have evolved there from human ancestors placed there a half million years earlier Since its discovery Ringworld has been the target of multiple alien species now enga...


  2. says:

    Ringworld sequels certainly take their time to appear Tens of years between books and so much information that s just waiting to be forgotten On the other hand, new discoveries and re discoveries await Even though Ringworld s Children has been around since 2004, I have only now gotten around to reading it What s , a lot of time has passed since I finished The Ringworld Throne Niven certainly doesn t waste a lot of time chucking a bewildered reader into the thick of things and dragging Ringworld sequels certainly take their time to appear Tens of years between books and so much information that s just waiting to be forgotten On the other hand, new discoveries and re discoveries await Even though Ringworld s Children has been around since 2004, I have only now gotten around to reading it What s , a lot of time has passed since I finished The Ringworld Throne Niven certainly doesn t waste a lot of time chucking a bewildered reader into the thick of things and dragging said reader along for a dizzying ride In truth, this is also a good approximation of what the lead protagonist is experiencing in the opening chapters of this novel Louis Wu awakens in the autodoc again , and as soon his foot hits the floor the story hits its stride By the third chapter, however, Louis starts reasoning things out and the bewilderment subsequently settle...


  3. says:

    2013 was turning into a stale year for SF That summer, I really needed the solace of good, hard SF to escape, if just fleetingly, some harsh realities, same reality having given me long days and nights to read and listen So, without really making a decision to do so but compelled by circumstances, I started a re read of the Ringworld series The publication history of the series was such that one book came out every ten years, on average And so each book read provided a reflection of a deca 2013 was turning into a stale year for SF That summer, I really needed the solace of good, hard SF to escape, if just fleetingly, some harsh realities, same reality having given me long days and nights to read and listen So, without really making a decision to do so but compelled by circumstances, I started a re read of the Ringworld series The publication history of the series was such that one book came out every ten years, on average And so each book read provided a reflection of a decade of life, the places and friends, the situations and milestones when each book was read Fiction, particula...


  4. says:

    Much better than Throne, which wasn t too hard to do In fact you could compare this to the last part of Throne where things heat up with Bram The difference between the 3rd and 4th novel seem greater than my rating going from a two to a three, but I still can t make myself give this novel a four It s a short book and wraps up the series in a way that allows me to move on and leave this world behind I m glad he eased up on all the Rishathra, because if that had started up again i m not sure I Much better than Throne, which wasn t too hard to do In fact you could compare this to the last part of Throne where things heat up with Bram The ...


  5. says:

    The Ringworld series has finally ran out of steam.Pretty bad.


  6. says:

    The 4th and final of the ringworld series Louis Wu, yet again still yet a slave to the whims of the protectors of ringworld The ringworld seems to be in danger again, but this time to a fantastic new weapon and the fringe war Even the awesome intelligence of the protectors are challenged by all the new complications, and...


  7. says:

    If this is Larry niven s new level of writing he should stop.Chaotic storytelling, no bright new ideas.Avoid


  8. says:

    The resolution of the Ringworld series For me too many events, too little explanation, too many coincidences There s also the question of whether or not to resolve the mysteries of the series I think some things are richer andinteresting if left to the reader s imagination.


  9. says:

    My 2004 booklog notes has moments, but it s very disjointed I think the most interesting part of the book was the introductory essay, glossary, and cast of characters Not a good sign I read RC only a week ago, and it s already fading into the mists of memory Bottom line harmless mind candy Avoid...


  10. says:

    The Ringworld Children is far superior to the previous Ringworld Throne There s a return to Louis Wu as the main character The plot moves steadily along and it is not so concerned with all the inter species rituals Tunesmith, the Ghoul turned Protecter, is performing his duty to protect Ringworld The Amalgamation of Regional Militia, aka ARM, aka former UN military force, has discovered Ringworld, along with military forces from other worlds, and they are engaging in warfare for Ringworld s The Ringworld Children is far superior to the previous Ringworld Throne There s a return to Louis Wu as the main character The plot moves steadily along and it is not so concerned with all the inter species rituals Tunesmith, the Ghoul turned Protecter, is performing his duty to protect Ringworld The Amalgamation of Regional Militia, aka ARM, aka former UN military force, has discovered Ringworld, along with military forces from other worlds, and they are engaging in warfare for Ringworld s technology Louis Wu and company take over one of the ships out in space, but they cause an antimatter weapon to fire down upon Ringworld and create a large hole They later find crewman from a crashed ARM ship and one of the original Ringworld Protectors, Proserpina, and of course, set out to save Ringworld.I think Children ended up being too short There wasn t enough meat in this story to bring it to the level of the original or Engineers, but I still enjoy reading the world...

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