Free Read [Poetry Book] ☆ Man-Kzin Wars 11 - by Larry Niven Hal G.P. Colebatch Matthew Harrington ↠


  • Title: Man-Kzin Wars 11
  • Author: Larry Niven Hal G.P. Colebatch Matthew Harrington
  • ISBN: 9781416521488
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback

  • The warrior race Kzin is wasting no time in conquering the galaxy one star system at a time But soon, they run into those ridiculous, weed eating, pacifistic apes who called themselves humans.
    Larry Niven Hal G.P. Colebatch Matthew Harrington
    Laurence van Cott Niven s best known work is Ringworld Ringworld, 1 1970 , which received the Hugo, Locus, Ditmar, and Nebula awards His work is primarily hard science fiction, using big science concepts and theoretical physics The creation of thoroughly worked out alien species, which are very different from humans both physically and mentally, is recognized as one of Niven s main strengths.Niven also often includes elements of detective fiction and adventure stories His fantasy includes The Magic Goes Away series, which utilizes an exhaustible resource, called Mana, to make the magic a non renewable resource Niven created an alien species, the Kzin, which were featured in a series of twelve collection books, the Man Kzin Wars He co authored a number of novels with Jerry Pournelle In fact, much of his writing since the 1970s has been in collaboration, particularly with Pournelle, Steven Barnes, Brenda Cooper, or Edward M Lerner.He briefly attended the California Institute of Technology and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics with a minor in psychology from Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas, in 1962 He did a year of graduate work in mathematics at the University of California at Los Angeles He has since lived in Los Angeles suburbs, including Chatsworth and Tarzana, as a full time writer He married Marilyn Joyce Fuzzy Pink Wisowaty, herself a well known science fiction and Regency literature fan, on September 6, 1969.Niven won the Hugo Award for Best Short Story for Neutron Star in 1967 In 1972, for Inconstant Moon, and in 1975 for The Hole Man In 1976, he won the Hugo Award for Best Novelette for The Borderland of Sol.Niven has written scripts for various science fiction television shows, including the original Land of the Lost series and Star Trek The Animated Series, for which he adapted his early Kzin story The Soft Weapon He adapted his story Inconstant Moon for an episode of the television series The Outer Limits in 1996.He has also written for the DC Comics character Green Lantern including in his stories hard science fiction concepts such as universal entropy and the redshift effect, which are unusual in comic bookscmillan author larryn


    Commentaires:

    Timothy Boyd
    I really enjoy this shared world series. I love the surprise of a minor character in one story becoming a major character in another writer's story later in the series. Nice SiFi read. Recommended

    Preston Dannelley
    I started this series WAY back in the beginning(60's or 70's I think) but never finished. I wanted to start over but Kindle doesnt have all of them transcribed yet I guess. I was a bit lost because of forgetting a lot of the background and jumping back in the middle of things. There are many authors I like, then a few I tolerate to get to the rest. I think the various subjects are getting beat to death and I hope that someone can introduce something new and exciting. I admire what Larry Niven ha [...]

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    Another great installment of the Man-Kzin Wars anthologies. All of the tales are both tied to previous stories, and yet stand alone. 'Three At Table', 'Grossgeister Swamp' and 'Catspaws' all piggy back off each other and are written by Hal Colebatch, who has become one of the most prolific Kzin tale authors. We find in these tales of previously seen characters: An ARM agent who gets in a little too deep when on a solitary excursion to find out more about the planet Wunderland's environs; A tale [...]

    Lee
    This is a collection of some short stories/novellas. The first few reminded me what I liked about this setting and its alien races to explore. The last few reminded me why I quit reading them years and years ago-- too many alien races that are the hidden forces behind everything, and are manipulating each other as well as others. I lost track during the Peace Corben stories of who was manipulating who.

    Andreas
    A long running anthology series with stories set during the Man-Kzin Wars in Larry Niven’s Known Space universe. Niven started this thing up because while the Wars were very significant in the history of Known Space, he himself was not adept at writing about conflict. Niven has written some of the stories but most are by other authors. The writing ranges from average to excellent. Recommended if you are a fan of Known Spaceokssboch/?p=1026

    Chris
    A mostly enjoyable collection, but the spark seems to be gone from most of the tales. Re-hashing the same stories again and again has worn a little thin. Thanks for the Niven addition, great story telling and an always amusing look at how the Kzin eventually come to respect humans.Worth it for collectors, but new readers might want to find Niven's original stories.

    Dan
    The quality varies, but is consistently on the better side.

    Scott
    Mostly stories by Colebatch and Harrington, including some that are sequels, but a new Niven story as well!

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