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by David Andreissen

eBook Star Seed (Starblaze Editions) download ISBN: 0898650216
Author: David Andreissen
Publisher: Donning Co Pub (June 1, 1982)
Language: English
Pages: 180
ePub: 1946 kb
Fb2: 1388 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: United States

by. David Andreissen.

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Published October 1st 1991 by Ace Hardcover. Hardcover, 247 pages. Published May 1st 2008 by Blackstone Audiobooks.

David Poyer (born 1949) is an American author and retired naval officer. history and science fiction under the pseudonym David Andreissen Avon Books, 1981. He has written over 40 books, mostly novels. Although best known for his naval fiction, during the 1980s, Poyer also wrote alternative history and science fiction under the pseudonym David Andreissen. He has also published short fiction and nonfiction in numerous magazines. Poyer's most popular novels, set in the present day, follow the career of . Navy officer Dan Lenson, a thoughtful surface line officer whose ethical questioning sometimes conflicts with his duty.

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780898650211. Release Date:December 1981. Publisher:Donning Company Publishers.

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Trade paperback is in near fine condition. Some dust spotting to the page blocks and a 1cm crease at the upper right corner of the front wrapper. Cover and illustrations by Ron Miller. Used availability for David C Poyer's Star Seed. June 1982 : USA Paperback.

Manufacturer: Donning Co Pub Release date: 1 June 1982 ISBN-10 : 0898650216 ISBN-13: 9780898650211.

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They come from far away but have found a new home on Earth. Given that you came from stardust and have been infused with divine light, you might feel this connection deeply in your bones.

First Donning Printing. Starblaze Edition, 1982. Trade paperback is in near fine condition. Some dust spotting to the page blocks and a 1cm crease at the upper right corner of the front wrapper. Edited by Hank Stine. Cover and illustrations by Ron Miller.
Comments: (2)
Kinashand
The book was written under a pseudonym of the author David Poyer way back in 1982. Poyer was a navy man known for his Dan Lenson naval fiction. This book was not similar to those stories. The story starts after the end of the world, and it looks at first like a psychology piece about the last nine people left anywhere in the world. Half way through the book it quickly becomes an episode of Lost in Space--a bit silly, that is. And an event in the last chapter is slightly controversial. All in all, Star Seed is a pretty good old sci-fi novel that is worth reading. Track it down if you can.
Akisame
"David Andreissen" is a pen name used by David Poyer, retired naval officer and author of the "Dan Lenson" series of naval adventures and the "Tiller Galloway" suspense novels. Early in his career Poyer wrote science fiction under the Andreissen name. "Star Seed" displays an excellent style of narration and characterization, remarkably good for such an early work by an author. In addition, his technical background adds realism to a story which takes place almost entirely under the ocean. However, those skills are unable to support a plot with a weak ending, which I will not detail so as to avoid spoiling it for others. It was further impaired by a romantic relationship between the protagonist and a girl who, despite being portrayed as emotionally mature, is still only ten years old. I was unable to develop the 'willing suspension of disbelief' necessary to completely accept the story. This is not to say this is a bad book- it is, rather, an admirable failure.