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by Larry Niven
Author: Larry Niven
Publisher: Del Rey (April 12, 1986)
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Find sources: "Larry Niven" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (November 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Niven's most famous contribution to the SF genre comes from his novel Ringworld, in which he envisions a Ringworld: a band of material, roughly a million miles wide, of approximately the same diameter as Earth's orbit, rotating around a star.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Parts of this book were previously published: "Rammer," Galaxy Magazine. The Alibi Machine," Vertex. SBN 345-24011-1-125 First Printing: June, 1974 Second Printing: November, 1974 Cover painting by Dean Ellis Printed in the United States of America BALLANTINE BOOKS A Division of Random House, Inc. 201 East 50th Street, New York, . 10022 I started writing ten years ago. I wrote for a solid year and collected nothing but rejection slips.
A Hole in Space Mass Market Paperback – April 12, 1986. Larry Niven develops a lot of neat ideas in this collection of short stories. My only issue with this book is how awful almost every single character is. by. Larry Niven (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. It seems in the future everybody is a murderer or a criminal. One person found this helpful.
Книга A Hole In Space авторов Нивен Ларри, Niven Larry оценена посетителями КнигоГид, и её. .Parts of this book were previously published: "Rammer," Galaxy Magazine.
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A Hole in Space book. But that's only one of the problems found in Larry Niven's universe, in this collection The Perfect Crime: The invention of displacement booths produced one hell of a crime wave
A Hole in Space book. But that's only one of the problems found in Larry Niven's universe, in this collection The Perfect Crime: The invention of displacement booths produced one hell of a crime wave. If a man in, say, Hawaii could commit murder in, say, Chicago and be back in the time it would take him to visit the men's room, he would have a perfect alibi. And the police would have a problem.
Now Larry Niven has assembled a retrospective collection from all phases of his remarkable career
Now Larry Niven has assembled a retrospective collection from all phases of his remarkable career. Included are classic hard-SF tales like Inconstant Moon, relentless extrapolations like All the Myriad Ways, and works like the novella The Kiteman. Here also are Niven’s own essays on SF, writing, and the way of the world, like Building the Mote in God’s Eye and Down in Flames, previously unpublished in book form
RAMMER 2. The Alibi Machine 3. The Last Days of the Permanent Floating Riot Club 4. A Kind of Murder 5.
Known Space is a volume of interstellar space explored by humans and their alien neighbors. Known Space is about 80 light years in diameter and contains Human Space. Late in the series, this area is an irregularly shaped "bubble" about 60 light-years across. It is an area near the Earth which is explored and settled and is peopled by races such as Pierson's Puppeteers, Kzinti, and the many races of the Ringworld.
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1974 story collection from Larry Niven. Larry Niven is one of the great sci-fi writers of the 20th century- and his name is rightly placed alongside Clarke, Asimov, Bradbury, et. his particular book, A Hole in Space, is a collection of short stories. 00, The Hole Man (winner, 1975 Hugo Award; 1975 Locus Poll Award, Best.