eBook A Gift from Earth (Tales of Known Space) download
by Larry Niven
Author: Larry Niven
Publisher: Time Warner Books Uk (November 30, 1981)
ePub: 1108 kb
Fb2: 1198 kb
Other formats: mbr lrf lrf docx
Subcategory: Science Fiction
TALES OF KNOWN SPACE: The Universe of Larry Niven. The other stories in this volume were previously published by Ballantine Books in the following collections: A Gift from Earth, Tales of Known Space, and World of Ptavvs.
TALES OF KNOWN SPACE: The Universe of Larry Niven. The Color of Sunfire was originally published in 1993 in Bridging the Galaxies by Larry Niven, published by San Francisco Science Fiction Conventions, Septembre 1993. Introduction: My Universe and Welcome Back!
Tales of Known Space 2: Known Space. Crashlander (Beowulf Shaeffer). It forms a background for the three tales of Gil the ARM, and for the society of Mount Lookitthat as detailed in A Gift From Earth.
Tales of Known Space 2: Known Space. Though he had traveled all the way from the galactic core, he was hardly an alien; the Pak are related to humankind. Before his death he created the first of the protector-stage humans, from a Belt miner named Jack Brennan. There followed a Golden Age-a period of peace and contentment for Earth and Belt-that lasted for two hundred and fifty years.
Tales of Known Space 1: Human Space. Flatlander (Gil Hamilton). Tales of Known Space 2: Known Space. The Ringworld Throne. Ringworld's Children.
The KNOWN SPACE Universe Tales of Known Space 1: Human Space World of Ptavvs Flatlander (Gil Hamilton) Protector A Gift From Earth .
The KNOWN SPACE Universe Tales of Known Space 1: Human Space World of Ptavvs Flatlander (Gil Hamilton) Protector A Gift From Earth Tales of Known Space 2: Known Space.
This is a complete bibliography by American science fiction author Larry Niven. World of Ptavvs (1966). A Gift from Earth (1968). Neutron Star (1968 collection). The Shape of Space (1969 collection). Protector (1973)-Hugo and Locus SF Awards nominee, 1974. Tales of Known Space: The Universe of Larry Niven (1975 collection).
I know we could charge money, but then we couldn’t achieve our mission .
The Internet Archive is a bargain, but we need your help. We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you.
Known Space: "A Gift from Earth" by Larry Niven. Thus, we have another complex concept book from Niven
Known Space: "A Gift from Earth" by Larry Niven. Oof! a very palpable hit! -- although I would offer that the fault is more in the condensation of several months' lengthy discussions of nearly four years ago than of a sexist bias. Thus, we have another complex concept book from Niven. Gift ought to be a tale of anger and reprisal, a revolution brewing and exploding, Anthem with real passion, but instead the author chooses to follow the adventures of Matthew Keller. To be sure, Keller has something unique that makes him an interesting character.
The Known Space Series now spans a thousand years of future history, with data on conditions up to a billion .
The Known Space Series now spans a thousand years of future history, with data on conditions up to a billion and a half years in the past. The series now includes four novels (World of Ptavvs, Protector, A Gift from Earth, Ringworld) plus the stories in the collection Neutron Star, plus the book now in your hands, plus one other to be published in February of 1976 to be called The Long ARM of Gil Hamilton. Future histories tend to be chaotic. They grow from a common base, from individual stories with common assumptions; but each story must-to be fair to readers stand by itself. The future history chronicled in the Known Space Series is as chaotic as real history.
TALES OF KNOWN SPACE A classic collection of stories that traces humankind's expansion and colonization throughout the galaxy from . A Gift From Earth" is a good book as well, but it didn't keep my attention like Ptavvs.
TALES OF KNOWN SPACE A classic collection of stories that traces humankind's expansion and colonization throughout the galaxy from the twentieth century to the thirty-first. The colony world described is interesting and there are some nifty surprises thrown in though.
Laurence van Cott Niven (born 30 April 1938) is an American science fiction author, most famous as the author of Ringworld (1970), his "Known Space" stories, and Niven's laws. There’s always another problem behind the one you just solved.