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by Barrett Whitener,Fred Saberhagen

eBook Berserker: Blue Death (Berserker Series) download ISBN: 0786190590
Author: Barrett Whitener,Fred Saberhagen
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks; MP3 edition (January 1, 2002)
Language: English
ePub: 1679 kb
Fb2: 1707 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Pseudoscience
Subcategory: Science Fiction

I've been a fan of the Berserker series for many years, but I didn't enjoy this one much.

I've been a fan of the Berserker series for many years, but I didn't enjoy this one much. The pace is very slow, and involves a lot of zooming back and forth across the galaxy looking for this one amazingly extra bad Berserker, but always managing to arrive just after the fight is over.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Whitener makes them all instantly recognizable, leaving the listener mesmerized and free to enjoy the surprising twists and turns of the story. If you're a lover of science fiction and fantasy, this book should be at the top of your list.

The Berserker series is a series of space opera science fiction short stories and novels by Fred Saberhagen, in which robotic self-replicating machines strive to destroy all life.

Narrated by Barrett Whitener. The great blue Berserker’s destruction of the human colony Shubra was swift and merciless

Narrated by Barrett Whitener. The great blue Berserker’s destruction of the human colony Shubra was swift and merciless. And when it was over, Niles Do.

14 primary works, 23 total works. Shelve Fred Saberhagen Berserker Series. BERSERKERS The death machines are capable of an. ore.

By (author) Fred Saberhagen, Read by Barrett Whitener. Other books in this series. Joshua and the Shadow of Death. The great blue Berserker's destruction of the human colony Shubra was swift and merciless. And when it was over, Niles Domingo's daughter lay among the dead. Now Niles Domingo is a man with a mission: vengeance at any cost. With one small ship, Niles sets out against the great Berserker called Leviathan, tracking it through the interstellar mists of the Milkpail Nebula.

Berserker: Blue Death: The colony on Shubra had been annihilated by the . Fred Saberhagen is the top-selling author of many popular science fiction and fantasy series.

Berserker: Blue Death: The colony on Shubra had been annihilated by the great blue Berserker that men called Leviathan, and Niles Domingo's daughter was on that colony. Obsessed with the need for vengeance at any cost, he set out, tracking Leviathan through the mists of the Milkpail Nebula. Berserker Kill: Once again, a Berserker attacks-but instead of destroying all life in its path, this one steals an orbiting biological lab filled with human zygotes, then wipes out all pursuers. His Berserkersr have menaced the universe for over 40 years.

Written by Fred Saberhagen, Audiobook narrated by Barrett Whitener. When Prince Harivarman discovers an operable Berserker: his first instinct is to turn it in. But then he finds an ancient code that will either allow him to control the dreaded machine or lead him (and everyone else on the Templar Radiant) to certain death. Mystery, suspense, not a man vs machine story. By Vikram on 07-12-04. Narrated by: Paul M. Garcia. Length: 12 hrs and 26 mins.

Series: Berserker (Fred Saberhagen) 4 Berserker Man (1979) by Fred Saberhagen also appeared as: Translation: L'homme Berserker (1983).

Series: Berserker (Fred Saberhagen). Name Fiction Titles All Titles Year of Title Month of Title Month of Publication Series Publication Series Magazine Publisher ISBN Tag Award. 4 Berserker Man (1979) by Fred Saberhagen also appeared as: Translation: L'homme Berserker (1983). Serializations: Translation: L'uomo Berserker (Complete Novel) (1990). 5 The Ultimate Enemy (1979) by Fred Saberhagen also appeared as: Translation: Le sourire du berserker (1992).

The great blue Berserker's destruction of the human colony Shubra was swift and merciless. And when it was over, Niles Domingo's daughter lay among the dead. Now Niles Domingo is a man with a mission: vengeance at any cost. With one small ship, Niles sets out against the great Berserker called Leviathan, tracking it through the interstellar mists of the Milkpail Nebula. He is sure he is ready for anything, but nothing can prepare him for the astonishing discoveries that lie between him and his vengeance.
Comments: (3)
Delan
I've been a fan of the Berserker series for many years, but I didn't enjoy this one much. The pace is very slow, and involves a lot of zooming back and forth across the galaxy looking for this one amazingly extra bad Berserker, but always managing to arrive just after the fight is over. Our heros (and us the readers) don't even lay eyes on the enemy until about 80% through the book, and then, it is an anticlimax as the buildup to such a badass machine delivers an incompetent fighter. For example in the heat of battle the good guys hide behind a rock for a half hour to develop some side plot and the Berserker never can figure out where they went.

All in all it feels like it should have been one of his short stories but someone decided to stretch it to book length. It didn't work, for me. Plus there are hints along the way that the enemy is developing some new weapon or technology but that story line is abandoned in the final pages with no conclusion. Setting up for a sequel? I sure hope not.

Oh yes and after proclaiming that we've scoured the galaxy and determined the only intelligent life is human, we discover a new lifeform: some vague kind of intelligent fog. The author promptly refers to this fog as another "human theme" so I guess by definition the only intelligent life is human because ALL intelligent life is "human". Ridiculous!
Runemane
The plot twists abound in this berserker novel. The characters are quite believable and relatively complex. A very enjoyable story; best yet from Fred Saberhagen's Berserker series.
Tansino
Why are these people reviewing Berserker when the book at the top of the page is Berserker Blue Death, a wholly different Berserker title, a 1985 novel (and without a colon)? I have just heard the audio book of Berserker Blue Death. A fine story, among Saberhagen's best. Meanwhile, shape up, people. Look at Saberhagen's bibliography. And someone get that confusing colon removed.