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review Ringworld's Children Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð [KINDLE] ❀ Ringworld's Children By Larry Niven – Gwairsoft.co.uk The Ringworld is a landmark engineering achievement a flat band 3 million times the surface area of Earth encircling a distant star Home to trillions of inhabitants not all of which are human and host Ave Ringworld's population and the stability of Ringworld itselfBlending awe inspiring science with non stop action and fun Ringworld's Children the fourth installment of the multiple award winning saga is the perfect introduction for readers new to this New York Times best selling series and for long time fans of Larry Niven's Ringworld© Larry Niven P Blackstone Audiobook. The 4th and final of the ringworld series Louis Wu yet again still yet a slave to the whims of the protectors of ringworld The ringworld seems to be in danger again but this time to a fantastic new weapon and the fringe war Even the awesome intelligence of the protectors are challenged by all the new complications and the luck of Teela Brown lives onWhen I read books that are part of a series I always want to know how the story ends The original Ringworld story was great and the series only went downhill from there Having just finished reading the last book my feelings are mostly I'm glad that's over with Now I can move on to something better

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The Ringworld is a landmark engineering achievement a flat band million times the surface area of Earth encircling a distant star Home to trillions of inhabitants not all of which are human and host to amazing technological wonders the Ringworld is uniue in all of the universeExplorer Louis Wu an Earth born human who was part of the first expedition to Ringworld becomes enm. 2013 was turning into a stale year for SF That summer I really needed the solace of good hard SF to escape if just fleetingly some harsh realities same reality having given me long days and nights to read and listen So without really making a decision to do so but compelled by circumstances I started a re read of the Ringworld series The publication history of the series was such that one book came out every ten years on average And so each book read provided a reflection of a decade of life the places and friends the situations and milestones when each book was read Fiction particularly the science fiction of the Ringworld books it turned out was nothing than dressed up reality I never left the Ringworld Finally the series raises its intensity at book 4 combining even fascinating discoveries about the BDO Big Dumb Object with compelling space opera Consider the rest of Known Space has come to the Ringworld various civilizations and factions lured by untold riches Kzinti and humans Trinocs and puppeteers Outsiders too They are held at bay barely at the fringes of the local system by a sun based meteor defense powerful beyond their ken War breaks out as the navies vie for position and advantage While on the Ringworld Louis Wu plays deadly chess games with the bloodline preserving Pak protectors With antimatter bullets punching holes in the Ringworld material its trillions of inhabitants seem headed for certain doomI was surprised by how much action and suspense there was in this book certainly a lot than I remember Plus Children puts forth some interesting sfnal elements view spoiler a superconductor grid underneath the Ringworld controlled from the Throne or Repair Center massive hydrodynamic effects that induce solar flares x ray lasers on the shadow suares to blast meteors and intruders protectors grown from different hominids vying for dominance even nanotech makes its first appearance in the series as the basis for an advanced autodoc and repair of the scrith extrapolations on Teela Brown's lucky genes hide spoiler

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Ringworld's ChildrenEshed in interplanetary and interspecies intrigue as war and a powerful new weapon threatens to tear the Ringworld apart forever Now the future of Ringworld lies in the actions of its children Tunesmith the Ghould protector Acolyte the exiled son of Speaker to Animals and Wembleth a strange Ringworld native with a mysterious past All must play a dangerous role in order to s. Better than the last in the series but it is missing something