La Route Etoilée (2020)

La Route Etoilée Poul Anderson La Route Etoil e Out at the edge of the known They called themselves The Nomads Unplanned by products of the chaotic explosion of mankind into space they had evolved for themselves a way of life similar to that of th
  • Title: La Route Etoilée
  • Author: Poul Anderson
  • ISBN: 9782702402313
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Paperback
La Route Etoilée Poul Anderson Out at the edge of the known They called themselves The Nomads Unplanned by products of the chaotic explosion of mankind into space, they had evolved for themselves a way of life similar to that of the gypsies of ancient Earth except that their gypsy wagons were mighty starships, each a self contained world that housed a clan of many thousands It was a hard life, butOut at the edge of the known They called themselves The Nomads Unplanned by products of the chaotic explosion of mankind into space, they had evolved for themselves a way of life similar to that of the gypsies of ancient Earth except that their gypsy wagons were mighty starships, each a self contained world that housed a clan of many thousands It was a hard life, but the only one the nomads knew, or wanted But someone, or something, did not want them to have it one by one the nomad starships were disappearing without a trace and it fell to Joachim, Captain of the Starship Peregrine, to find out why Enjoyable from first to last Fast moving and convincing P Schuyler Miller in Astounding Science Fiction Magnetic writing SFF Audio
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  1. Jim

    I listened to this as part of A Galaxy Trilogy Star Ways, Druid s World and The Day the World Stopped I m going to review each book individually put a link to the review in the overall trilogy My overall review is here review editTake a space opera add some really thoughtful themes to get this story Spacefaring gypsies meet an alien civilization that offers us utopia, but on their terms Pretty well done, but a bit dated overall I would have given it 4 stars if it hadn t been he d developed the t [...]

  2. Ari

    A great book it is not, but the story was interesting and well told It was one of Anderson s first novels, and the style feels a bit clipped and the characters a bit shallower than his later work On the other hand, it s fun seeing the embryonic version of some of the themes he would later return to in a sophisticated way We have the tension between struggle and peaceful existence We have the interstellar merchants We have the tottering galactic confederacies We have some of the somberness abou [...]

  3. Brian Greiner

    3 1 2 starsThis is quite a decent book, despite the age 1956 As others have pointed out, it is not great literature However it does have depth than one would expect from an adventure style classic SF novel There are thoughtful ponderings about society and where it might be going, and how different societies might interact and evolve An enjoyable read from the early days of an extremely talented author.

  4. Marc

    Un roman plus profond et plus int ressant qu il n y para t J ai beaucoup aim leschroniquesduchroniqueur.wo

  5. Netanella

    A science fiction book of the 50 s, the original title Star Ways was rereleased as The Peregrine in the 70 s to avoid confusion with the release of the movie Star Wars I think, Poul, you got the better title after all.

  6. Jared

    Probably one of Anderson s weakest books in the Flandry universe Reads like Bertram but without the humor Doesn t go anywhere and just kind of peters out towards the end Great author, mediocre book.

  7. Carol Colfer

    This science fiction book was a fast read though I didn t read it particularly quickly It had a reasonably interesting story line No characters were very fully developed It was entertaining, but not great literature.

  8. Lauren Rosenthal

    Not bad, not great a fun, quick sci fi read It s the first Anderson I actually have read, and it definitely makes me want to read of his work.

  9. Sheri Fresonke Harper

    Interesting tale of a star system and the traders and a conflict between the mechanical and biological worlds.

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