Смъртта на светлината (2020)

Смъртта на светлината George R.R. Martin Джордж Р. Р. Мартин Валерий Русинов
  • Title: Смъртта на светлината
  • Author: George R.R. Martin Джордж Р. Р. Мартин Валерий Русинов
  • ISBN: 9789546555809
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Paperback
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  1. Bradley

    I had absolutely no issues in giving this a full 5 star rating, because even though the novel was nominated in 78 for the Hugo, that it comes out of the mind of one of the well beloved SF F authors of our times, the novel is absolutely gorgeous all on its own.Why Because we re getting such depth of world building, from the science of the solar planetary, to the culture it spawned, to an absolutely amazing depth of social explorations, to a very cool discourse on the sexes as seen from multiple [...]

  2. Maria

    Vai, cum b ntuie disperarea i dezn dejdea n lumea astaR t cind la nesf r it prin spa iu, planeta Worlorn este sortit nefiin ei O lume a ghe urilor i a nop ii infinite, ea popose te pentru pu in vreme n apropierea lui Satan cel Gras, un sistem solar spectaculos format dintr o stea ro ie gigantic , orbitat de ase stele mai mici Roata de Foc mprumut nd c ldur i lumin , Worlorn se transform ntr o s rb toare a celor 14 civiliza ii care au colonizat o Dar iat c timpul vie ii i luminii se apropie de sf [...]

  3. Lau

    3.5Este es el primer libro que escribi George R.R Martin, y se public antes de que tuviera 30 a os No esperaba encontrar la misma calidad que se ve en sus novelas m s actuales, es m s, casi ten a miedo que fuera un libro malo pero si hay algo que afortunadamente ya se evidencia desde el principio, es su imaginaci n y gran habilidad para narrar.El pr logo nos cuenta un res men de la extensa historia de Worlorn, un planeta vagabundo que no pertenece a ninguna estrella, por lo que flota libremente [...]

  4. KatHooper

    3.5 stars fantasyliterature reviIn the outer fringe of the inhabited universe, the rogue planet Worlorn falls darkly through space But years ago it circled the Wheel of Fire, the brilliant wheel shaped star system that is worshipped by many in the outworlds Worlorn, the Wheel of Fire s only planet, was lit for fifty years before it wandered off again During that half century, the outworlds held a cultural diversity festival on Worlorn, with each world trying to outdo the others when building the [...]

  5. Jan

    All right, I m writing the first half of this review while I haven t finished the book, but I m having too much frustrated thoughts without an internet connection to put them into status updates, so I thought I d write everything up into this preemptive review, and then later paste it all together into Seriously, I m having massively mixed feelings about this book In one hand there s the hero who just doesn t learn and the heroine who s just so stupid and insensitive But in the other hand there [...]

  6. Nigel

    An interesting, complex debut novel from George RR Martin, Dying Of The Light is an old school planetary romance that reminded me quite strongly of both Cordwainer Smith and CJ Cherryh, oddly enough, though the setting is pure Jack Vance Worlorn is a wandering world that enjoyed a brief heydey when, passing near a specatcular star system, it was transformed into a festival world where all the primary centres of human civilisation built cities to house thousands and even millions of inhabitants i [...]

  7. Scot Eaton

    I only gave it a 5 because I couldn t give it a 6 This is truly one of the best books ever written Martin creates a culture that jumps right off the page, and before you even get to appreciate the beauty of it, he throws it into conflict with a culture modeled after 20th century America The planet Worlorn itself is also very believable But the characters my gosh, the characters You will not find a single character in this novel that is not fully formed There is a depth of writing that other auth [...]

  8. Bryn Hammond

    I was in love with this novel early in life and have it indelibly stamped upon me The atmosphere ruins on an abandoned planet, a few people left there, devoted to things lost or old fashioned or with nowhere else to go It used to be a festival world and different races built their festival houses, alien architectures now derelict The mood known in the planet s name, Worlorn A war culture on its way out where teyn is the closest bond, a chosen brother, fight together, sleep together, women are ir [...]

  9. Gertie

    This book is annoying Well, I didn t finish, so I guess I can only say that about 22% of it.So much backstory and history and characters I frankly just don t get It s a little much for me I like a little of that for sure, because all simple dialog makes a story dull But at some point I just feel like saying Get to the point already As a very straightforward person it s a little painful to listen to people speaking in riddles It just feels a little too dragged out for my tastes So, clearly this i [...]

  10. Javier Muñoz

    Interesante historia en un mundo crepuscular, un planeta de los mundos exteriores cuya rbita le va alejando de un c mulo de estrellas, la rueda de fuego un mundo condenado a la oscuridad en el que ya apenas quedan habitantes.Dirk t Larien viaja a Worlorn con la esperanza de reencontrarse con su antiguo amor Gwen Delvano cuando esta le env a su joya susurrante en se al de que le necesita a su lado, pero Dirk encontrar a Gwen unida por jade y plata a Jaan Vikary y a su teyn Garse Janacek, dos miem [...]

  11. Vagner Stefanello

    Review in Portuguese from Desbravando Livros O primeiro livro escrito por Martin j come a a mostrar uma das v rias caracter sticas do autor a complexidade dos personagens Este foi um livro que n o me prendeu a aten o no come o, pois eu havia ficado um pouco confuso com os nomes dos planetas e seus mundos, mas no momento em que a hist ria de Dirk t Larien e Gwen Delvano come ou a se desenrolar eu n o conseguia tirar o olho do livro em algumas partes A a o no livro fren tica, misturada com uma dos [...]

  12. Sabrina Kammer

    Dirk t Larien folgt dem Hilferuf seiner Jugendliebe Gwen, die seit l ngerer Zeit auf der sterbenden Welt Worlorn lebt Doch als er dort eintrifft, scheint sie ihr Meinung ge ndert zu haben und m chte, dass er Worlorn wieder verl sst Denn Gwen ist inzwischen verheiratet und liebt ihren Mann Jaan ber alles Was Dirk zuerst nicht weiss Gewn ist mit der Heirat auch einer Kultur beigetreten, die Frauen unterdr ckt und ihnen keine Eigenbestimmung erlaubt Dirk kann nicht glauben, dass sie dieses Schicksa [...]

  13. Althea Ann

    Written well 1977 before Martin s highly acclaimed but not yet with an end in sight Song of Ice and Fire series, Dying of The Light is a novel that shows many of the skills that that series has been appreciated for complex interpersonal relationships, deft characterizations, believable world building, to the degree that you want to just step right in and look around the corners to see what else is there because you know that something isI actually finished this book really wishing that Martin ha [...]

  14. Lilja

    I completely loved this book I think the biggest accomplishment of this stand alone novel is that it never feels dated It was written in the late 1970s I ve read lots 70 s sci fi Many not all of GRRM s contemporaries were ripping off Asimov, Bradbury, Herbert, Roddenberry, and the Star Wars movies, as well as many others This book is stand out for feeling fresh and new, as if it were released just last week.Another great accomplishment of this book is that it is a perfect example of Martin creat [...]

  15. Youssef

    George R.R Martin created an incredibly rich universe where human civilisation is rebuilding itself after war and collapse, then, in its midst, placed an ephemeral planet in advanced decay Used, then discarded by civilisation, it s being slowly engulfed by cold and darkness But then, he chose to put against this backdrop the sorriest characters in that universe Dumb, fickle, inconsiderate, cowardly and thoroughly uninteresting The result is a tedious story where you grow frustrated by the very s [...]

  16. Jesse

    Absolutely AMAZING.This is the first book of George R R Martin s that I ve read, however I am in the middle of watching the Game of Thrones series, and debates about not judging movies by their books books by their movies aside, since Mr Martin is quite involved in the production of Game of Thrones, I think it is safe to say that you can learn about his style than watching some other adaptation where the author has little or no say in the final product.So with that being said, I recognize a few [...]

  17. Luca De Rosa

    Martin built an enormous universe just for this tiny world It built an entire culture made of feudal violence, that fights to cope with the modernity of space travel, lost and found in the centuries.The planet is dying, and life will end in cold darkness.Remind of anything

  18. Andrew

    I went back this month to re read some of Martin s early SF This was his first published novel, I believe he already had a short fiction Hugo and a couple of nominations in his pocket.Like nearly all of Martin s SF, this book is set in the Thousand Worlds a loose far future history spanning millennia of time and a range of narrative styles The planet Worlorn is wonderfully named and wonderfully gothic a rogue planet which happened to drift into the multiple star system called the Hellcrown, beyo [...]

  19. Terry Pearce

    Exceptional for a first novel Still a really really good sci fi novel forty years later Martin has always had a talent for depicting power relations between characters, and there s always a lot of subtle stuff going on between characters I saw it the first thing I read of his, the werewolf novella Skin Trade, and then in Fevre Dream, and then in A Song of Ice and Fire, but it was on display all the way back here, in spades There s also some amazing world building and ideas on show The pacing, pa [...]

  20. Gaby

    Well, GRRM has come a long way since 1977 s Dying of the Light Set in a distant dying planet, Dirk is called for by his long lost love, who is embroiled in a strange relationship with men who are basically early sci fi prototypes of the Dothraki It was interesting to see how some of the elements in this book eventually became part of A Song of Ice and Fire the Dothrakis are somewhat similar to the Kavalar, also the scene in which view spoiler Dirk is hunted through the woods reminded me a bit of [...]

  21. Daniorte

    Un libro que va de m s a menos Al principio crea un mundo genial Crea mundos ricos en detalles, los describe a la perfecci n as como la fauna que los rodea y la cultura que esta detr s Muchos toques al estilo Canci n de Hielo y Fuego el crear una historia de clanes, muertes contadas de la manera m s brusca, personajes con dos caras El kimdissi bien podr a ser la ara a de Canci n de Hielo y Fuego y la historia de amor que vertebra el libro Digo que el libro va de m s a menos porque, tras crear el [...]

  22. Marquise

    For being his first ever, this novel by GRRM is quite good Took me time to get into the plotline, and wasn t particularly impressed by the protagonists but rather was drawn towards the secondary characters There s a number of small details that will have veteran A Song of Ice and Fire fans amongst which I am chuckling in recognition, because certain details that are read about in the much famous ASOIAF series germinated here.Overall, a decent book and great for comparison and analysis on how t [...]

  23. Sita_belen

    Esta novela me ha cautivado.Con el estreno de la ltima temporada de GOT y teniendo en cuenta que hace dos a os que termin los libros publicados de la saga me apetec a much simo leer algo de George RR Martin y me decid por su primera novela.La escribi antes de cumplir los 30 y tengo que decir que no ten a grandes expectativas Ilusa Este libro es una aut ntica pasada La maestr a de G RR M para crear mundos y razas es indudable Y aqu encuentras una gran muestra de ello Las descripciones de Worlorn [...]

  24. Derek

    This is one of the shorter GRRM works I ve read, but still, the depth of detail and setting is amazing, it s like what you d expect of A Song Of Ice And Fire The writing is amazing, very impressive and the story, though practically a love story is one helluva fun read there s no doubting it, GRRM is the master of fantasy writing.

  25. Thomas Watson

    A strange, dark, violent story set on a dying world The setting is a tale by itself, with the planet Worlorn arguably one of the characters The story is largely driven by each character s inability to deal with life as it is, rather than how they wish it could be, with naive pride, confused love, and misguided devotion to an obsolete code of behavior defining what happens along the way None of the characters emerges unscathed change comes to them all by the end Beautifully written and realized I [...]

  26. Daniel Garrido

    El universo de los Mil Mundos es la ambientaci n imaginaria creada por George R R Martin donde transcurren varias novelas como la que hoy rese o y una larga lista de relatos distribuidos en diversas antolog as pod is encontrar la mayor a en los tres vol menes de la autobiograf a literaria de Martin publicados por Gigamesh El escritor c lebre por Canci n de Hielo y Fuego inici su carrera novel stica con esta Muerte de la Luz publicada en 1977 y en la que se aprovecha de esta abigarrado y bien con [...]

  27. Cres

    I really enjoyed Dying of the Light, George R.R Martin s first full length novel Despite being published in 1977, the story has stood up really since it was written 40 years ago No flip top data tricorder, hokey gadgets or technology that couldn t easily fit into a modern space epic I think that is due in large part to while technically being labeled Science Fiction , the story felt a mash up between it and High Fantasy Aside from the opening travel to the planet in which the story takes place, [...]

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