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I have finished the book Ringworld

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[Reply] #21
11-11-2007 09:08 PM
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ChaosSpartan wrote:

Squipple wrote: Good book, but WIERD!!!

Too tired to write a review. Will do tommorow.

Where did you find it?

The book? My parents read Building Harlequin’s Moon, and they said they liked the author and I should look at some of his bookd if I like science fiction and I found Ringworld. I gave a devastating cry of WTF? It looked just like Halo!


The MASK wrote: Need I remind everyone Howard Stern’s Penis accomplished far more than Jesus.

[Reply] #22
01-26-2008 11:25 PM

Niven is one of my favorite science fiction writers.

The Ringworld books: Ringworld, The Ringworld Engineers**, The Ringworld Throne, and Ringworld’s Children.

The series was written over a 34 year period (1970-2004), and takes place in his “Known Space” universe of which the following are included:

* World of Ptavvs (1966)
* A Gift From Earth (1968)
* Neutron Star (collection) (1968)
* The Shape of Space (collection) (1969)
* Protector (1973) <== **should be read BEFORE The Ringworld Engineers!
* Tales of Known Space: The Universe of Larry Niven (collection) (1975)
* Three Books of Known Space (omnibus) (1989)
* The Long Arm of Gil Hamilton (fix-up novel) (1976)
* The Patchwork Girl (1980)
* World of Ptavvs / A Gift From Earth / Neutron Star (omnibus) (1991)
* Flatlander: The Collected Tales of Gil 'the Arm' Hamilton (omnibus) (1995)
* Fleet of Worlds Larry Niven and Edward M. Lerner (2007)

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