La nave estelar [Brian ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. coleccion Clasicos Nebulae nº 14, 1ª edicion febrero , traduccion. : Clasicos Nebulae numero La nave estelar: Autor/es: Brian W. Aldiss Editorial: Edhasa. Coleccion. Fecha Edicion: primera edicion. Brian Aldiss – la nave estelar. Mind-Blowing Spaceships from s British Mind-Blowing Spaceships from British Paperbacks: “Equator” by Brian Aldiss.
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Look, I’m not usually this obtuse, but I don’t want to hand out spoilers – read the book, and pay special attention to how they time their watches on the first night aldjss the escape.
Can they ever take control of their enclosed universe of hell? The people from Earth seem nvae likeable at first they actually try not to kill anyonebut then you learn they are basically just observing and keeping all the misery going.
They harnessed the mind-meld powers of other mammals, used moths as spies, and started building their own civilization from the detritus of the dizzies. The giant ship is sent esfelar colonize a planet Procyon V. I want the film version or a Tv show version now, maybe a modern Twilight Zone could adapt this for the modern audience. OK I accept abstract but then there are no rules. The beginning is slow brisn the ending is loaded with highly implausible exposition.
For the first hundred pages we follow the unlikeable protagonist as he roams the ship and there begins to be a bit of a problem with viewpoint. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Complain, the main character, changes the most in the story.
They have little or no time to contemplate the past or future. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
The stories themselves are very different except for the very strong superficial similarities of setting and, sort of, ending. But as the plot moves on, this character quickly forgets all this and becomes a caricature of a 50s damsel who needs the men to lead. Each character is distinctive.
I knew the basic plot going in – people on an interstellar generational ship descended into a state of barbarism and savagery, not really realizing that their world is an artificial starship, until somehow the truth is revealed. Holy crap, what a mind-frell! This is one of those stories where there are no tangential characters, rather, every single character introduced becomes an important character brought up multiple times throughout the narrative.
Books like paintings need to portray a workable world to pass the credible. And the very end briwn quite make any sense. The writing is impressive and simple. Paul Lynch rated it it was ok May 05, However, in Non-Stop the starship has had been involved in an accident and is now flying uncontrolled through space.
An old school generation ship story.
Gossamerblu rated it it was ok Nov 16, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Great stuff, highly recommended, and best of all, the science still stands up pretty well perhaps better than anyone could have expected, since our real world has since had crises that this book in some ways predicts.
An interesting read, really. They spend their time existing in the present. It is suggested earlier in the novel that the Procyon colonists would have died from not being able to break down the alien proteins.
I love reading these Masterworks books and this was a story I esfelar never heard of. As soon as something interesting happened, the pace of the book immediately slowed down.
La nave estelar by Brian W. Aldiss (2 star ratings)
The lowest note in Ancient Greek music. Between the decks, intelligent rats have learned to use tools and have enslaved other creatures such as telepathic rabbits and moths to leech thoughts from humans. In that time the remaining crew became separated into tribes. To view it, click here. Half of the book is a snooze fest, the other half felt random and unfocused. Where it falls down is in its rambling. What if the passengers onboard this immersive and self-sustaining ship forget that they are on a ship at all?
La nave estelar
This was Aldiss’ first novel. Tiberiusgraccus rated it it was ok Jul 07, Refresh and try again. And yes, the translation IS pretty weird in places, makes briaan even more confusing with all the quasi-religious babble. Sci fi novel; primitive tribes, jungle, spaceship, tunnels. Originally published inNon-Stop originally entitled Starship in the USA, but now restored to its original title frequently appears among lists of the all-time great science fiction novels.
The journey questions his beliefs, his worldview, why he esteoar and who he can rely on and trust. Estrlar by Brian W. No negative emotions are held back; only positive thoughts and emotions are held in check.
The character is uncertain about how large the ship is and so is th I like s SF, for the most part.
It might be interesting to compare the two books. Complain agrees to join Marapper and several others as they undertake a dangerous journey to learn the truth about where they are and where they are going. As ever, I’m not going to provide a summary of the story itself, rather this review will highlight some of the themes and aspects of the book which stood out for me personally.
The first one was Greybeard. And maybe that is what it shoud have been. Ali kako je ovo prijevod revidiranog izdanja iz