Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419)

Unlimited Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419) - by Timothy Zahn Irmina Domeikienė - Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419), vaig d i raiteliai PFAF Kai monija i tyrin jo artimiausias vaig des atrod kad Galaktikoje esame vieni Ta iau gan greit sutikome tempius keistus svetimeivius kurie prisijaukino vaig d i arklius ne tik tino dyd io kosmini Unlimited Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419) - by Timothy Zahn Irmina Domeikienė - Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419), vaig d i raiteliai PFAF Kai monija i tyrin jo artimiausias vaig des atrod kad Galaktikoje esame vieni Ta iau gan greit sutikome tempius keistus svetimeivius kurie prisijaukino vaig d i arklius ne tik tino dyd io kosmini

  • Title: Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419)
  • Author: Timothy Zahn Irmina Domeikienė
  • ISBN: 9789986972075
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419)

Unlimited Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419) - by Timothy Zahn Irmina Domeikienė, Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419), Timothy Zahn Irmina Domeikienė, vaig d i raiteliai PFAF Kai monija i tyrin jo artimiausias vaig des atrod kad Galaktikoje esame vieni Ta iau gan greit sutikome tempius keistus svetimeivius kurie prisijaukino vaig d i arklius ne tik tino dyd io kosminius gyv nus padedan ius iai civilizacijai okin ti tarp dangaus k n Ta iau mon s nepasitiki tempiais o tempiai tariai velgia mones konfliktas br sta ir ne iKai m Unlimited Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419) - by Timothy Zahn Irmina Domeikienė - Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419), vaig d i raiteliai PFAF Kai monija i tyrin jo artimiausias vaig des atrod kad Galaktikoje esame vieni Ta iau gan greit sutikome tempius keistus svetimeivius kurie prisijaukino vaig d i arklius ne tik tino dyd io kosmini

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Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419)

About “Timothy Zahn Irmina Domeikienė

  • Timothy Zahn Irmina Domeikienė

    Timothy Zahn attended Michigan State University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in physics in 1973 He then moved to the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and achieved an M.S degree in physics in 1975 While he was pursuing a doctorate in physics, his adviser became ill and died Zahn never completed the doctorate In 1975 he had begun writing science fiction as a hobby, and he became a professional writer He and his wife Anna live in Bandon, Oregon They have a son, Corwin Zahn.



171 thoughts on “Žvaigždžių raiteliai (PFAF, #419)

  • More like a 3.5 What was missing for me was was humor, interior scene setting and depth of personal relationships What is there beauty of space astronomical phenomena, travel, navigation, psychology, and most interestingly the interplay between two perspectives in conflict over time.


  • Serious lessons on growing past prejudices arise when Captain Roman pro Tampy, his new young second Ferrol anti faction, plus deformed humanoid screechy stinky alien Tampy navigators against predatory also smelly humans who bend and break natural cycles, must learn to get along together on the ship Amity, towed to Jump far past normal human engine design capabilities by a space horse Their escapades are heart pounding thrills facing human space horse calf pirates view spoiler Ferrol s first appe [...]


  • One of the problems I often have with sci fi and fantasy is that the authors rarely bother to make their worlds ecologically plausible Large carnivores will live underground in places that there wouldn t be a food source large enough to support them Aliens will appear to have evolved to hunt man on a planet where there were no men, and so such adaptations would have been selected against Etc.This book actually takes the notion of ecology seriously and uses it as a set of assumptions to build a f [...]


  • I read this a long time ago It was a little different from most space operas in that there really wasn t much warfare rather, there were two species trying to avoid war, while holding irreconcilable viewpoints Humans have gone into space doing what they do on Earth reshaping and sometimes destroying the environment to suit their needs The aliens, the Tampies, are one with nature types who view human terraforming as abhorent Neither race is evil, neither race is wrong, but their two worldviews ar [...]


  • I got super excited when I saw this book thinking it was new Zahn Alas, it was just new to ebook Zahn That s OK though as it was still new to me As usual with Zahn s books I found this an enjoyable read The story is about the conflict between humans and aliens over space horses, creatures that enable faster space travel Zahn does an excellent job of imagining a truly alien species with vastly different values and thinking compared to the humans Some of the humans, in contrast, were strangely fla [...]


  • One of Zahn s better books Unusual in that it chronicles Earth s struggles with getting used to a benign race called the Tampies In order to prove that the two races can work together, a mixed crew aboard one of the Tampie living ships tries to adjust to each other as they research new worlds There s tension between pro and anti alien factions, and some startling discoveries that await them.It s interesting because the alien race aren t conquerors, but don t like us because they view us as out o [...]


  • Zahn never disappoints me, and this book was no exception I love how much detail he puts into new races, that are just so much alien than other aliens in most books He stresses in most of his books how difficult relations would be with any race we happen to come across, and I can t help but agree But he also doesn t just demonize the human race, but shares the blame of the failed relationships on everyone involved.


  • The book revolves around two characters Roman, who wants peace with the Tampies, and Ferrol, who is very much against Both are assigned to the same mission, which may be the last chance of averting war with the Tampies.What I like is that neither side is demonized and how Ferrol and Roman come to respect each other A fairly good read that I got through in one sitting.


  • Typical Zahn truly unique aliens and sci fi concepts, well woven plots, likeable characters, even the bad guys There s nothing to dislike here I read Triplett and didn t like it that much, so I thought I d stick with his StarWars books Im glad I gave this one a chance, and I will be reading others not set in the Star Wars universe.


  • I have read many of Timothy Zahn s books and have never been disappointed I wasn t disappointed this time either The premiss of WarHorse is a little far out even for Science Fiction but Zahn takes it and makes it into a very good Space Opera type story I recommend it to all fans of Timothy Zahn.


  • Very different from his Star Wars work, but in a very good way He opens up a complete new universe and manages to make it cohesive and readily accessible in the space of a single novel Zahn was already on my shortlist of favourite authors after the Thrawn series, and this book just further reinforced that assessment.




  • Zahn is a great authorI thought this was a fun sci fi book It s not his best though also not his worst and if you are looking for a quick read it s perfect


  • While I would have liked to see a bit depth of relationship between the characters, I did enjoy this book, especially that it was less predictable than a lot of science fiction.


  • Enjoyed the detailed space ecology and attention to scientific detail in this book but the characters didn t do a ton for me





  • I expected this to be edited better than it was I felt I was reading a self published novel written by an author without a proofreader I finally gave up trying to wade through the typos.



  • Zahn s work is so imaginative Oh, yes, of course there are politics and war or threat of same , not unexpected in much sci fi, but it s his aliens and their societies and cultures that grab me.


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