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Devourer By Liu Cixin Holger Nahm Malice Bathory,

  • Title: Devourer
  • Author: Liu Cixin Holger Nahm Malice Bathory
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A crystalline structure floating through the depths of space bears tidings of destruction The Devourer approaches Countless cables, thousands of miles long, are lowered from the Devourer s inside wall to the Planet s surface below An entire world is trapped, like a fly in the web of a cosmic spider Giant transport modules are then sent back and forth between earth anA crystalline structure floating through the depths of space bears tidings of destruction The Devourer approaches Countless cables, thousands of miles long, are lowered from the Devourer s inside wall to the Planet s surface below An entire world is trapped, like a fly in the web of a cosmic spider Giant transport modules are then sent back and forth between earth and Devourer, taking with them the planet s oceans and atmosphere.
    Devourer A crystalline structure floating through the depths of space bears tidings of destruction The Devourer approaches Countless cables thousands of miles long are lowered from the Devourer s inside wall

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    1. Uite asa se scrie o povestire SF de 50 de pagini Recomand.P.S.Nu am cautat nod in papura detaliilor stiintifice din carte, dar nu se pomeneste niciun cuvant despre varstele inaintate la care ajung pamantenii Pur si simplu se zice tam nesam si 100 de ani mai tarziu si personajul ramane acelasi sacrificiul facut de oameni la finalul cartii nu are sens ori cu ei, ori fara ei, tot un pustiu in care nu aveai ce bea si ce manca ramanea adica ceea ce au lasat pe planeta murea oricum.

    2. This short novel is a real gem, it s a fun and thought provoking read from an interesting and obviously skilled Chinese author It s been translated beautifully because there were no hints of translation at all that I could detect The story details themselves are relatively standard sci fi ideas, but it s the human aspect that impressed me, and Liu presents humanity interestingly in the light of the alien invaders I was a little reminded of the work of John Scalzi and his Old Man s War universe n [...]

    3. Liu Cixin es,, hoy d a, mi escritor favorito de Ciencia Ficci n Retoma la mejor ciencia ficci n de maestros como Asimov para exprimir lo mejor en cada novela Ciencia Ficci n profunda que te transporta directamente al futuro para plantear dilemas o posibilidades que no podr amos imaginar sin su aporte.Devourer es un cuento breve sobre c mo la humanidad intenta sobrevivir al ataque de una civilizaci n m s avanzada que se acerca para devorar la tierra Magn fico relato con un final a la altura del r [...]

    4. A great short read from Liu Cixin, about an alien species travelling the Milky Way, raiding planets of their water and minerals to keep their generation ship going This bears quite a few of the hallmarks of Liu s writing style Incomprehensible aliens, humanity s futile attempts to defend from a threat that they cannot fully understand, large time scales, and a human protagonist that thinks outside the box when compared to the mob mentality In this case, a seemingly cold hearted army major who do [...]

    5. Interesante propuesta de un autor todav a no demasiado famoso G nero Novela corta Lo que nos cuenta Las fuerzas militares espaciales de la Tierra UNEPF entran en contacto con una estructura cristalina de manufactura alien gena que resulta ser un mensaje de advertencia sobre la inminente llegada a la Tierra de un gigantesco veh culo espacial de m s de cincuenta mil kil metros de di metro, una nave generacional tripulada por reptiles gigantes que lleva diez millones de a os vagando por la V a L ct [...]

    6. One of my favorites of Liu Cixin s works Multi fold plots, one after another, keep surprising you, even after you think the ending is doomed.There s a sequel to this novel, Nebula of Poems, but unlikely available to you English readers unfortunately, because it s too much language dependent full of Chinese ancient poems After everything is set, Fangs brings a worm poet to visit their overlord The visit ends up with a total disaster to the devourer s world

    7. Interesting idea, but it read like an Outer Limits episode rejected for being too costly I m not sure how much of that is just something dropping due to the translation Thankfully it was short so I could get through it without focusing on what didn t work for me and could focus on what did Definitely recommend the book as a filler type of book.

    8. Devourer is a short novel that plays fast and loose with the laws of physics, and eschews the detailed technological explanations found in much of contemporary science fiction Seveneves, Kim Stalney Robinson s Mars series, Singularity Sky, etc It feels much like reading the older and pulp but still idea focused science fiction that I grew up with.

    9. It was ok I realise that it is a translation, but the dialogue still felt a little forced and I found it unlikely that the one guy would remain so collected while everyone else panicked repeatedly Having said that, I liked the message the story imparted It successfully put humanity s minuscule importance in the scope of time space in to perspective.

    10. Demasiado forzado para mi gusto el origen de la raza alien gena, pero sin tener en cuenta eso, no deja de ser un gran relato que habla sobre la naturaleza humana y plantea el siempre interesante primer contacto con otras formas de vida inteligente.

    11. This Sci Fi novella 50 pages was a pretty enjoyable read I have no complains about the translation If you have a little time, definitely pull this one off the shelf.

    12. A fantastic short story, simple but yet thought provoking They cannot translate this guy s stuff fast enough for me

    13. Very quick read and quite enjoyable because of its originality Different take on the impending doom of the Three Body Problem Perfect for a 1hr plane flight.

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