Publish date: June 9th 2005
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Series: Ringworld (#1)
Rozpoczynając przygodę z tą serią początkowo nie mogłem się odnaleźć w specyficznym stylu autora książek. Jednak sam fabuła była na tyle interesująca, że po pewnym czasie wchłonęła mnie bez reszty. Tajemnica pierścienia oraz wartka akcja i mnóstwo przygód bohaterów powoduje, że czyta się ją z zapart...
The image is as powerful as anything in science fiction: an artificial, constructed world—a spinning ring orbiting a star at an incredible speed, its dimensions measured not in the thousands of miles (as Earth and its sister planets are) but in the millions and billions of miles. The inner surface o...
Ringworld is definitely a sci-fi classic, a monumental achievement in world building. Any sci-fi aficionados who don’t like it should be ashamed of themselves.Argh! It’s never pleasant to go against the conventional wisdom but over at PrintSF (online SF discussion community) I see a lot of comments ...
Ringworld is apparently one of those fundamental scifi classics that everyone should read. I'm honestly not sure how I feel about such "fundamental" stories, "classics," or, for that matter, the genre of scifi. However, when I found Ringworld on audio, I decided to do my readerly duty, suck it up,...
The ideas were worth reading, but the writing wasn't to my liking. The characters were empty and unlikeable and there wasn't much to the plot. The Ringworld is a nice concept and by no means do I regret reading this book, it just wasn't entertaining enough for me.