Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback

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Le's wormholes constructed in the orbit of Jupiter had opened the galaxy to humankind Then Poole tried looping a wormhole back on itself tying a knot in space and ripping a hole in time It worked Too well Poole was never seen again Then from far in the future from a time so di

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Ring by Stephen BaxtReading Ring By Stephen Baxter Berkingmadcouk Michael Poole's wormholes constructed in the orbit of Jupiter had opened the galaxy to humankind Then Poole tried looping a wormhole back on itself tying a knot in space and ripping a hole in time It Michael Poo

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[Reading] ➷ Ring By Stephen Baxter – Berkingmad.co.uk Michael Poole's wormholes constructed in the orbit of Jupiter had opened the galaxy to humankind Then Poole tried looping a wormhole back on itself tying a knot in space and ripping a hole in time It Stant that the stars themselves were dying embers came an urgent SOS and a promise The universe was doomed but humankind was not Poole had stumbled upon an immense artifact light years across fabricated from the very stRing of the cosmos The universe had a door And it was open

Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback Stephen Baxter is a trained engineer with degrees from Cambridge mathematics and Southampton Universities doctorate in aeroengineering research Baxter is the winner of the British Science Fiction Award and the Locus Award as well as being a nominee for an Arthur C Clarke Award most recently for Manifold Time His novel Voyage won the Sidewise Award for Best Alternate History Novel of the.

10 Comments on "Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback"

  • Apatt

    Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback Ring by Stephen BaxtHard science fiction authors are often criticized for writing prosaic prose and an inability to create believable complex characters Sci fi legends like Isaac Asimov and Arthur C Clarke did not escape such criticism yet their works remain immensely popular to this day and never go out of print This begs the uestion of whether we really need high literary value in hard sf I think this style of writing is uite suitable to convey the type of st


  • Toby

    Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback Ring by Stephen BaxtI'll start with a uote from The Times which has to be one of the finest review uotes for any novel you'll ever read; The book sends in to free fall the most awesome ideas in science fiction todayWhat makes these ideas assimilable is the prism of people through which they are refractedgood SF reveals the mortal host in the machineWith my reading of Ring Stephen Baxter has become my favourite modern science fiction author comparable in terms of sheer pleasure brought through ideas and storytelling scope to the greats like Asimov Clarke and HeinleinFor days now I've be


  • Lightreads

    Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback Ring by Stephen BaxtHard SF Very hard I think I might have chipped a tooth Something is wrong with the sun and all the stars around us are dying far before their time A conscious virtual human is sent into Sol to investigate while an unlikely crew sets out to travel five million years into the future and see if there might be an escape for humanityRight so If you are not familiar with the Pauli Exclusion Principle baryons star life cycles and the speculative and bizarre edges of string theory which okay are generally indistinguishable from all of string theory then do not read this book 'Cause it won't explain any of that to you and you'll be left reading a jerkily paced rather bloodless book with wobbly dialogue shoddy social structures and talking head charactersIf you are familiar with the Pauli Exclusion Principle baryons star l


  • Jason

    Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback Ring by Stephen Baxt45 Stars Ring by Stephen Baxter is the best of the four book Xeelee Seuence Baxter did something smart and rare with this series All of the books are standalone novels You can read them in pretty much any order with the exception that Ring should be read last The coolest thing is the way that this book ties all four together It is amazingRing might be the most technical of the four books in this hard science fiction story This is a true hard science novel I loved how much time is spent on explaining the physics and the life cycle of the sun Hell I really have no idea if what I read is real or if I truly understand it but I do know


  • Rusty

    Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback Ring by Stephen BaxtI've finally done it I've gone and reread this book I've been threatening to for the past five years But here I've gone and made it happen Elsewhere I've discussed how this was the first non Star Trek piece of fiction I read after nearly a decade of well religious extremism wherein I vaguely thought this sort of thing was a sin But working nightshift where I spent most of my time sitting on my ass and trying to alleviate boredom led me to give this novel a shot I picked it up somewhere in the spring of '95 I'm all but certain at the bookstore on my way to work I had literally nothing to occupy me during those hours and I'd already gone through all the Star Trek


  • Steve Haywood

    Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback Ring by Stephen BaxtThe fourth book in a four book seuence that has really got me into Baxter and contemporary hard SF in general A group of humans have discovered that something is wrong with the sun and send an expedition five million years into the future to find out what went wrong Much is learned about the enigmatic and powerful Xeelee and their enemy the dark matter photino birdsreturnreturnI found this book an excellent one much like the others in the seuence though I wouldn t like to compare between them There are some chapters that contain a couple of pages of complex stellar physics that for the most part goes over my head but I can pick up some of it and it doesn t detract from the story Stephen Baxter writes great epic science fiction with believable science but also written in a way that is easy to follow Ring links in with the other three books in the series uite well and it


  • M.M. Strawberry Library & Reviews

    Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback Ring by Stephen BaxtThis really is one of the best science fiction books I have EVER read and this is also my first book by this author I've read books by other wonderful science fiction authors like Heinlein Asimov and Herbert and this just blew me away I'm not even kidding you I was sucked into this story with the tale of Lieserl and I kept looking forward to the parts which had her in itThe story and plot are fantastic imaginative and well written The amount of creativity and thought that went into this is just wow Seriously WOW I got a bit lost when the author talked about hard science but I was able to keep up well I will never forget this book for as long as I live and the ending was incredible I gotta say I did feel bad for poor Uvarov though


  • Hernando

    Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback Ring by Stephen BaxtFirst half of the book is pure gold in an epic scale but I somehow did not like when the handwavium Extra Super FTL hyperdrive appeared it wasn't that bad to compromise the whole book but I was not expecting that at all Probably it made sense in some way for the plot but It also made the universe looks like a small city and it sort of broke that sense of wonder you got when you reading about the Ring super strings etc Apart from that it could be a full 5 star book


  • Stevie Kincade

    Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback Ring by Stephen BaxtTimelike Infinity is one of my favorite Science Fiction novels and Ring summarizes then picks up immediately after the events of Timelike After slogging through Flux and listening to the excruciating Proxima I needed a decent break from Baxter A few months later I couldn't have been happier to be reading this frantically from the first chapter thinking Hooray Baxter IS good he just has some genuine stinkers tooIn Timelike Infinity we get an amazing story spun between a bunch of uantum theory In Ring we get a good story spun in between a ton of amazing science ideas By the end of Ring Baxter wants the reader to know ALL about Baryonic Matter uagma The Heisenberg uncertainty principle The Pauli Exclusion Principle and anything and everything you could ever want to think and know about stars Baxter's thing is to imagine how things he knows about physics could become an es


  • Roddy Williams

    Ring by Stephen Baxter doc ä Paperback Ring by Stephen BaxtThere's an awful lot going on in this volume and to be fair Baxter has his work cut out tying the events in with the other Xeelee universe narrativesThe Paradoxa organisation has evolved in the wake of Michael Poole's original journey to the future in