Fb2 War World: Discovery ePub
by John F. Carr
|Author:||John F. Carr|
|Publisher:||Pequod Press; 1st edition (August 10, 2010)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1298 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1137 kb|
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The original War World books featured stories from such famous . authors as Larry Niven, David Drake, Janet Morris, . Stirling, Harry Turtledove, e. l. You won't find those authors in this book. The technical quality of the writing isn't bad, exactly, but for a series titled "War World" the stories in this volume are incredibly boring.
War World: The Burning Eye. John F. Carr. I got the Kindle version of War World: Discovery. There are a number of pages with some kind of offset problem; sometimes there's a missing line when you go from page to page
War World: The Burning Eye. War World: Cyborg Revolt. There are a number of pages with some kind of offset problem; sometimes there's a missing line when you go from page to page. Even weirder is the fact that the Kindle book has the table of contents at the end of the file.
War World: Discovery (2010). Carr at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database. Carr's personal site. Carr's manuscript collection at St. Bonaventure University has a comprehensive list of his work, though it isn't always completely up to date. War World: Takeover (2011). War World: The Lidless Eye (2013). War World: Cyborg Revolt (2013). H. Beam Piper Memorial Site created by John F. Carr and Dennis Frank to help preserve the memory of science fiction writer H. Beam Piper. Works by John F. Carr at Project Gutenberg. Works by or about John F. Carr at Internet Archive.
War World is a series of collaborative science fiction books set in the CoDominium universe of Jerry Pournelle, some novels being co-authored by John F. Carr and Don Hawthorne, as well as Larry Niven and S. M. Stirling. It consists of five short story collections by various authors and two novels. Most stories take place on a single world, Haven, and many involve battles between Haven's people and the ruthless, genetically engineered race of supersoldiers called Saurons.
the Reverend Charles Castell demanded. He held out his fingers like claws. He motioned with urgency, causing the white robes to flap on his scrawny frame. His eyes stared, and drool escaped a corner. His hair formed a white halo behind his shiny, bare face; the walk he’d taken through the fire pit over a decade ago had robbed him forever of his facial hair. Kev Malcolm, Castell’s First Deacon, handed over another tangle of rope, then sat back into a resigned, exhausted slouch.
The moon Haven contains the harshest environments for life among the seventy habitable planets within the CoDominium sphere. After Haven's discovery, this distant moon quickly.
John F. Carr’s most popular book is The Cosmic Computer. Discovery (War World, by.
War World Discovery! War World Takeover. The War World series includes seven short story collections and five novels all taking place in Jerry Pournelle’s Co-Dominium and Empire of Man Future History, spanning several thousand years. The primary setting is a barely-habitable moon named Haven, or War World as it later becomes known. Born of rebellion and civil war, Haven, is a world forever at war, each with all-and all against the Saurons.