Žvaigždės - šalti žaislai

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  • Sergei Lukyanenko
  • Lithuanian
  • 01 August 2018
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About the Author: Sergei Lukyanenko

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  1. Sinn says:

    Eigentlich ist die Idee hinter dem Roman eine tolle Sache Wenn Sergej Lukanjenko in Sternenspiel von Raumschiffen und Planeten erz hlt, habgierigen oder unterdr ckerischen au erirdischen Zivilisationen, so ist offensichtlich, dass er eigentlich die Parallelen unserer eigenen, heutigen, Welt meint.Leider ist es in diesem Fall die Umsetzung, an der das Unterfangen scheitert Denn w hrend die Basis Handlung vollkommen in Ordnung ist, verliert sich der Autor in seinem schier unermesslichen Detail Eigentlich ist die Idee hinter dem Roman eine tolle Sache Wenn Sergej Lukanjenko in Sternenspiel von Raumschiffen und Planeten erz hlt, habgierigen oder unterdr ckerischen au erirdischen Zivilisationen, so ist offensichtlich, dass er eigentlich die Parallelen unserer eigenen, heutigen, Welt meint.Leider ist es in diesem Fall die Umsetzung, an der das Unterfangen scheitert Denn w hrend die Basis Handlung vollkommen in Ordnung ist, verliert sich der Autor in seinem schier unermesslichen Detailreichtung Kein Zweifel Beim Schreiben hat sich der russische Science Fiction Spezialist bekannt durch die beiden Filme W chter des Tages und W chter der Nacht etwas gedacht.Dieser Umstand macht es mir unm glich die sonst so geniale Story einfach so weiterzuempfehlen Denn nur wer gen gend Zeit hat und sich gerne mit allen m glichen techno und soziologischen Konsequenzen aus unserer Gegenwart besch ftigen will sollte unbedingt zu diesem Buch greifen F r alle anderen ist die Handlung schlicht zu weit im Hintergrund

  2. Mike Dimitroff says:

    Mankind reaches for the stars in mid 21st Century, but quickly gets burned or frostbitten, given the title On its maiden flight to Sirius, NASA s prototype interstellar vehicle is intercepted and boarded by The Conclave of Worlds a seemingly omnipotent conglomerate of alien races The crew is captured and interrogated, and alien ships soon show up in Earth s skies Humanity is allowed to join the Conclave, but on outrageously unfair and humiliating terms Starting at the bottom, it may be Mankind reaches for the stars in mid 21st Century, but quickly gets burned or frostbitten, given the title On its maiden flight to Sirius, NASA s prototype interstellar vehicle is intercepted and boarded by The Conclave of Worlds a seemingly omnipotent conglomerate of alien races The crew is captured and interrogated, and alien ships soon show up in Earth s skies Humanity is allowed to join the Conclave, but on outrageously unfair and humiliating terms Starting at the bottom, it may be millennia before humans are promoted to a senior race position, if ever Unless something extraordinary happens Well, where humans go, something always doesAlthough some refer to the duology as hard Sci Fi , Lukyanenko doesn t dwell on technological details Seen through the eyes of a simple Russian space pilot, alien machines just work and that s that There are FTL drives, anti gravity, teleportation pads, and many other staples of a space opera, but technology is not the painting here, merely the canvas Space exploration and warfare are also not what the book is about, even though both elements are present abundantly To me, Stars will always be social Sci Fi Brilliantly original, beautifully written, this is a book about societal development, the relationship between individual and society, and the myriad things that could go wrong along the way The author subtly satirizes both the utopian visions of the Soviet Sci Fi specifically, the Strugatsky Brothers Midday World and Earth s real society from the end of the 20th Century It s not hard to make a parallel between the way the junior races of the Conclave and the weaker members of the UN are treated Like a third world country from the 1950s, Earth is caught between the rock of Conclave s supremacy of strong races over weak ones doctrine and the hard place of Geometers supremacy of ideology over individual choice The first book ends here, with just a hint of the existence of a third possibility Favorite quote If need be, the peaceful farmers will take up their laser sickles, and workers the nuclear hammers

  3. Leviosa says:

    Es macht einfach gro en Spa dieses Buch zu lesen bzw zu h ren, wunderbar gesprochen von Daniel Nathan , Lukjanenkos SciFi Geschichten sind voller seltsamer, liebenswerter Kreaturen und haben doch in all dem Trubel einen Tiefgang, der einen mitrei t Er schafft es fremde Wesen und Kulturen zu erzeugen, die aber doch real erscheinen und h lt uns mit den menschlichen Geometern einen verzerrten Spiegel unserer selbst vor Was hei t Menschlichkeit, was opfern wir daf r Die Sterne sind kaltes Spie Es macht einfach gro en Spa dieses Buch zu lesen bzw zu h ren, wunderbar gesprochen von Daniel Nathan , Lukjanenkos SciFi Geschichten sind voller seltsamer, liebenswerter Kreaturen und haben doch in all dem Trubel einen Tiefgang, der einen mitrei t Er schafft es fremde Wesen und Kulturen zu erzeugen, die aber doch real erscheinen und h lt uns mit den menschlichen Geometern einen verzerrten Spiegel unserer selbst vor Was hei t Menschlichkeit, was opfern wir daf r Die Sterne sind kaltes Spielzeug

  4. Shennety says:

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  5. Anna says:

    I bought this one at a library sale, thinking I would try out a Russian sci fi author Surely, if his work had made it all the way to Austria, it can t be bad However, I was disappointed.Premise The premise itself is quite interesting humans are space faring, along with many other species, and are dominated by the strong races However, the execution is poor.Plot The cover of the book promises an epic space opera, but what I got was mostly introspective philosophical thoughts about humanit I bought this one at a library sale, thinking I would try out a Russian sci fi author Surely, if his work had made it all the way to Austria, it can t be bad However, I was disappointed.Premise The premise itself is quite interesting humans are space faring, along with many other species, and are dominated by the strong races However, the execution is poor.Plot The cover of the book promises an epic space opera, but what I got was mostly introspective philosophical thoughts about humanity There is hardly any action, and when something does happen, it is told vaguely and in a somehow boring way.Characters The characters are flat, especially the female ones, who are often reduced to their gender There is a latent sexism throughout the book the main character constantly thinks of women in terms of their attractiveness, once he thinks she should go home, have children, and raise them herself , and the narrow translucent bands that women wear to cover their breasts on a planet the main character visits are clearly a fantasy of the author s There are also instances of homophobia for instance when the main character calls a gay character perverse in an inner monologue.Writing mediocre at best, offensive and or boring at worst.All in all, I would not recommend

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  7. Sergey says:

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  8. Sunsy says:

    Ein wundervolles SF Spektakel, das ich verschlungen habe HIER

  9. Jeid says:

    One of the only books I ve readthan once

  10. Christian says:

    One of the most impressive works of science fiction I ve read for some time.