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Winter in Eden #2020

Winter in Eden They are sauriansThey are armed and dangerous On an Earth where the descendants of dinosaurs are still the dominant species human beings have only their ingenuity to pit against the terrifying biolog

  • Title: Winter in Eden
  • Author: Harry Harrison Bill Sanderson
  • ISBN: 9780586064795
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Paperback
  • Winter in Eden By Harry Harrison Bill Sanderson, They are sauriansThey are armed and dangerous.On an Earth where the descendants of dinosaurs are still the dominant species, human beings have only their ingenuity to pit against the terrifying biological technology of the Yilan Kerrick grew up as their slave pet now he must rescue his embattled people with the help of the seafaring Paramutans And in order to succeed hThey are sauriansThey are armed and dangerous.On an Earth where the descendants of dinosaurs are still the dominant species, human beings have only their ingenuity to pit against the terrifying biological technology of the Yilan Kerrick grew up as their slave pet now he must rescue his embattled people with the help of the seafaring Paramutans And in order to succeed he must place the future of the entire human species at riskWinter in Edencontinues Harry Harrison s acclaimed epic story of the titanic clash between two implacably opposed cultures the saurian Yilan and the resourceful mammals who have dared to challenge their absolute power.Cover Illustration Gino D Achille

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    1. A good continuation of the first book, and I m into the last of the trilogy The writing is always good, but my rating dropped just a bit because after the initial new concepts of the first book, this one is of an adventure story I like the exploration of social and scientific issues in SciFi, and Mr Harrison is very creative Unfortunately for my enjoyment, there were several disconnects in the technical details The story is interesting, but as the second book moves on, no development of the so [...]

    2. Muy buena continuaci n de las aventuras de Kerrick y sus amigos, y la lucha entre la humanidad y las yilan En este libro, Harrison introduce nuevos elementos y personajes que enriquecen el libro y abren nuevas inc gnitas sobre esta Tierra tan parecida y diferente a la nuestra Aunque se cierra de una forma m s o menos satisfactoria, quedan cabos sueltos m s que evidentes para poder cerrar el libro en una trilog a CF de la buena, llena de imaginaci n Muy recomendable.

    3. Harry certainly went into a lot of detail in creating his world, but sometimes the use of new words from the languages of his different races slowed the story down a little.Still a classic though.

    4. This is the second in the Eden series, and I admit that I m a bit embarrassed to be seen reading them I think it has something to do with the pulpy covers, or maybe I feel ridiculous admitting that I m reading a book about talking dinosaurs, but the truth is that these are solid science fiction in the classic what if tradition What if the dinosaurs had not died off, but continued to evolve as the dominant species type in the form of a species named Yilane What would that mean for humans I did no [...]

    5. L ucronia assoluta.Immaginate una storia alternativa per il nostro pianeta Ma non semplicemente una delle tante variazioni del flusso degli eventi storici, bens qualcosa di pi radicale.Immaginate che sulla Terra si sia sviluppata una civilt il cui progresso scientifico sia imperniato sulla manipolazione genetica di ogni forma di vita Una civilt in grado di costruire citt con il tessuto vivente di multiformi specie arboree, di solcare il mare a bordo di grandi pesci nave, di attaccare i suoi nemi [...]

    6. Much of the same sentiments held as West of Eden, but an entertaining tale loved the paleolit fic elements Loved that HH s Eden books can be read to a nice resting point with Winter, like the twofer because most favor or perhaps need the trilogy refreshing I d perhaps read the third of Eden if I come across it naturally In regard to the author himself, I have two others of his slated as on deck The recently late was why I started reading his work admittedly Harry Harrison was a damn good writer, [...]

    7. What if dinosaurs had not become extinct, but instead evolved sentience These sentient dinosaurs have also developed biotech to a certain extent, using non sentient dinosaur species for various purposes In the trilogy, the dinosaur civilization founds a colony in America and comes into contact with Stone Age humans This whole thing could rapidly have descended into sillyness but it is mildly entertaining and thought provoking The three novels are West of Eden Winter in Eden Return to Edenbookssb [...]

    8. A good extension of the story, although the motivations of Kerrick are kind of unbelieveable So you ve spent all this time rescuing your partner, have a child, then abandon them for two years Even though your fascination with the Yilane culture and technology as caused major rifts between you and her Not to mention the fact that you know that your archenemy is desperate and working tirelessly to to find you and wipe out your family and your entire race Right.

    9. Vai tas ir tik daudz pras ts, lai autors atceras, cik dinozauriem ir pirkstu Pirm gr mata bija laba Aizraujo a Ta u ab s n kamaj s t li r kojas st vi un neatbilsto i vi u pag tnei Skarbi mednieki izpl st garos savu mot vu izskaidrojumos k telenove u varones, galvenais varonis m t jas savos uzskatos turpatpaka J eras pie lab kas literat ras.

    10. 3.5 As the trilogy continues, with very much the same central conflict, we spread out geographically and are introduced to divergent groups of both evolutionary and philosophical nature Though this remains rather impressive speculative fiction, the shift in emphasis was greatly appreciated here I might even say necessary to maintain my interest for another installment.

    11. I love the idea of the Eden series, but I found this to be an exceedingly average sequel The plot meanders around for close to four hundred pages and never gets to the point Actually, the point is the setup for the next sequel and in that it succeeds admirably

    12. A continuation of the Eden trilogy, in which the two intelligent species on Earth one reptilian and one mammalian each intent on obliterating the other It is as good as the first book, West of Eden which I previously reviewed and for the same reasons.

    13. Not a bad read Like the first book in the series, there are a few quirks in the plot s timeline and the characters are a bit one dimensional, but the world described is interesting and well presented

    14. Should probably be 3.5 starts The second novel of a trilogy it moves the story along well and sets the stages for the conflict to be seen in the third novel.

    15. Another enjoyable bit of escapism from Harry Harrison Not as good as the first part, but still quite fun Besides who can go past dinosaurs

    16. Wonderful follow up to the wonderful WEST OF EDEN This is cavemen vs the dinosaurs as you never thought about it before.

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