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PDF kdglasscouk ç The Integral Trees PDF ¶ The IntegralPDF EPUB ² integral kindle, trees pdf, The Integral free, The Integral Trees KindleBrilliant idea just brilliant I know some readers criticize Niven's tendencies towards recycling ideas positing that he's simply rehashing his basic premise of creating an oddly shaped world thingy and thereby seeking success off the back of his huge bestseller the sci fi masterpiece Ringworld but the Integral Trees is eually graceful and luscious in detail another heavyweight stunner of impressive imaginative scope I loved it and the seuel Totally great believable sci fi akin to Kim Williams' Mars trilogy or Arthur C Clarke's Rendezvous With Rama

PDF kdglasscouk ç The Integral Trees PDF ¶ The IntegralPDF EPUB ² integral kindle, trees pdf, The Integral free, The Integral Trees KindleGreat world building here but there is no plot to speak of The people here live on giant 100km long floating trees in a weightless gas cloud The trees spin and provide artificial gravity The reason the trees are called integral trees is because the two tufts of foliage on opposite ends curve in opposite directions due to spinning in air so the trees look like integral symbols This concept would have made a good short story but there was not enough there to carry a full length novel

PDF kdglasscouk ç The Integral Trees PDF ¶ The IntegralPDF EPUB ² integral kindle, trees pdf, The Integral free, The Integral Trees KindleThe setting of this book the environment and science behind it all is absolutely wonderful and typical of the weird and wonderful places and people you get from this author Unfortunately the plot and the characterisation fall short of Niven's usual fare and some of the potential that this book had was lost It's sad that I read this book's seuel first and felt that I'd missed nothing by starting on that one

PDF kdglasscouk ç The Integral Trees PDF ¶ The IntegralPDF EPUB ² integral kindle, trees pdf, The Integral free, The Integral Trees KindleI sort of liked this book until my favorite character or the only character I felt any sympathy for was forced to do something I couldn't forgive Excellent world building by Niven

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PDF kdglasscouk ç The Integral Trees PDF ¶ The IntegralPDF EPUB ² integral kindle, trees pdf, The Integral free, The Integral Trees KindleThe world Niven creates here is fascinating and as you might expect well thought out scientifically However for me he doesn't make best use of it There is much vaster scope for description the world is beautiful and wonderful but Niven seems to often forget this getting distracted by principles of movement burgeoning business empires and steam engines The plots of both books race along but are not particularly involving and are even a little vague overall Characterisation is the weakest point with there being little difference between protagonists and the cast is large all are mainly good natured pragmatic and practical with little other difference to make

PDF kdglasscouk ç The Integral Trees PDF ¶ The IntegralPDF EPUB ² integral kindle, trees pdf, The Integral free, The Integral Trees KindleThis edition contained two books The Integral Trees which I finished reading the other day and which I discussed at my Sci Fi Book Club meeting last night on July 10 2012 and the seuel The Smoke Ring After some consideration I decided to review the two books as a unit since that’s how they are set up in the volume I read I will also note that I really enjoyed these books which contain both hard science fascinating sociology and a good plotAs the story begins in The Integral Trees we are presented with a world system of a ring of matter surrounding a neutron star; what is important to remember about this ring of m

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