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StaruakeRbit After a staruake the humans have only one day to save the remains of cheela civilization from extinction. Dragon's Egg was one of my favorite books that I read last year an intriguing story about humans discovering intelligent life on a neutron star that lives a million times faster than we do I didn't realize there was a seuel until now and immediately bought itUnfortunately the first 13 of the book felt like the author had a bunch of random unrelated sci fi ideas and just decided to explore them one by one as technology used by the now highly advanced Cheela civilization Without an interesting plot backing them up these parts were a chore to read through and too easy to gloss over Looking back this section was basically just introducing the characters but bloated too heavily with technical passagesBut then the story picks up and I couldn't put the book down until the end The story was thrilling than the first book and again there were lots of cool ideas

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Read Staruake ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ù ❰KINDLE❯ ❁ Staruake Author Robert L. Forward – Helpyouantib.co.uk Staruake the seuel to Dragons Egg takes place on the surface of a neutron star The gravity is 67 billion Earth gravities The native cheela the size of sesame seeds live a million times faster thStaruake the seuel to Dragons Egg takes place on the surface of a neutron star The gravity is billion Earth g. This seuel to Dragon's Egg picks up right after the first which is already rather extraordinary for regular time constraint purposesJust imagine first contact with little super dense and fast living aliens living on a neutron star passing through our Solar System Now imagine how fast they live one million times faster than we do Civilizations rise and fall in a single day Technological breakthroughs cultural revolutions vast discoveries and vaster falls can happen in the space of momentsThis happened in the first book A week for us saw the Chela try to interpret the super slow movements of gods in the sky go through revolutions scientific breakthroughs and finally society capable of waiting for whole generations to speak a few words to us Add to that some pretty awesome science on both sides done realistic enough to surprise the crap out of me end the book on a really high note of a new alien civilization having taken all our combined knowledge to take it further than we ever dreamed and then give us book two This is where we begin and within a day the massively amazing technologically broken through society even now fulfilling a dream of time travel fallsEasy come Easy go The fall and the redemption of both their species and the fate of our astronauts So fun My only complaint The Chela may look weird and have VERY strange biology but psychologically they're pretty much exactly like us Fortunately the science and the ideas than make up for this slight flaw

Robert L. Forward ✓ 5 Read

Ravities The native cheela the size of sesame seeds live a million times faster than their human friends in o. Not as good as the first one Watching a high speed civilization evolve from the stone age to high tech in a few human minutes was fun in the first book but the author seems to have piled contrivance on convenience in order to do the same thing again Retreading the same ground can be fun but I found this one difficult to get through The writing was rough to the point of being jarring For example here are four adjacent sentences in the bookThe next thing you knew female cheela would be aborting their eggs because they got tired of carrying them They should be thankful they weren't human females who had to take care of their offspring after they were hatched Cliff Web had a modern holovid set with full computer accessories The computer was not uite as intelligent as a robot but nearly as goodThat's right we went from abortion to computer specs without so much as a paragraph break