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BL rated it it aldiiss ok Feb 16, Sci fi novel; primitive tribes, jungle, spaceship, tunnels. I actually loved it except the ending, mixed feeling about iteven though it is rather an exuberant and hyperactive book than a really good one.

Adored for his innovative literary techniques, evocative plots and irresistible characters, he became a Grand Master of Science Fiction in We create structures and routines to allow us to live as comfortably as possible, including implementing activities which condition social normscertain adiss and even the repression of certain thoughts and ideologies.

Modern storylines have neglected this payoff due to our focus on straight forward, yawn storytelling.

La nave estelar by Brian W. Aldiss (3 star ratings)

Concerns the travails of a few of the inhabitants of the Ship which they know as their complete world as they discover their true situation and surroundi The first SF novel written by Aldiss and now very old, however unlike many of its contemporaries it does not show its age badly at all. No negative emotions are held back; only positive thoughts and emotions are held in check. Also, the Polish edition includes an afterword which criticizes the translation picked for the very same edition of the book.


What happens if, several generations in, order and civility break down? Then there’s this race of almost sentient rats that developed, which I thought were going to be really important but then were just kinda forgotten. It can’t decide whether to be a space adventure perhaps aimed at younger readers or a moral lecture aimed at their parents.

He wrote his first novel while working as a bookseller in Oxford. You have the smaller rag-tag It was an okay book.

The author did grian a nice job of creating “alternate” societies living within the boundaries of the ship and ignorance; he also did a decent job of “world-building” aboard the starship. I love Brian Aldiss, if he was a rock group he would be The Kinks, very English and kind of off at a tangent most of al time, and very melodic.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Called a “classic of sci-fi”, I couldn’t recall ever having heard of it before.

They create eselar world that’s genuinely intriguing with a mysterious history that the reader can’t wait to unravel. I usually don’t read generation-ship stories. There are starship troopers in this book, sort of, but they are nothing like Sarah Brightman. So yeah, probably a stepping stone, important milestone etc. Well worth reading if you want to kill some time. They are no quiet chapters; it’s non-stop all the way to the climax.

La nave estelar by Brian W. Aldiss (2 star ratings)

One of those classics that don’t stand the test of time, I’m afraid. The basic story involves a starship the size of a small city on a voyage lasting hundreds of years. Interesting how the olfactory sense is so strongly linked to memory recall.


While the theory of a ‘generation ship’ had popped up here and there since aroundAldiss is credited with the first complete novel to deal with the concept, and the resulting fallout which may occur. Non-Stop — December — spoilers allowed. The only reason I picked this book up is because it’s one of the SF Masterworks series.

La nave estelar

They fight giants and giant rats, encounter strange spores that drive one of their number mad; and develop a sort of siege camaraderie as they delve deeper into the unknown, going down level after level, each level stranger than the previous, continuing on as the depths slowly claim their number.

In fact it was kind of boring. Everything about this novel worked for me. If we choose to exist in a world without FTL travel, then how do you get between the stars?

Sai rated it it was ok Nov 22, He takes his woman on a hunting trip, where they get set on by a gang and he loses her.

This is one of those stories where there are no tangential characters, rather, every single character introduced becomes an important character brought up multiple times throughout the narrative.

But the similarity is even more obvious to Dungeons and Dragons.