The Ringworld Throne

The Ringworld Throne

Book - 1996
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Come back to the Ringworld . . . the most astonishing feat of engineering ever encountered. A place of untold technological wonders, home to a myriad humanoid races, and world of some of the most beloved science fiction stories ever written!

The human, Louis Wu; the puppeteer known as the Hindmost; Acolyte, son of the Kzin called Chmeee . . . legendary beings brought together once again in the defense of the Ringworld. Something is going on with the Protectors. Incoming spacecraft are being destroyed before they can reach the Ringworld. Vampires are massing. And the Ghouls have their own agenda--if anyone dares approach them to learn.

Each race on the Ringworld has always had its own Protector. Now it looks as if the Ringworld itself needs a Protector. But who will sit on the Ringworld Throne?

"Niven's work has been an intriguing and consistent universe, and this book is the keystone of the arch. . . . [His] technique is wonderfully polished, his characters and their situations are nicely drawn . . . wraps up (maybe) a corner of a very interesting universe."
--San Diego Union-Tribune
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 1996
ISBN: 9780345412966
0345412966
9780345358615
0345358619
Branch Call Number: SF NIV
Characteristics: 423 p. ;,25 cm

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RichardPaul
Aug 04, 2011

The Ringworld Throne (#3 of the series: Ringworld) ---- by Larry Niven c - 1997 ---- In the year 2882 the 29th Century life still has Big issues! Create a new world and with that more Universal problems. Mr. Niven has quite an imagination and is a master in his tales. ---- Now you have to read 'Ringworld's Children'. ---- Enjoy! ---- RichardPaul

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