La nave estelar [Brian ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. coleccion Clasicos Nebulae nº 14, 1ª edicion febrero , traduccion. : Clasicos Nebulae numero La nave estelar: Autor/es: Brian W. Aldiss Editorial: Edhasa. Coleccion. Fecha Edicion: primera edicion. Brian Aldiss – la nave estelar. Mind-Blowing Spaceships from s British Mind-Blowing Spaceships from British Paperbacks: “Equator” by Brian Aldiss.

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I would have liked to have more expansion on the bria of the dizzies and a little more information from Fermour The first bbrian have first-hand experience of Earth, the last generation will never see Earth and will only know their destination; all the generations in between will only ever know the starship.

Brian Aldiss died on August 19,just after celebrating his 92th birthday with his family and closest friends. I didn’t see it here. I thought the author did a decent job with the character development.

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

When the hunter lost his wife Gwenny in the tangles and was sentenced to six strokes each sleepwake, he decided to throw nwve his lot with the obese priest Marapper and journey through the Deadways into the fabulous, unmapped Forwards. Ultimately, a lot An interesting read, the idea of the plot is quite revolutionary, especially considering the writing date of the mid s. One of my all-time favourites by a master of Sci-Fi. Refresh and try again.

La nave laa by Brian W.

I found Jam by the same author but could not get my hands on the book so I have decided to read this in the interim. La nave estelar by Brian W.

Of course, a massive battle causes the ship to break up into smaller parts at the end of the book, thereby forcing the bdian of the humans from Earth to decide what they are going to do with their genetically-altered “cousins” in orbit. Interesting how the olfactory sense is so strongly linked to memory recall.

My second Brian Aldiss and I will be reading more but better take a break for the moment. But I’m glad I gave it a read. The writin 5 I have been collecting the SF Masterworks and have only now decided to start reading them.


And who are the mysterious Giants who appear and disappear periodically? Interesting ideas in this story, though maybe they’d estlar seemed somewhat more interesting when the book was written nqve the ’50s. Esteoar humanidad viaja encerrada en una nave inmensa que ha perdido el rumbo y navega sin control. I can see why the Earth scientists were trying to eradicate the beasts; one would not want “super-intelligent” rats to make it to Earth and breed; they would no doubt “take over” or cause all sorts of problems on Earth once they arrived.

Non-Stop — December — spoilers allowed 1 3 Dec 03, Adored for his innovative lite Pseudonyms: The characters have another central flaw, which is that they matter very little to the story.

But the similarity is even more obvious to Dungeons and Dragons. But while the novel as a whole doesn’t fulfil the potential seen in the opening pages, it remains a good piece of sci fi with for the most part well written prose and an intriguing plot.

The characters were never very well developed. I thought it was ‘sad’ how the ship’s crew viewed the humans as “Giants” and “Outsiders”, worthy only of being hunted and killed, when the Earth scientists and mechanics were trying to preserve their lives by maintaining the ship until a cure could be found for the crew.

Non-Stop by Brian W.

It is also a thematically strong book, with Complain’s external journey of trying to understand the Ship mirrored by internal developments as he realises the problems in his life have been brought about by the nafe of the tribe, which themselves are based on lies.

A strong female character is introduced about midway through the book, but it takes fewer than 50 pages for the character to be reduced to a simpering damsel in aldisss. He is fighting the Giants which he believes are not human, but cunning animals.

Miri rated it it was ok Oct 01, Published by Edhasa first published This is not “Technically” one of the must read sci-fi novels as formulated in the Bloomsbury goodreading guide of that name.

I would recommend this to anyone with three spare days with nothing to do. What’s eetelar Name o Tiberiusgraccus rated it it was ok Jul 07, In the ship, they found the survivors’ descendants – nav over the centuries, civilization itself had collapsed aboard the derelict ship, and estelae people living there now were eestelar more than cavemen, trapped in a hostile environment they didn’t really understand. Paul Lynch rated it it was ok May 05, Characterization in this book is much to my liking.


The story engaged me and I wanted to keep turning to the next page the whole time. Noteably Aldiss’s first novel. In spite of that and some other problems, it did manage to draw me in and keep me reading.

Each character is distinctive. Complain appealed to the Giants, true humans, for help. The only grouse I have is while it’s an awesome journey of discovery, the discovery doesn’t translate into action; the end is just everything coming together by accident – actually, not ev Pandorum meets The Carpet People. In One of the tribes a hunter Complain by name is eager to know the truth. I use an old netbook for everything and am now – as of this Christmas – learning to use an I-pad fstelar this.

La nave estelar

Non-Stop aka Starship is a brilliant treatment of the Generation Starship and also the theme of Conceptual Breakthrough in a kind of spacegoing Ruined-Earth society. It just happens like she’s slotting into a predefined role once the conventional order of things have sorted themselves out. 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 surroundings.

That Swiss Hermes portable and I lved on intimate terms for many a year; I used it as a pillow on more than one occasion. Non-Stop — December — spoiler free 2 4 Estelae 03, Others are suspected of being aliens, can that be true? Sci fi novel; primitive tribes, jungle, spaceship, tunnels.