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Rediscovering Books that you forgot you had.
Post by TFLYTSNBN   » Tue Sep 04, 2018 6:49 pm

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Yesterday while searching for something else in my mancave where I cling to my guns and my religion, I found my copy of FATE OF WORLDS ,by Niven and Learner. I had bought it hardcover years ago. A quick perusal revealed that it was unfamiliar. Reading the first chapter confirmed that I had not read it.

I surmise that I bought it, brought it home, set it somewhere then got busy doing other things.

So far it is a good read
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Re: Rediscovering Books that you forgot you had.
Post by Robert_A_Woodward   » Wed Sep 05, 2018 12:42 am

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TFLYTSNBN wrote:Yesterday while searching for something else in my mancave where I cling to my guns and my religion, I found my copy of FATE OF WORLDS ,by Niven and Learner. I had bought it hardcover years ago. A quick perusal revealed that it was unfamiliar. Reading the first chapter confirmed that I had not read it.

I surmise that I bought it, brought it home, set it somewhere then got busy doing other things.

So far it is a good read


I believe that _Fate of Worlds_ is the 5th book of a 5 book series (all co-written with Edward M. Lerner) - the other 4 are _Fleet of Worlds_, _Juggler of Worlds_, _Destroyer of Worlds_, and _Betrayer of Worlds_. I hope you have read those already.
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Re: Rediscovering Books that you forgot you had.
Post by TFLYTSNBN   » Wed Sep 05, 2018 2:34 pm

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Robert_A_Woodward wrote:
TFLYTSNBN wrote:Yesterday while searching for something else in my mancave where I cling to my guns and my religion, I found my copy of FATE OF WORLDS ,by Niven and Learner. I had bought it hardcover years ago. A quick perusal revealed that it was unfamiliar. Reading the first chapter confirmed that I had not read it.

I surmise that I bought it, brought it home, set it somewhere then got busy doing other things.

So far it is a good read


I believe that _Fate of Worlds_ is the 5th book of a 5 book series (all co-written with Edward M. Lerner) - the other 4 are _Fleet of Worlds_, _Juggler of Worlds_, _Destroyer of Worlds_, and _Betrayer of Worlds_. I hope you have read those already.



Exactly. I had read the first four.

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