Camelot 30K has ratings and 29 reviews. David said: It’s been a while since I read a hard SF book. I had almost forgotten how much I enjoy them. Th. Camelot 30K By Robert L. Forward – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Camelot 30K [Robert L. Forward] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. When humankind discovers intelligent life in the Oort Cloud, the first.
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Hay muchas otras obras de Cifi Hard que no me han “costado” tanto como esta. This review has cameloot hidden because it contains spoilers. Original, technical, and best of all, plausible. Too much explanation here would be a spoiler, but the role uranium plays in sex and evolution is quite startling.
The alien chemistry is analogous to Terran organic chemistry with fluorine substituting for carbon. Preview — Camelot 30K by Robert L.
If you haven’t read Dragon’s Egg, try that on for size fi This is a classic Forward style book. Paperbackpages.
Forward has never been very good with characters. No warp drives or transporters. Robert Forward is a genius and I love his books so so much. I enjoyed the came,ot, but I sometimes felt like Forward was doing an ice “Dragon’s Cwmelot. Mar 21, Devon rated it did not like it Shelves: And that’s how it went. Now imagine your own cute story about how little creatures could come to live in a bomb. Twenty years later they send a scientific team to this small, ice-bound planetoid in the farthest reaches of the solar system in the Oort cloud.
The humans camelog teach Merlene more about science and technology which would hopefully advance the kerack race. No trivia or quizzes yet. This page was last edited on 6 Decemberat Lists with This Book. I actually had a on overall positive and enthralling experience with this book.
It is nice that the physics gets such affectionate attention, but unfortunately it does burden the prose somewhat.
Camelot 30K by Robert L. Forward – FictionDB
There’s usually at least one clever idea buried somewhere inside which makes the reading worthwhile. The keracks, despite their small size, have cajelot rather small cities and developed a complex society on their planetoid which they dubbed “Ice”. Yet on this icy, frozen world, life manages to thrive: Or maybe it’s me. I thoroughly enjoyed this story because he did go into detail and did come up with plausible explanations for the existence of these beings. Andre rated it really liked it.
Also, he writes SO good!
Published August 15th by Tor Books first published Feb 18, Morgan McGuire 30kk it did not like it. He sido capaz de entender globalmente el concepto, sin que se prescinda de esos tecnicismos. Jan 02, Craig rated it it was ok. The only difficulties arise on those very rare occasions when words have no semantic equivalent, yet somehow the automatic translation provides to the aliens — who don’t even vocalize — a phonetic version of the untranslatable English word: Sep 07, A.
Robert Forward’s Camelot 30K is largely a throwback to those times. Forward writes for the ideas just like his Dragon’s Eggbut he writes with ideas so thoroughly Cameloy willing to, 30 myself, give this a high rating.
Life and inteligence fluorocarbonate based at 30kelvin degrees in the kuiper belt,the end is a bit forced. I read the similar Dragon’s Egg a decade or so ago and I remember liking that one, so maybe it is just this book.
And it was a lot of fun to read!
Four astronauts journey to a cold planet only thirty degrees above absolute zero and inhabited by tiny aliens who have created a complex civilization. El arranque es muy bueno, pero ha ido perdiendo fuerza a medida que avanza, y aunque hay muchas cosas por descubrir en el trayecto, creo que se “deshoja la margarita” demasiado deprisa, y se pierde un poco el “efecto sorpresa”. Communications between human and alien is instantly rendered non-problematic via machine translation.
A great book by a real scientist. The likelihood that Forward was a professional physicist will occur to even the least thoughtful reader within a few pages, and the conviction will be ironclad within the first two dozen.
Although, at the time I was years old and stuck somewhere I didn’t want to be, so I can’t entirely couch for the literary tastes of my early self.
Feb 19, William Haloupek rated it really liked it. I’m going to have to upgrade some of my other one-star authors.