Find out more about Man-Kzin Wars XIII by Larry Niven at Simon & Schuster. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & more. In war and in uneasy peace, kzin and humans continue their adventures with a masterful addition to the Man-Kzin Wars shared universe created by multiple. Read “Man-Kzin Wars XIII” by Jane Lindskold with Rakuten Kobo. Larry Niven’s bestselling Man-Kzin series continues! The kzin, formerly invincible conquerors.
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Stories by Jane Lindskold, Charles E. It’s really good and feels quite a bit like the previous one, but it really amps up the stakes by evoking many warss the heavy hitters in the Known Space universe: On Wunderland, an attempt is made to form a stable, democratic government. Nov 03, Bruce rated it liked it. The 13th book in the series was satisfying from that perspective as well.
This slowly growing Man-Kzin co-operation was bitterly opposed both by many other Kzin and by many revanchist humans on Wunderland, while others among the human and kzin communities on Wunderland sought to manipulate the situation for their own ends. Wolf’s Head, Wolf’s Heart.
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Katie Finnell rated it it was amazing Jan 06, If you have nanobot level technology, why do you need a human delivery system? Niven also often includes elements of detective fiction and adventure stories.
These became known as the Wunderkzin, and some later proved to be human allies. The Kzinti fleet moved on to Earth, but in a replay of first contact, the peaceful humans used laser communicationsfusion drives, and mass drivers to cut the first invasion fleet to ribbons.
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Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Rick rated it liked it Feb 22, Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Read more Read less. Due to the treachery of Ulf Reichstein Markham, the Kzinti of Kzin gain access to hyperdrive designs and an engineer familiar with them in There Will Be Time.
Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Shared universe series like this one can be fun. In the course of the First Man-Kzin War, the Kzinti invaded and occupied the human colony of Wunderland, in the Alpha Centauri system, as a staging point for an attack on Earth.
Gannon — This is pretty much a sequel to the previous story. This book is no longer available for purchase. This restriction was still in effect as late asas specified in The Soft Weapon.
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This is wras weakest tale of the bunch. Human ships attempting escape kxin to Earth were shot down, but a single vessel managed to carry some refugees to the sister colony We Made It. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? However, after near defeat by the fourth fleet, it was becoming clear to Earth’s military leaders that the Kzinti were learning to wage mna more effectively than their traditional “scream and leap” tactics, and that the Solar system’s defenses would quickly succumb to the Kzinti’s superior numbers, firepower, and technology, were it only wielded with a modicum of tactical and strategic sense.
Then a similar encounter between another human ship and Kzin vessel led to the destruction of the more primitive human ship.