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Better than the last in the series but it is missing something more Mar 09, Jona Cannon rated it it was ok. The 4th and final of the ringworld series.
Louis Wu, yet again still yet? The ringworld seems to be in danger again, but this time to a fantastic new weapon and the fringe war.
Even the awesome intelligence of the protectors are challenged by all the new complications, and the luck of Teela Brown lives on.
When I read books that are part of a series, I always want to know how the story ends. The original Ringworld story was great, and the ser The 4th and final of the ringworld series.
The original Ringworld story was great, and the series only went downhill from there. Having just finished reading the last book, my feelings are mostly "I'm glad that's over with".
Now I can move on to something better. Feb 04, Al Maki rated it it was ok Shelves: story. The resolution of the Ringworld series.
For me: too many events, too little explanation, too many coincidences. There's also the question of whether or not to resolve the mysteries of the series.
I think some things are richer and more interesting if left to the reader's imagination. Jan 17, Cristian Tomescu rated it did not like it. The Ringworld series has finally ran out of steam.
Pretty bad. Jan 24, Rishindra Chinta rated it liked it Shelves: science-fiction. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Now, over the span of about a month, I've read all three of them. I was very impressed with Ringworld Engineers.
I read it after not being able to finish any book for months due to lack of motivation. I don't mean to hype it up too much, but it reminded me why I read books, and why I read sci-fi in particular.
Then I read Ringworld Throne, which I thought was fine. The first half is about the adventures of these new characters, who are okay, but all throughout I just kept wondering, How does all this relate to Louis and Chmee?
And the second half just got confusing with the protector battles and the stepping disks I'm glad to see, after reading some of the other reviews on this site, that I wasn't alone here.
I understood the main points Louis thinks a Vampire protector, like Bram, isn't fit to rule the Ringworld, so he concocts a plan to put a Ghoul protector who would care for all of the species on the Ringworld in charge , but keeping track of the smaller details was a bit more work than I want out of a novel like that.
Children was better. The ending is truly breathtaking, just like the end of Engineers. But the book as a whole just wasn't that satisfying dramatically.
I couldn't care much about the new characters. I was surprised how little I cared for Wembleth, considering he's Louis and Teela's son.
Most of the book never gets as confusing as the second half of Throne, but I honestly didn't understand one thing: Why doesn't Louis stay on the Ringworld at the end?
He has to convince Tunesmith and Proserpina that he was leaving with Wembleth and Roxanny, so they'll take the entire structure into hyperdrive.
He manages to trick them, and they do what he wants, but he didn't have to leave for real, right? And he tells the Hindmost that it's important that he doesn't know where the Ringworld went, so it's not like he just didn't want to stay there.
Yeah, I didn't get that. But overall, it really was quite fun. Maybe I'll read the Fleet of Worlds series.
One thing about the Ringworld books is that each new book explained things that happened in the last book more clearly, so perhaps the last book, which is also a sequel to the Ringworld series, might answer my question.
Edit: Oh, wait, is the reason why Louis leaves because, unlike Proserpina and Tunesmith, who for different reasons care about the Ringworld populations as a whole, he would only care for his own bloodline to the detriment of the rest of the population?
I read the first three books in physical format and was not planning on reading Ringworld's Children as I didn't have a physical copy.
I ended up reading it as an ebook so I could get proper closure on the series. I actually thought the story was pretty good; the plot was more understandable and less convoluted than the previous stories, especially Ringworld Throne.
And it does give a decent ending to the series. Dec 27, Zach rated it liked it Shelves: , audiobooks. The ending was rather conclusive.
Story was better than the last one, but did not grip me enough for 4 stars. Poor Louie Wu always a slave to someone. Dec 29, Casey rated it liked it Shelves: sci-fi , s.
The Ringworld Children is far superior to the previous Ringworld Throne. There's a return to Louis Wu as the main character. The plot moves steadily along and it is not so concerned with all the inter-species "rituals.
The Amalgamation of Regional Militia, aka ARM, aka former UN military force, has discovered Ringworld, along with military forces from other worlds, and they are engaging in warfare for Ringworld's The Ringworld Children is far superior to the previous Ringworld Throne.
The Amalgamation of Regional Militia, aka ARM, aka former UN military force, has discovered Ringworld, along with military forces from other worlds, and they are engaging in warfare for Ringworld's technology.
Louis Wu and company take over one of the ships out in space, but they cause an antimatter weapon to fire down upon Ringworld and create a large hole.
They later find crewman from a crashed ARM ship and one of the original Ringworld Protectors, Proserpina, and of course, set out to save Ringworld.
I think Children ended up being too short. There wasn't enough meat in this story to bring it to the level of the original or Engineers, but I still enjoy reading the world-building.
Sure, with each book Niven really wants to prove the science, but I am a reader that is fine with suspending my belief to enjoy the world.
Niven's writing is paced well and it really helps this story because the plot isn't too complex. It's nice to read an author who doesn't need 50 sentence-long paragraphs.
The main conflict isn't so strong. Most of the characters are working together, and there's always the inclination that whatever Louis Wu does will eventually turn out for the best.
There isn't much character development, and I think that is a function of Niven wanting to focus on the mechanics of Ringworld.
Much of the problem with the Ringworld series is that Niven has an amazing, huge world, and he doesn't take the time to discover and invest in it. Louis Wu and Co.
You would think with all the species, there would be some intricate cultures occurring? I think Niven wants to talk about how Ringworld works so much he forgets about everything that is actually on it.
I was lost on what the Fringe War was, maybe it was mentioned in other books outside the Ringworld series? There still isn't a fully presented explanation about Ringworld.
Niven keeps gives out little bits and pieces and that's probably why I have kept reading. I suppose I'll have to read some other books in the Known Space universe.
Although Children does provide an ending, it's nothing that is complete closure. I don't think you can pick up this one without having any knowledge of the previous book, but reading a summary of Throne would suffice.
Jan 12, Tomislav rated it really liked it Shelves: science-fiction. Larry Niven's Ringworld was originally written as a stand-alone, and won numerous awards.
Since then, he has infrequently produced additional sequels, creating a series of which this is 4. These later books also integrate significant background started in Larry Niven's Protector Beyond that Niven and Edward Lerner have written one more sequel, that I have not read - Fate of Larry Niven's Ringworld was originally written as a stand-alone, and won numerous awards.
Beyond that Niven and Edward Lerner have written one more sequel, that I have not read - Fate of Worlds , that apparently also integrates background from Niven and Lerner's series Fleet of Worlds.
I was hugely disappointed with The Ringworld Throne, but Ringworld's Children is a return the quality of writing I was expecting.
It ramps forward the concepts started in Ringworld and and Ringworld Engineers, spends enough time on small a set of characters to allow me to care about them, and packs an intense logical conclusion consistent with the world-building rules that have been set up through the series.
Mar 25, Bradley rated it it was amazing Shelves: sci-fi , space-opera , worldbuilding-sf. I'm changing my mind about this one.
I had only remembered it somewhat fondly, but after rereading it, I've got to bump it up because of how satisfying it was. Not only good writing, but it was full of great story, great characters, and the fulfillment of a fear that had followed all of the ringworld books.
Well, one of many. I'm referring to poor Louis. I was thrilled and awed and rooting for him the entire way. I wasn't even slightly surprised at the very end, either.
It's great to have godlik I'm changing my mind about this one. It's great to have godlike tech when surrounded by godlike tech.
Sure, Stephen Baxter has gotten it right, too, but I still think of Niven as king. Big, Big, Big! A lot of people laugh, but it sparks the imagination and makes a reader keep thinking and questioning, and that's one of the biggest and best functions of great sci-fi.
Much better than the prior book in the series The Ringworld Throne , but unfortunately this book wouldn't hardly make sense unless you've made it through the previous one.
I'm glad that I continued reading despite that I disliked the last book because overall this book made up for it and more.
My booklog notes: has moments, but it's very disjointed. I think the most interesting part of the book was the introductory essay, glossary, and cast of characters.
Not a good sign. I read RC only a week ago, and it's already fading into the mists of memory. Bottom line: harmless mind-candy. Avoid, if recent Nivens have irritated you.
Oct 08, Steve rated it liked it Shelves: fiction. Fourth in the Ringworld series and theoretically a culmination, but never put it past Niven to find something else to mine.
Not the best but it's always fun to visit the Ringworld. May 27, Eric Stodolnik rated it it was amazing Shelves: reading-list. Since, for me, The Ringworld Throne was a bit of a departure of form, a bit of a drawl drawl, and a bit of a disappointment for me compared to the first 2 installations in the Ringworld Tetralogy, this volume turned out to be just what I wanted from the wrap-up finale of the series.
Pretty much everything that made the third novel fall short for me was rectified for this book. For one, a big part of what made The Ringworld Throne a bit of a let down and let me stress, it was a BIT of a letdown, Since, for me, The Ringworld Throne was a bit of a departure of form, a bit of a drawl drawl, and a bit of a disappointment for me compared to the first 2 installations in the Ringworld Tetralogy, this volume turned out to be just what I wanted from the wrap-up finale of the series.
For one, a big part of what made The Ringworld Throne a bit of a let down and let me stress, it was a BIT of a letdown, I didn't hate the book, and the second half of it, picked up, and turned my 3 star impression of the book into a 4 star final grade was the whole Vampire Nest War of the first half of the novel I can see what Niven wanted to do with the approach, he wanted to give a greater impression of what The Ringworld was like for the native hominids, and provide for a gripping combat campaign to serve as a backdrop for an epic tale of Ringworld warfare, but that wasn't what made me love the first Ringworld novels.
And Ringworld's Children, most will be happy to hear, focuses entirely on the heroes of our Known Space epic, Louis Wu and his motley crew. Another point that made me appreciate this novel more than its immediate predecessor was its brevity.
The Ringworld Throne, as I said above, dragged on a bit for me mostly because I wasn't too "into" the entire Vampire War caper This book is both focused back on the misadventures of our main cast of characters, and almost a hundred pages shorter then the predecessor.
The result is way more of a page-turner, and a much quicker read for me, completing the book in pretty much 2, maybe 3 sessions of reading.
Also, I really liked how they ended the series, wrapped up everything with a nice little bow, and made it unquestionably the finale of the series.
And the finale, and the ultimate fate of Ringworld itself, i thought, was a great, and very "Niven" way to solve the question of the fate of Ringworld itself.
Lerner :. Kirsten Quinn-Kovacs, eine Menschenfrau, die bei den Puppenspielern lebt, soll die Fluchtroute erkunden.
Gemeinsam mit ihrem Mentor Nessus sucht sie nach möglichen Gefahren, die der Weltenflotte bei ihrer Reise drohen. Mittlerweile gibt es etwa zehn Bücher ohne die diversen Ausgaben, in denen lediglich einzelne Geschichten zusammengefasst wurden und eine eigene Reihe nur über die Kzin-Kriege.
Diese Reihe enthält einzelne Geschichten in einem losen Zeitrahmen, in denen das erste Zusammentreffen der Menschheit mit den Kzinti sowie weitere Kontakte und Geschehnisse beschrieben werden.
Als Neuauflage erschienen die ersten Romane des Zyklus als Sammelbände. Diese wurden dabei auch zum ersten Mal als E-Book -Version veröffentlicht.
Es war von Niven autorisiert, verwendete das Umfeld, bekannte Rassen und Handlungsorte des Known Space unter anderem die Ringwelt selbst , jedoch andere Hauptpersonen als die Ringwelt -Romane und war nicht in Nivens fortgeführter Haupthandlung integriert und somit eher als Abspaltung einzustufen.
Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Ein Raumschiff mit Vertretern mehrerer Rassen, das die Ringwelt erstmals erkunden will, wird von der automatischen Meteoritenabwehr der Ringwelt abgeschossen und muss dort notlanden.
Es stellt sich heraus, dass die einheimische Zivilisation durch eine Katastrophe in mittelalterliche Zustände zurückgefallen ist.
Die Helden des ersten Romans kehren auf die Ringwelt zurück. It rotates to provide artificial gravity The Ringworld has a habitable, flat inner surface equivalent in area to approximately three million Earths , a breathable atmosphere and a temperature optimal for humans.
Night is provided by an inner ring of shadow squares which are connected to each other by thin, ultra-strong wire. When the crew completes their mission, they will be given the starship in which they travelled to the puppeteer home world; it is orders of magnitude faster than any possessed by humans or Kzinti.
When they reach the vicinity of the Ringworld, they are unable to contact anyone, and their ship, the Lying Bastard , is disabled by the Ringworld's automated meteoroid-defense system.
The severely damaged vessel collides with a strand of shadow-square wire and crash-lands near a huge mountain, "Fist-of-God". As the fusion drive is destroyed, they are unable to launch back into space where they could use the undamaged faster-than-light hyperdrive to return home.
They set out to find a way to get the Lying Bastard off of the Ringworld. Using their flycycles similar to antigravity motorcycles , they try to reach the rim of the ring, where they hope to find some technology that will help them.
It will take them months to cross the vast distance. When Teela develops "Plateau trance" a kind of highway hypnosis , they are forced to land.
On the ground, they encounter apparently primitive human natives who live in the crumbling ruins of a once-advanced city and think that the crew are the engineers who created the ring, and whom they revere as gods.
The crew is attacked when they commit what the natives consider blasphemy the misuse of certain technologies. They continue their journey, during which Nessus reveals some Puppeteer secrets: they have conducted experiments on both humans breeding for luck via Birthright Lotteries: all of Teela's ancestors for six generations were born from winning the lottery and Kzinti breeding for reduced aggression via the Man-Kzin wars, which the Kzinti always lost.
Speaker's outrage forces Nessus to flee and follow them from a safe distance. In a floating building over the ruins of a city, they find a map of the Ringworld and videos of its past civilization.
While flying through a giant storm caused by air escaping through a hole in the Ring floor due to a meteoroid impact, Teela becomes separated from the others.
While Louis and Speaker search for her, their flycycles are caught by an automated police trap designed to catch traffic offenders. They are trapped in the basement of a floating police station.
Nessus enters the station to try to help them. In the station, they meet Halrloprillalar Hotrufan "Prill" , a former crew member of a spaceship used for trade between the Ringworld and other inhabited worlds.
When her ship returned to the Ringworld the last time, they found that civilization had collapsed. The crew managed to enter the Ringworld, but some of them were killed and others suffered brain damage when the device that let them pass through the Ringworld floor failed.
From her account, Louis surmises that a mold was brought back from one of the other planets by a spaceship like Prill's; it broke down the superconductors vital to the Ringworld civilization, dooming it.
Teela reaches the police station, accompanied by her new lover, a native "hero" called Seeker who helped her survive.
Based on an insight gained from studying an ancient Ringworld map, Louis comes up with a plan to get home. Teela chooses to remain on the Ringworld with Seeker.
Louis, formerly skeptical about breeding for luck, now wonders if the entire mission was caused by Teela's luck, to unite her with her true love and help her mature.
The party collects one end of the shadow-square wire that was snapped when the ship crashed. They travel back to their crashed ship in the floating police station, dragging the wire behind them.
Louis threads it through the ship to tether it to the police station. He then takes the police station up to the summit of "Fist-of-God", the enormous mountain near their crash site.
The mountain had not appeared on the Ringworld map, leading Louis to conclude that it is in fact the result of a meteoroid impact with the underside of the ring, which pushed the "mountain" up from the ring's floor and broke through.
The top of the mountain, above the atmosphere, is therefore just a hole in the Ringworld floor. Louis drives the police station over the edge, dragging the Lying Bastard along with it.
The Ringworld spins very quickly, so once the ship drops through the hole and clears the ring, they can use the ship's hyperdrive to get home.
The book concludes with Louis and Speaker discussing returning to the Ringworld. Algis Budrys found Ringworld to be "excellent and entertaining In addition to the two aliens, Niven includes a number of concepts from his other Known Space stories:.