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Neverness

David Zindell

Neverness

by David Zindell

  • 109 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Spectra .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science Fiction - General,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Fiction - Science Fiction,
  • Science Fiction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMass Market Paperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7824340M
    ISBN 100553279033
    ISBN 109780553279030
    OCLC/WorldCa19910622

    Book by David Zindell, 0 Copy quote For it is only in accepting death that one can truly live, and for the human animal, death has always been the great black beast from the abyss to be dreaded or defeated or avoided or hated - but never looked upon clearly face to face. ‎Book One of David Zindell’s epic trilogy set in Neverness, legendary City of Light, where inner space and outer space meet where the god program is up and running. Into its maze of color-coded streets of ice a wild boy stumbles, starving, frostbitten and grieving, a .

    On the island continent of Ea it is a dark time of chaos and war. Morjin, immortal fallen angel and Lord of Lies seeks to enslave the entire world. The one thing that may destroy him is the legendary Lightstone, an object lost in the mist of time. A call is sent out by those still free to seek this grail and give Men hope after ages of despair.1/5(1). Zindell's (Neverness) tale is a futuristic epic, but readers will recognize in it the archetypal myth of the hero. Young Danlo must leave the land of his birth when his tribe, the Alaloi, is wiped o.

    Neverness is a stand-alone novel, but the ending sets up a subsequent trilogy that I have no intention of reading. Followed by The Broken God. Rating: 2 out of Main Neverness. Neverness David Zindell. Year: Edition: New Ed Publisher: Grafton Books Language: english You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then.


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Neverness is the internationally bestselling novel that introduces the epic A Requiem For Homo Sapiens trilogy. If you enjoy big-idea science fiction that explores the possibilities of consciousness, intelligence, technology, and evolution – all wrapped up in a page-turning, great adventure – you’ll love this book/5(51).

Neverness book. Read 85 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The universe of Neverness is and filled with extraordinary beings, such a /5.

Neverness is a science fiction novel by American writer David Zindell, published in ; it is based on a novelette entitled "Shanidar".

Neverness concerns a far-future world where mathematicians have become a kind of caste or religious order, because of their abilities to do the calculations needed for space travel.

It follows the deeds of Mallory Ringess, as he discovers. Also prescient in certain uncanny ways for a book published in ; for example, in Zindell's futuristic city of Neverness, personal communication devices are banned because of the distraction and chaos they cause in society, and societies that didn't control their technology are described as "living hells"--compare this to the ever-shortening /5(51).

"Neverness" is an awesome book, by which I mean you will Neverness book be in awe of both the novel and its author. David Zindell has crafted a universe so entirely full of fascinating people, creatures, ideas and institutions that I can't even fathom how he could have kept everything straight in his head.5/5(5).

Neverness is the internationally bestselling novel that introduces the epic A Requiem For Homo Sapiens trilogy. If you enjoy big-idea science fiction that explores the possibilities of consciousness, intelligence, technology, and evolution - all wrapped up in a page-turning, great adventure - you'll love this : CreateSpace Publishing.

neverness Download neverness or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get neverness book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. NEVERNESS by Zindell, david and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Stunning and complex, this is one of the best world-building stories told.

Filled with extraordinary beings like the Alaloi, Neanderthal beings, or the Solid State Entity, a nebula-sized brain, Neverness, is the backdrop for the story of Mallory Ringess who has the power to save the world.4/5(3). Neverness; The Broken God; The Wild; War In Heaven; The Lightstone; Lord of Lies; Black Jade; The Diamond Warriors; In The Media.

Neverness – reviewed by Orson Scott Card; Storms of Numbers, Chalices of Light – an interview by Nick Gevers; End Of The World News; Contact. Several hundred more pages are devoted to the city of Neverness, and to Mallory's rebellion against his father, the Lord Pilot. Cliches and fortune-cookie profundities are unfortunately interspersed amid thoughtful philosophic concepts and challenging writing, recalling early John Barth, particularly Giles Goat-Boy.

Neverness by David Zindell and a great selection of related books, Neverness. David Zindell. Published by Spectra. ISBN ISBN 13 This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged.

David Zindell (born Novem ) is an American writer known for science fiction and fantasy epics. He was born in Toledo, Ohio, and resides today in Boulder, Colorado, where he works as a test coach; he received a BA degree in mathematics and minored in anthropology at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

His first published story was "The Dreamer's Sleep" in Born: Novem (age 66), Toledo, Ohio, U.S. This book, The Wild, is probably a little more science-fictionesque than the other two, since Danlo visits some worlds where the technology is more advanced (and more a part of the plot) than on Danlo's home planet of Neverness, where the other two books take place.

But since I'm a hard sci-fi fan, that to me was good.5/5(5). My bestselling Neverness was shortlisted for the Arthur C. Clark award for the best science fiction novel published in the United Kingdom.

A successor trilogy, A Requiem For Homo Sapiens, came next, followed by the four book Ea Cycle, which is a Grail quest to end all Grail quests. I live in Denver, Colorado. Neverness, Jorge Luis Borges had said, is a word unlike any other in any language.

It is a powerful word, a poem in itself, but also a dreadful word full of hopelessness, sadness and despair. Eternity does not begin to capture its meaning, not even in the sense of a negative eternity or an impossibility that continues forever.

Neverness by David Zindell (HarperCollins Voyager, £, pages, paperback; published February ) There's nothing more irritating to me than reading a good book all the way through, then realising that it's the last in a series. Neverness by David Neilson. Paperback $ Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free Shipping Buy Online, Pick up in Store Members save with free shipping everyday.

See details. English X. In Stock Overview. The second book in the sci-fi trilogy. Rejoin Victor Ogroid and friends as they continue to enjoy their freedom in Pages: An epic masterwork of science fiction, Neverness is a stand-alone novel from one of the most important talents in the genre.

The universe of Neverness is intriguingly complex and filled with extraordinary beings. An epic masterwork of science fiction, Neverness is a stand-alone novel from one of the most important talents in the genre. The universe of Neverness is intriguingly complex and filled with extraordinary :.

Get this from a library! Neverness. [David Zindell] COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and .Neverness About book: saying of the remembrancers At dawn the next day the Reinalina, Yelenalina and Sharailina families packed their long traveling sleds.

Ouray and Julitha of the Sharailina, and their children, Vishne, Namiley and Emily the Younger, tied the binding lashes and harnessed the dogs reluctantly, as if they were uncertain that driving into the storms of. After finishing the final book in Frank Herbert's Dune series, I was pretty stoked to find a recommendation for a book touted as "Dune for the 's", namely David Zindel's 'Neverness'.

Unfortunately, after pages of this work, I can say that I feel it really doesn't have a patch on Herbert's masterwork, in any respect/5(31).