Earth Unaware : The Enderverse

  • von Orson Scott Card, Aaron Johnston
  • Sprecher: Stefan Rudnicki, Stephen Hoye, Arthur Morey, Vikas Adam, Emily Janice Card, Gabrielle de Cuir, Roxanne Hernandez
  • Serie: The Enderverse
  • 13 Std. 59 Min.
  • ungekürztes Hörbuch

Beschreibung

The mining ship El Cavador is far out from Earth, in the deeps of the Kuiper Belt, beyond Pluto. Other mining ships, and the families that live on them, are few and far between this far out. So when El Cavador’s telescopes pick up a fast-moving object coming in-system, it’s hard to know what to make of it. It’s massive and moving at a significant fraction of the speed of light.
El Cavador has other problems. Their systems are old and failing. The family is getting too big for the ship. There are claim-jumping corporate ships bringing Asteroid Belt tactics to the Kuiper Belt. Worrying about a distant object that might or might not be an alien ship seems…not important.
They're wrong. It's the most important thing that has happened to the human race in a million years. The first Formic War is about to begin.

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Back to the roots

If you liked "Enders Game", you will love this book! While the later Ender/Shadow sequels were mostly philosophical in nature, this one returns to the fast paced style of the original. There is a lot more action, yet "Earth Unaware" does not sacrifice any of the deep character relations which are the hallmark of OSC's writing. The voice acting is great and helps to emphasize the different character perspectives. All in all a superb prequel!
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- nemo42

great but...

the story, or idea is great but, to me, the physics and details is just too weak at a few intervals; i mean, speed? in space? have to break/stop for EVAs? i had expected more from the mind behind Ender's game. (Relative velocity, come on, how hard is that to grasp?)
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- M.T.

Weitere Infos zum Hörbuch

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 17.07.2012
  • Verlag: Macmillan Audio