Vonda N. McIntyre Ingrid Herrmann
Superluminal
January2 23, 2019 Comments.. 852
Superluminal Kaum wacht die angehende Raumpilotin Laenea im Krankenhaus nach einer Operation auf die sie ihr Herz gekostet hat da h lt sie nichts mehr in der Obhut der rzte Sie mu erst den Schritt verarbeiten d

  • Title: Superluminal
  • Author: Vonda N. McIntyre Ingrid Herrmann
  • ISBN: 9783453139831
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kaum wacht die angehende Raumpilotin Laenea im Krankenhaus nach einer Operation auf, die sie ihr Herz gekostet hat, da h lt sie nichts mehr in der Obhut der rzte Sie mu erst den Schritt verarbeiten, der sie zur Pilotin berlichtschneller Raumschiffe gemacht hat, n mlich den Austausch ihres menschlichen Herzens gegen eine Maschinenpumpe Nur durch diesen radikalen EingriKaum wacht die angehende Raumpilotin Laenea im Krankenhaus nach einer Operation auf, die sie ihr Herz gekostet hat, da h lt sie nichts mehr in der Obhut der rzte Sie mu erst den Schritt verarbeiten, der sie zur Pilotin berlichtschneller Raumschiffe gemacht hat, n mlich den Austausch ihres menschlichen Herzens gegen eine Maschinenpumpe Nur durch diesen radikalen Eingriff sind Piloten in der Lage, die berlichtfl ge zu fernen Planeten berstehen zu k nnen Der Rest ihrer Crew dagegen mu den Flug im Tiefschlaf verbringen, um den beschleunigten und damit t dlichen Alterungsprozessen zu entgehen.Die auserw hlten Piloten zahlen einen hohen Preis daf r, da die Menschheit ferne Galaxien kolonisieren kann Kein Wunder, da sie sich als absolute Elite sehen und dieses Image bewu t pflegen Sie sondern sich von allen anderen ab, sogar von ihrer Crew Nur so lassen sich die Belastungen dieses Berufes verarbeiten, sowohl das herzlose Dasein als auch die nicht ungef hrlichen Fl ge selbst.Dies hat Laenea vor sich, als sie das Crewmitglied Radu kennenlernt Sie kann nicht ahnen, welche Bedeutung der Mann f r sie pers nlich wie auch f r die gesamte Kaste der Piloten bald haben wird Denn ohne es zu wollen wird Radu zu einer Bedrohung f r den Status der Piloten Und die Flieger w rden alles tun, um den Mythos ihrer Klasse aufrechtzuerhalten.

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    1. Olethros says:

      -Entre tiempos y tendencias en el género que estaban cambiando, un híbrido particular.-Género. Ciencia-Ficción.Lo que nos cuenta. Laenea Trevelyan acaba de completar la operación que ha sustituido su corazón y parte de su sistema circulatorio por equipos artificiales que le permitan su control voluntario y ser un Piloto que maneje astronaves a velocidades más rápidas que la luz por las seis dimensiones del espacio, Orca es una joven Buzo, persona adaptada a ambientes subacuáticos, y Rad [...]

    2. Kathy says:

      Not a bad little sci-fi tale, a little slow in parts. I must say, though, the paperback edition I have, from 1984, has the absolute worst cover art ever.

    3. Isabel Jazmín says:

      Me gustó mucho el personaje de Radu porque al ser nuevo en el entorno de los pilotos y los viajes, es a través de sus ojos que vamos conociendo todo ese ambiente. Es transparente y hasta cierto punto inocente y por eso me conmovió su historia.Recomendable para quienes ya han tenido un acercamiento a la ciencia ficción.

    4. PJ says:

      the fact that it took me 2 years and 7 months to read this does not reflect my enjoyment of it

    5. Erika Worley says:

      Solid sci-fi. The love triangle thing seems excessive, but not oppressive. All three main characters have a different worldview to offer. There are fun elements of alien life as well as space travel.

    6. Michele (Mikecas) says:

      Da: webalice/michelestel Anche se pubblicato solo ora in Italia, Superluminal e' un romanzo di 25 anni fa, di una scrittrice che mi aveva lasciato allora una profonda impressione con Il Serpente dell'Oblio, di cinque anni precedente.Dopo aver letto Superluminal sono andato a riprendere Il Serpente dell'Oblio, che non rileggevo da almeno una quindicina d'anni, ritrovandovi le sensazioni che mi ricordavo. Il romanzo non ha perso il suo vigore nonostante il tempo passato, per lui e per me. Vonda Mc [...]

    7. William Leight says:

      Like the best science fiction, “Superluminal”’s story is driven by the impact of science and technology on society. The particular scientific and technological advances envisioned here make, I would say, less sense than average (to start with, the idea of looking beyond the edge of the universe into what’s outside is preposterous), but the story is good enough to encourage you to suspend a little bit more disbelief than you may be accustomed to. It helps that it’s less self-consciously [...]

    8. Cécile C. says:

      One of the best SF books I've read in the past months. The writing is very clever, and the book is more intent on stacking little details on top of each other to tell as much as it can on the society and characters than on straightforward explanation. The result is very rich and nuanced. The way superluminal travel transformed society (by creating castes, with pilots on one side, crew on another, and both set apart from the rest of society) is portrayed in a multi-faceted way, with no caste bein [...]

    9. Surreysmum says:

      [These notes were made in 1987:]. Despite the jacket puffs, I didn't think this one of McIntyre's better novels. The ideas behind the characters were novel enough - a web-handed girl from an amphibious humanoid earth species, a man from a plague-haunted colony world, who discovers he has unusual powers, and an ambitious and impulsive woman 'pilot' - a breed of humans who give up their hearts in exchange for machines in order to be free of biological rhythms and thus be able to survive super-ligh [...]

    10. Marecognitum says:

      The inside front cover promised me a story about a woman driven enough to replace her heart with a bionic one to fulfill her dream of becoming a spaceship pilot. That's a tiny portion of the book. The rest is a story about a man who (view spoiler)[discovers he has super-special powers that will revolutionize the industry, and saves the previously-mentioned woman who has become a damsel in distress (hide spoiler)].

    11. Kalima says:

      Really interesting ideas. The first third is way too much like a romance novel, complete with overwrought language. Luckily I stuck with it because the middle is great fun, good tech, interesting sci fi. And the end is not as strong as it could be. I wish she had written another in order to further develop some of the cool stuff that was introduced but not fully explored. I'd like to know how the divers ended up that way, more about the whales, more about the 7th dimension, etc.

    12. David says:

      Maybe 2.5 stars. Some readers will enjoy the character material, a partial view of a future Earth and a different image of FTL flight.For my tastes, the story didn't make up for the central roles of psychic powers and a more-than-usually implausible depiction of FTL. The strongest of the character material is towards the beginning while its setting the stage for the later nonsense - so it doesn't help compensate later on.

    13. Fishface says:

      Good sci-fi story about how the assumptions of the scientific community can be totally wrong. This story has a lot of resonance for me personally and it's the type of book you can revisit with pleasure.

    14. Jeff Youngstrom says:

      My review from April 24, 1997

    15. Adriana says:

      I just want this for the cover.

    16. bluetyson says:

      isbn,original

    17. Mareklamo says:

      FTL, genetically-modified humans, and star-crossed lovers.

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