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Nigel's encounters with the aliens and anything involving Dr. Ichiro and Nikka. There's the "big idea" that attempts to answer the Fermi Paradox.
But there isn't enough of this to counter the swamp of bad I had to slog through. Now I probably shouldn't be so critical of a book that was written over 40 years ago and was one of Benford's first works, but this was a book that was nominated for both the Nebula and Locus awards.
Sure, I'll give him points for the concept, but he lacked vision. How is there a space program if the economic malaise of the 70s never ends and only worsens?
He was a physicist at a prominent university; how did he not hear about the advances underway with microelectronics? I gotta use a fax machine on the Moon 50 years after we set foot on it?
Maybe we can excuse him for not foreseeing the innovations that would drive the last decades of the 20th century view spoiler [ I'll even forgive him for including Bigfoot—it was the 70s after all hide spoiler ] , but not his characters' behavior.
Benford writes this damnably sexist scene where Alexandria's doctor won't tell her his prognosis of her medical condition until after Nigel arrives from work, and even then, he directs his conversation to Nigel as if Alexandria is no more than a sick pet.
She was an executive at American Airlines negotiating a deal with a Brazilian company! How can Benford do that to her?
Maybe, this book probably would've been easier to deal with reading it right after it was finished, trapped in the 70s, but by this book's days were numbered.
Don't stop here! This initial book of the series is the weakest in the series, but it should not discourage you from continuing with the series which is quickly becoming my one of favorites.
There are some that suggest you skip this first novel and jump right to volume 2. The completionist in me could never allow me to do that but looking back, I think it's a totally viable option.
If you can suffer through it, you will see that Benford does begin setting the stage for a story of a much larger st Don't stop here!
If you can suffer through it, you will see that Benford does begin setting the stage for a story of a much larger story that will unfold in later tales.
Thanks to this book, I now know for a fact that I react badly to a stream of consciousness writing style. I took this for a sci-fi book, which it is, and largely is not.
The elements of world-building and sci-fi I needed are here drowned under so much irritating stream of consciousness expositions, that you are left unsure of what the bloody hell is happening.
The ridiculous way conversations happen, conducted in cryptic half-sentences and jumping from one idea to the next without bothering comp Thanks to this book, I now know for a fact that I react badly to a stream of consciousness writing style.
The ridiculous way conversations happen, conducted in cryptic half-sentences and jumping from one idea to the next without bothering completing any.
No one outside of the french film d'auteur talks this way, and at least there you have the visual medium to clue you in on what is left unsaid. In consequence, the relationships are superbly unengaging.
I just wanted the poor woman to die so that we can move on. I wanted the various antagonists to die so we can move on. I wanted the hero to just drop dead so we can move on.
The world-building is frustratingly bad. There was an indefinite number of global conflicts, there is some indefinite shortage of energy happening for no particular reason.
There are widespread pollution and ecological decay, for no particular reason, slowly killing billions from famine or related illnesses.
Almost every nation outside of North America is in total decay. The US itself is in some sort of semi-autocratic state yet with enough high technology and resources to colonize orbiting cities and the moon.
People are mauled in public view for not carrying IDs or something, but the here gets away with insubordination, treason even, not once, not twice, but three times.
The rest of the world is so inconsequential that no one bothers to tell them what is happening with aliens, yet everyone is afraid of it triggering a nuclear war, yet it's fine when a nuclear explosion happens on Earth.
In short, this should have been a nice novella, even a short story, introducing the rest of the series. Since I already invested too much in reading this book to just stop here, but if the first chapter of the next book is written in the same style I will just cut my losses, and move on.
I'm sure that if I'd known it would grow to a million words, I'd not have started. It's practically a ghetto.
On average, the nearer stars are only a hundredth of a light-year away, ten thousand times the distance from the Earth to the sun. Imagine having several stars so close they outshone the moon.
Close collisions between all these stars occur every few hundred thousand years, scrambling up planetary orbits, raining down comets on them as well.
Joel Davis's Journey to the Center of Our Galaxy details how horrific the central volume is, pointing out that the survival time for an unshielded human within even a hundred light years of the core is probably a few hours.
Why stop at making paranoid normals afraid of the other? Body armor? Full blown shielding in case the Orion Arm starts to fold in? That's where the money is.
For that matter, why even bother to continue to exist as a human? Marvin views our concern with mortality and individualism as a feature of biological creatures, unnecessary among intelligences that never had to pass through the Darwinnowing filter.
I guess as soon as word filtered down that Icarus might hit, all those dirt farmers left their crops and started preparing for the afterlife.
That just aggravated the famine. The UN thinks there'll be several million dead inside six months, even with our airlifts, and our sociometricians agree.
Take the word TASER: that's an acronymn for Thomas A Swift's Electric Rifle taken from a novel of the same name.
Then there's "waldo", a neologism from SF writer Robert A. Heinlein from a short story of the same name. These words then enter into the vocabulary of other SF bks: "He glided toward the vent wall and extended a waldoe claw.
Its teeth bit neatly with a dull snap" - p 28 Benford's rebellious central character, an astronaut named Nigel, shows his character in a sarcastic exchange re horoscopes.
It's on the end table, there. Shall I nip out for a small goat, put him to the knife and give you a prognosis for the day? In fact, I can relate to quite alot in here.
He watched the lights flicker yellow red green and timed his approach, seeking the path of minimum energy. It was best to glide the last third of a block, letting road friction and the gentle brushing wind slow them until the red popped to green.
If his timing was off he would down-shift to third, then second, storing the kinetic life that he envisioned as a precious fluid moving within the car" - p 75 When I was a teenager, some of us wd go for drives in my friend Humdrum's car.
That never happened but I still think it's a good idea. How else cd a slower type of being spot us? You found the trouble?
Those echoes were real, the engineers pegged it right. We've got a Snark. The hypothesis of natural origin seemed far more likely.
It would cost fuel and time to check further, and the region near the gas giant was dangerous. Far wiser, then, to continue acclerating.
Or drifter? Nigel keeps finding himself in the midst of some pretty far-reaching consequential situations. But they did it in secluded corners at cocktail parties, muttering into their branch-water-and-bourbons about his maneuvering skill.
I wondered because the only time I've heard of branch-water being used as a mixer was when I lived briefly in Scotland.
There it wd've been branch-water-and-scotch. I didn't know there was an American tradition too. There are many levels to this novel.
Some background elements are just there , there's very little to make them more than just background elements.
Nonetheless, they still 'flesh-out-the-story'. Some of the more stylish stores were still open. Two police in riot jackets checked their faxcodes and then passed down the street.
The two women stopped most of the people they met, taking them into the orange pools beneath the well-spaced street lamps and demanding identification.
One woman stood at a safe distance with stun-club drawn while the other dialed through to Central, checking the ferrite verimatrix in the faxcodes.
Nigel was not looking when, a short distance away, a woman suddenly bolted away from the police and dashed into a department store.
The man with her tried to run, too, but a policewoman forced him to the ground. The other policewoman drew a pistol and ran into a store.
The other two men were of the usual mold: robust, good-humored, competetive. Nigel weathered the physical tests, including the long-standing worst—cold water, poured in an ear, causing the eyeballs to whirl as the confused brain struggles with input from two semicircular canals, one warm and the other cold; the world tilted madly.
Then a day in a practice module, immersed in a universe of switches, manifolds, pipes, tanks, sensors, valves, connectors, hardware without end.
He'd gone and read the books from that era; they didn't teach him much. He retained a vision of Buzz Aldrin withdrawing into depressive-alcoholic binges, divorcing his wife, living alone, securing the doors and windows of his apartment, unplugging the telephone, and drinking, for days at a time, simply drinking and thinking and drinking.
Nigel thinks. Oddities of the language: angle , with two letters interchanged, spelled angel. Easy, so easy. One transposition rendered the comfortably Euclidean into—pop—the orthodoxly religious.
Two letters alone could leap that vast abiding chasm. Absurdly easy. Oh, well. Benford imagines what, to me, is a plausible dystopic 'job'.
Economics To hook poor people into machines, rent out their frontal lobes? A zombie life, I suppose. You do , don't you? I wonder if Benford was deliberately making Shirley more sympathetic a character than Nigel in this.
Benford's view of England in implies a not-particularly happy future. They had booked well in advance to get a flight over the poles; they reentered the atmosphere as a flaring pink line scratched across the sky of the north Atlantic.
There were only a few shambling beggars at the baggage checkout, and they seemed to have valid licences. Most of the terminal was lighted, though not heated.
Their helicopter to the southlands lifted free with a clatter into the chilling winds. Coal smoke blotted out the London sprawl.
They spent Christmas there, snug in the battering winds. So it is die Nacht. Ok, that was easy, right? Now, all we need to know is in which case Nacht figures in Gute Nacht and then we got all the tools to determine whether we need to say gut , gute or guten.
Nacht is in accusative case in this example. Sergio Rodriguez Monika Schiefer Elsa Steiner Jasmina Michel Theatre staff Birgit Hertinger Theatre staff Benedict Friederich Theatre staff Daniela Fuss Theatre staff Christina Gerstner Theatre staff Joyce Janse Theatre staff Verena Michel-Öftring Theatre staff Felix Schuck Theatre staff Michael Schwemmer Edit Storyline A story about a man, whose disease took away his self-determination, reputation and social support.
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Archived PDF from the original on 18 JulyComposition. Bei Nacht was written in for the Kandinsky Trio of Illinois to be performed at the University of centrojuventusclub.com composition was inspired by an oil painting of Wassily Kandinsky and also relates to a poem by Hermann Hesse, "Bei Nacht" (At Night on the High Seas, ), which begins: "Nachts, wenn das Meer mich wiegt und bleicher Sternenglanz auf seinen weiten Wellen liegt" (At. Tanz mit mir in die Nacht (Kick Version) TNT | Length: This track is on the following album. Nacht ist wie ein stilles Meer, [Lust und Leid] 1 und Liebesklagen [Kommen] 2 so verworren her In dem linden Wellenschlagen. Wünsche wie die Wolken sind, Schiffen durch die [stillen] 3 Räume, Wer erkennt im lauen Wind, Ob's Gedanken oder Träume? -- Schließ' ich nun auch Herz und Mund, Die so gern den Sternen klagen, Leise doch im Herzensgrund Bleibt das linde Wellenschlagen.