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by Dean Wesley Smith

  • Author: Dean Wesley Smith
  • ISBN: 0345421418
  • ISBN13: 978-0345421418
  • ePub: 1895 kb | FB2: 1269 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Del Rey; First Edition edition (February 1, 2000)
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 142
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The Tenth Planet: Oblivion: Book 2 ePub download

THE TENTH PLANET OBLIVION Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch Story by Rand Marlis and Christopher Weaver A Del Rey® Book THE BALLANTINE PUBLISHING GROUP. and. Kristine Kathryn Rusch.

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Manufacturer: Del Rey Books Release date: 1 February 2000 ISBN-10 : 0345421418 ISBN-13: 9780345421418.

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Dean Wesley Smith (born November 10, 1950) is an American writer of science fiction, mystery, and fantasy. Smith has published nearly 200 novels and hundreds of short stories

Dean Wesley Smith (born November 10, 1950) is an American writer of science fiction, mystery, and fantasy. Smith has published nearly 200 novels and hundreds of short stories. Smith has also written novels for licensed properties such as Star Trek, Spider-Man, X-Men, Men in Black, and many other gaming, television, and movie properties. Smith’s novel Laying the Music to Rest, was nominated for the 1990 Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel

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Listen to books in audio format. She found what she was looking for-and discovers that the ancient legends may be true when the tables are unexpectedly turned, and she becomes the hunted. In part two of the Tenth Planet saga, cutting-edge science and high drama combine in an adventure that questions humanity's history, our place in the universe. and our very right to exist. For aeons, Earth has been ravaged by so-called natural disasters. Now we know the primary cause: overharvesting of our limited resources-not by humans, but by the residents of our solar system's tenth planet. Since before the birth of humanity, every two thousand years, this dark planet has plundered our world. But in 2017, Earth fought back

2017: BACK FROM THE SUNFor aeons, Earth has been ravaged by so-called natural disasters. Now we know the primary cause: overharvesting of our limited resources--not by humans, but by the residents of our solar system's tenth planet.Since before the birth of humanity, every two thousand years, this dark planet has plundered our world. But in 2017, Earth fought back. Now thousands of aliens face starvation. To survive, they must harvest Earth when their orbit brings them back from behind the sun.But the humans are not waiting for Earth to become as parched and barren as Mars. Every nuclear weapon has been aimed at the Tenth Planet. Their ultimate goal--to blow the Tenth Planet to oblivion.In part two of the Tenth Planet saga, cutting-edge science and high drama combine in an adventure that questions humanity's history, our place in the universe . . . and our very right to exist.
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The Tenth Planet: Oblivion is not as riveting as the first book in the trilogy, but the action does pick up in the second half of the book. In this middle book, we see much more about the aliens. The authors show a great deal of imagination in presenting beings so foreign to us, and yet with a sense of ethics and emotions that are close to human. It's an interesting twist that these aliens are not evil, but it comes down to their survival or ours. The characterization of the humans is fair but not great. This is definitely a story of plot, not characterization. There is no great moral message that I've seen so far. I give the book 4 stars for two reasons. First, the creativity and great plot line begun in the first book of the trilogy keeps the reader eagerly pursuing the outcome. Secondly, reviews indicate that the third book, which I'm about to begin, is satisfying and better than this second book. All in all, I think any science fiction fan will like this series. It is set in the near future, making it more "real" than the far-out stuff you can try to wade through. It seems plausible that these things could happen. Enough writing--I'm headed for the couch to begin the next iteration!
Fomand
It's a good alien invasion story, and the characters are engaging. However, it just did not seem like it required three short books.
Still, it was full of novel ideas and concepts. I am glad I read it.
Daiktilar
A good read, the story arc is consistent and holds up well for the entire series.
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It part of a good trilogy!
Via
I enjoyed the Tenth Planet novels. Great concept, well written. Highly recommended for those looking for a good sci-fi reading.
Kahavor
My husband had book one and book three. He was thrilled that I found book too. My brother was happy too. They both loved the books.
Bad Sunny
Already read the first, bought Oblivion, the book shipped with the Oblivion cover but the Tenth Planet volume 1 text, odd, very odd
Although published as three separate books, the Tenth Planet trilogy should really have been released as a single compilation. None of the three books are able to stand on their own. As a set, they are a light but engaging read. These books are pure escapist fun, with stereotypical characters, some plausible pseudo science and a fast paced plot. As long as you are not expecting great literature like Gene Wolfe and are prepared for sci fi that is more in the spirit of Edgar Rice Burroughs, you will enjoy this series.
In the second book, Earth has learned the terrible secret of the tenth planet. Not content merely to defend themselves against the rapacious Malmuria, Earth breaks out it's stock of antiquated nuclear weapons and prepares to take the battle to the Malmurians on their home turf.
If you enjoyed this series then you will probably like the Heritage Trilogy by Ian Douglas, which is far better written.
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