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  • Taschenbuch: 512 Seiten
  • Verlag: Tor Books St Martins Pr Inc; Auflage: Tor. (Mai 1995)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0812520475
  • ISBN-13: 978-0812520477
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 10,8 x 3,4 x 17,3 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.2 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (44 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 163.125 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

Mehr über den Autor

Greg Bear ist Autor von über dreißig Büchern aus den Genres Thriller, Science-Fiction und Fantasy, darunter "Blutmusik", "Äon", "Die Schmiede Gottes", "Das Darwin-Virus", "Die Stadt am Ende der Zeit" und "Das Schiff". Seine Romane wurden mit etlichen internationalen Preisen ausgezeichnet, in über 22 Sprachen übersetzt und weltweit millionenfach verkauft. Während der vergangenen 28 Jahre war er außerdem als Berater für die NASA, die U. S. Army, das amerikanische Außenministerium, die International Food Protection Association und das US-Ministerium für Heimatschutz tätig; dabei ging es um Themen wie Privatisierung des Weltraums, Lebensmittelschutz, Grenzen der Mikrobiologie und Genetik sowie biologische Sicherheit.

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"Sharing aspects of Calrke's "Rendevouz with Rama", its uniqueness arises from bear's bold imagination. Bear is a writer of passionate vision. "Eon "is his grandest work yet."--"Locus"""Eon" may be the best constructed hard SF epic yet."--"The Washington Post"

Synopsis

A discovery inside a hollow asteroid-spaceship triggers a worldwide war that results in the utter destruction of all human life, except for those inside the spaceship.

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Von Ein Kunde am 14. November 1997
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This extraordinary well-written book is probably one of the best in its genre. Here, the author Greg Bear, describes absolute impossible situations and possibilities in a such a detailed and convincing way that even a skeptic would believe it. Science-fiction books are often too imaginative to an extent that they border to total fiasco. However, this book succeeds in containing both imagination and fantasy without loosing its credibility. In fact, as you read, you will not question the secrets nor the tecniques being exposed to you. And this in a fully normal world, like the one you and I live in right now. The story may seem tame - a steroid is beeing discovered and later examined by a selected group of scientists and technicians. While exploring the "Potato", as they refer to it, the group slowly finds evidence that witness of an earlier population. And the mysteriouses keep growing. Who were they? Where are they now? Do we live in somebodys elses future and is our destiny already predestined? This book awakes your curiosity and will not leave you satisfied until you have read it all. And even after the book is finished, you will still be left with the erge to know more. Only one little detail makes this fabolous book annoying - you will have to read it over and over again to fully understand all the technical details described in it. Time-consuming, but definitely worth it!
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This book started out promising, with a great premise. A huge asteroid is discovered near the moon that has huge cities and advanced technology on the inside. It is left to a select group of Americans to discover all the secrets of the Stone. It is a great beginning to what could be a great story.
The first two-thirds of this book kept me up at nights devouring each page. However, the book takes a sharp turn into left field when it turns to the culture who actually built the Stone. If you are not a hard-core sci-fi/fantasy reader, this is where you'll start to get completely lost in all the jargon and trying to keep up with the myriad of technological wonders that are introduced. For example, the author throws about 20 complex names of people at you (that are all similar in their makeup) over and over that you try to keep up with thinking they might be important to the story. Alas, it turns out that 19 of them weren't pivotal or even necessary to the flow of the story. It's as if the author wanted to see how many esoteric names he could come up with.
Also, alot of the technology is hard to grasp and yet is covered in the book as if it were common knowledge. I'm sure this is a great book for the really hard-core sci-fi fans, but I would caution the casual sci-fi readers to stay away and instead read a book by Stephen Baxter, such as Moonseed or Titan
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Von Christopher am 29. Juni 2000
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Well, I can't fault Greg Bear for his imagination. He clearly has tons of ideas, many of which are wild and intriguing. His mistake was cramming them all into one novel, producing a hopelessly cluttered work in which so many threads are competing for attention that none of them is allowed any real development or substance. Early on, the book drops hints about the far-out ideas it contains, but devotes way too much attention to Cold-War squabbling which is boring and mundane in comparison, and hopelessly dated in retrospect. When it finally gets into the far-future stuff, the culture and technology are exotic to the point of caricature, more silly than awe-inspiring. It feels a bit like "Gulliver's Travels," but without a trace of Swift's satirical purpose. In fact, it's hard to see any real purpose underlying this story, other than to let Greg Bear unload his wild speculations. I read this book because I was interested in the physical concept of the Way and the technology of sculpting with spacetime; but this, like every other aspect of the story, is never explored with the detail it deserves. The characters have the same problem as the concepts: there are simply too many of them, and none is really given depth.
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This is a hard hitting science fiction drama along the lines of the "Andromeda Strain", or "The Day the Earth Stood Still."
I found it to be gripping reading from start to finish. And spent any free moment trying to get to the end. All though the story of something, or someone saving the Earth from itself is important but over done. Yet, in someway he made nuclear war a distinct possibility (India/Pakistan?). And the fact that scientist can solve complex theories in a few minuets that would take years to discover is always amusing.
I would have given this book 5 stars, if I had read it during it's first publication before current events and others who copied the story line. The Russian's are portrayed rather stereotypical. And in light of current events rather makes this book more fiction then fact.
This book was recommended by Book Matcher what a find.
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Von Ein Kunde am 14. Januar 1999
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Greatest sci-fi epic ever. Not! Complexity and emotion in the characters. Not! Well-written. Not! Sorry, but after slaving through this 150,000 word tome, I felt cheated. I could have had a V-8 :) The characters are shallow, wooden stick figures. Bear spends a lot of time creating a family for Patricia, then drops it like a, well, potato :) He didn't have the imagination to bring them back in at the end like any good author would have, and have events lead to psychological self-discoveries. You can get that much in a TV movie of the week! The sole positive is his apparent superficial study of relativity theory and topology, and his plot device of the Stone itself. But even that seems to degenerate from almost pseudo science to pure magic and fantasy muck by the "geometrically increasing" end. And he did what? Wrote a sequel? Yiyiyi!
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