Re: Tuffleyverse fiction was: RE: Cross Dimensions
From: Roger Books <roger.books@g...>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2014 12:54:26 -0400
Subject: Re: Tuffleyverse fiction was: RE: Cross Dimensions
I have an e-pub version of Rot Hafen if anyone is interested. Do note
this version is heavily edited and I never ran it by the author.
On Apr 30, 2014, at 10:13 AM, Ground Zero Games <email@example.com> wrote:
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>> Have you ventured into the Lost Fleet series any?
>> I would also suggest the Odyssey One series, as long as you can
>> the technical gaffs and blatant astronomical errors the author makes.
>> past that, the series is pretty good.
> I would also recommend Ian Douglas' "Star Carrier" series (4 books so
> far) - fun and a good read, some nice treatments of (very) non-human
> aliens and some rather esoteric tech (ships pulling multiple
> thousands of G by projecting artificial singularities that they then
> "fall" towards) but nothing that's any worse for PSB than the
> Honorverse and/or Drake's RCN novels.
> Very "US Navy In Space Saves Humanity", but then that's what a lot of
> readers want from Space Naval fiction; some elements have quite an FT
> feel to them, at least that's what I felt while reading them.....
> Jon (GZG)
>> On Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 8:26 AM, Douglas Evans <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>> "We had to stop as the miniatures were getting tired".
>>> Needs to be on a sampler at all game cons...
>>> If it's not that real, try again.
>>> I once tried a couple of short stories using my then quite young
>>> name as 'merican member of the NAC navy. Had bits suggesting Brit
>>> bias in officer corps, her rising almost by accident, bravely
>>> All shite; I'm a vacchead. NOBODY does good space naval space. (No,
>>> don't care for the Honorverse)
>>> Did like Yesterday's Children until Gerrold rehabilitated Korie...