Ringworld – Larry Niven

Ringworld / Larry Niven / sci-fi (Classic)

Author: Larry Niven

Laurence van Cott Niven (/ˈnɪvən/; born April 30, 1938)


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Larry Niven’s Ringworld is a sci-fi masterpiece. Its grand alien world and diverse inhabitants captivate readers. Characters’ exploration of this unknown realm sparks intellectual curiosity. Niven’s imaginative powers and meticulous worldbuilding make Ringworld a genre landmark.

The novel’s innovative concepts and compelling narrative have earned widespread acclaim. Truly a must-read for any sci-fi fan seeking the pinnacle of speculative fiction. Niven’s exceptional vision and the epic Ringworld setting leave an indelible impact on the reader. Undoubtedly, this work stands as a towering achievement in the annals of science fiction literature.

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 Hugo Nebula Award Double Crown Op.

Ringworld is a 1970 science fiction novel by Larry Niven, set in his Known Space universe and considered a classic of science fiction literature.
Ringworld tells the story of Louis Wu and his companions on a mission to the Ringworld, an enormous rotating ring, an alien construct in space 186 million miles (299 million kilometres) in diameter.
Niven later wrote three sequel novels and then cowrote, with Edward M. Lerner, four prequels and a final sequel; the five latter novels constitute the Fleet of Worlds series. All the novels in the Ringworld series tie into numerous other books set in Known Space. Ringworld won the Nebula Award in 1970,[1] as well as both the Hugo Award and Locus Award in 1971.





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