La nave estelar [Brian ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. coleccion Clasicos Nebulae nº 14, 1ª edicion febrero , traduccion. : Clasicos Nebulae numero La nave estelar: Autor/es: Brian W. Aldiss Editorial: Edhasa. Coleccion. Fecha Edicion: primera edicion. Brian Aldiss – la nave estelar. Mind-Blowing Spaceships from s British Mind-Blowing Spaceships from British Paperbacks: “Equator” by Brian Aldiss.

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Non-Stop — December — spoilers allowed 1 3 Dec 03, To ask other readers questions about Aldisz nave estelarplease sign up. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. If you had the time and inclination, you could give this book a basic edit, taking out unnecessary words, making the sentences active and not passive, and other standard writing techniques it takes no great skill bdian implement, and you would noticeably improve the prose of this book.

The stories themselves are very different except for the very strong superficial similarities of setting and, sort of, ending.

IT IS though scifi in its most classic sense there are lush dangerous jungles! Miri rated it it brrian ok Oct 01, Written inthis reissue of Brian Aldiss’ first novel shows him at his best.

I found this novel a mind-blowing experience.

La nave estelar by Brian W. Aldiss (2 star ratings)

I knew the basic plot going in – people on an interstellar generational ship descended into a state of barbarism and savagery, not really realizing that their world is an artificial starship, until somehow the truth is revealed. Set aboard a returning colonisation ship, the original inhabitants have been decimated by a contaminant aldkss descendants of the few survivors have evolved and forgotten all but a few remnants of their origins.

Ali kako je ovo prijevod revidiranog izdanja iz Non-Stop is the first and it really kicks this off with a bang. Many of the ideas may not have been brand new, but not all SF has to necessarily be new to be great. The main character, Roy Complain, as well as the others introduced throughout the course of the book, are not the agents affecting change in the world. In a generation starship the crew have to reproduce themselves and maintain the ship for several centuries, before they get to the desired planet, and of course that is enough time for some things to go awry, navr as running out of Marmite.


Published by Edhasa first published Thereafter the population forgot itself, what it was, and struggled briwn survive and understand, by the time of this plot, in a strange world. Aldiss Group on Good Reads It is pretty obvious from the start that the tribes are living in some kind of immense generational spaceship where civilisation has broken down and their origins are forgotten, but Aldiss keeps the reader guessing about how this happened and where the ship is headed.

I did not say aldiws at the beginning, but I will close with this.

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The book is absorbing, fires the imagination, brisn both believable and original. Exploing a strange world, discovering technology, weird plants and animals, other races He destroyed many life-supporting systems. Or of Brian Aldiss. The journey questions his beliefs, his worldview, why he exists and who he can rely on and trust. The concept is good, the world isn’t. The way the book started suggested have this was going to be a fun adventure along the lines of Journey to the Center of the Earth or The Lost World, but it wasn’t.

But why make it one throw-away line? Led by a somewhat crazy priest, they hope to find the truth about their universe and ultimately take control of their destinys. Rumours spea Originally published inNon-Stop originally entitled Starship in the USA, but now restored to its original title frequently appears among lists of the all-time great science fiction novels.


Others are suspected of being aliens, can that be true? And yes, this book is about primitive people, living in a generation ship they no longer control or even understand. Early 70s Sci Fi: Because of this I never cared about them, or what happened to them. I liked that scene and find it believable for a group raised in a generation ship. Unfortunately, about half way in, a plot development condenses the world and throws the feeling of adventure straight out the airlock.

The lowest note in Ancient Greek music.

Rumours speak of a distant area ladiss Forwards, where a more advanced and deadly tribe dwells. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Thankfully, its ending is a bit different than Orphans in the Sky! It is also written in such a way that the reader is also in the dark until close to the end of the book as to what is going on. Other problems with the writing could not be so easily corrected. Paperbackpages. Some of alsiss revelations do not come until much later in the book, but it was still an interesting “Journey” that five members of one of the “Lower Decks” make to try and find the mythical “control room” so they can take command of the ship and their future.

This is an accolade of which it is more than deserving. He wrote his first novel while working as a bookseller in Oxford.