Andre Norton: Star Rangers

Star Rangers ô ONLINE AUTHOR Andre Norton – chernov–

Andre Norton ´ 4 review

When was 8 or 9 back Generic in the 1960 s when found t n the school library Radical Pacifism in Modern America i enjoyedt then being the target audience and I have a hardback copy now on my bookshelf I will always enjoy this book even though my tastes have Bioinformatics Methods inevitably become sophisticated because theres an What Doesn't Kill Us: how freezing water, extreme altitude, and environmental conditioning will renew our lost evolutionary strength innocence and clarity about the story and the writing style that I findmmensely appealing even after The dedication honor and tradition of the Patrol The Vegan scout Starfire was one of the few ships left to the Patrol Fleet which was dispersed on a useless mission to remap forgotten systems on the edge of the galaxy The crew of the Starfire realized that there was little chance that they would ever return – yet they performed their duty to the best of their ability Until Starfire crashed and could go no further They were stranded on a fertile planet with breathable air – but t was completely off their charts There the mixed crew of aliens and humans had to face the dangers of a strange planet and the greatest threat of all – the breakdown of discipline and the beginnings of anarchy uickl.

Ll these years Definitely a keeper This unsurprisingly reads like a sci fi novel from the early 50 s but s not offensive any way It s not particularly good but Magic in the Air it s short enough to getnto and finish before letting rritation over the writing and endless action plot taking over This was the first book I ever owned and t set me on the path to being a science fiction writer. Y scouting around their crash site they find evidence of a long vanished high tech civilization La decadencia de la mentira y otros ensayos in the Sealed Cities along with nomadic hunter gatherer level groups of humans Looking for better shelter to tend theirnjured personnel the rangers enter one of the cities only to find Bailey Loves Essential Clinical Anatomy it occupied by another group of refugees and ruled by the Acturian Cummi a master telepath one whos not above overpowering and directly controlling other people’s minds who The Guy Who Died Twice (Detective D.D. Warren, is bent on becoming the sole ruler of the planet Zinga a member of the ancient historian race of Zacathans and the human Kartr both high order telepaths themselves though not of the strength of Cummi end upn a memorable mental battle with Cummi.

Of the two novels Remus (Marius Brothers in Star Soldiers I enjoyed this one than Star Guard It had of the things I always liked about Norton s storiesnter species cooperation telepathy and an upbeat ending The characters evince ranges of behavior with the major ones developing as the story progresses People not all of them human you don t mind hanging out with for awhile I first read this book. In 8054 AD the Stellar Patrol was the last remnant of the power of a once flourishing Turning Points intergalactic empire Its a time of decadence and dissolution The Secret Life of Theater in the Empire Sector wars are carrying off and worlds from Central Control Individual bureaucrats are usurping their positions to carve out private kingdoms Only thencorruptible Patrol and ts Code remain to stand n their way Yet the Patrol has seen better days Their ships are old and there are no replacements only cannibalization keeps them running The supply ships come less and less often Communications between sectors and with Central Control The Secret Message of Jesus itselfs breaking down There are fewer and fewer new recruits The only thing still as strong as ever s.

Alice Mary Norton always had an affinity to the humanities She started writing in her teens inspired by a charismatic high school teacher First contacts with the publishing world led her as many other contemporary female writers targeting a male dominated market to choose a literary pseudonym In 1934 she legally changed her name to Andre Alice She also used the names Andrew North and Allen