Deathworld 2



Deathworld 2 The Stakes Were Slavery Or The Life Of Jason DinAlt.The Planet Was Unkowna Savagely Primitive Place Where Every Man Had To Kill Every Other Man Or Live As A Slave.The Inhabitants Lived In The Early Bronze Age One Minute, And In The Early Machine Age The Next Technology Had Degenerated Into A Number Of Mysteries Jealously Guarded By Separate Brotherhoods.But Jason DinAlt Was A Gambler He Realised That If He Was Ever Going To Get A Winning Hand In This Game, The Brotherhoods Would Need A Shuffle

10 thoughts on “Deathworld 2

  1. says:

    Wrong edition Mine is the Librivox recording available here for free read by Gregg Margarite with the original title of The Ethical Engineer , but it s still Deathworld 2 Again, it s a mental palate cleanser, this time after reading The Road, a pointless novel in a post apocalyptic setting.This was good, but varies quite a bit from the edition I remember reading as Deathworld 2 It s shorter 25% , cut off at the end, although the conclusion is the same Still, we miss Jason running around Wrong edition Mine is the Librivox recording available here for free read by Gregg Margarite with the original title of The Ethical Engineer , but it s still Deathworld 2 Again, it s a mental palate cleanser, this time after reading The Road, a pointless novel in a post apocalyptic setting.This was good, but varies quite a bit from the edition I remember reading as Deathworld 2 It s shorter 25% , cut off at the end, although the conclusion is the same Still, we miss Jason running...

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    Originally posted at FanLit.http www.fantasyliterature.com reviDeathworld 2 The Ethical Engineer is the second of Harry Harrison s novels set on Pyrrus, the planet that tries to kill most humans who set foot upon it In the first DEATHWORLD novel, space rogue Jason dinAlt discovered the secret of Pyrrus and negotiated a very tense peace between the planet and its two human colonies.Now Jason has a new prob...

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    It seems that the Deathworld Trilogy by Harry Harrison is about a series of barely inhabitable planets The first novel was about a world where all the plant and animal life were intent on killing the human inhabitants In Deathworld 2, we have a planet with humans descended from some past crash landing They speak a form of Esperanto and are divided into primitive warring tribes with some barely rudimentary technical knowledge As before Jason dinAlt is the hero Here, he is joined by Mikah Sam It seems that the Deathworld Trilogy by Harry Harrison is about a series of barely inhabitable planets The first novel was about a ...

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    Jason dinAlt was finally adjusted to the heavy gravity planet of Pyrrus and has a girlfriend among the trigger happy denizens of the human population of survivors But the long arm of the law is still after him and he s kidnapped via trickery and ends up, after a malfunction, on another dangerous planet This time, the danger comes from other humans in a very primative dog eat dog society.He s immediately made a slave and has to learn to survive and possibly escape back to Pyrrus.To do this, h Jason dinAlt was finally adjusted to the hea...

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    Painfully short but good all the same It doesn t have the interest of the first in the series but it s good to see how Jason manages in a dog eat dog word rather than a dog eat man world.

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    Brief Synopsis Jason dinAlt is building his life on Pyrrus, the death planet, when he is abruptly kidnapped by Mikah, a religious zealot who wants to return dinAlt to Cassylia, the gambling planet, for execution dinAlt manages to disable Mikah s spaceship, causing the two of them to crash land on a barren wasteland of a planet where slavery and treachery are ways of life dinAlt manages to stay alive using his knowledge of science and technology, while trading philosophical barbs with Mikah, w Brief Synopsis Jason dinAlt is building his life on Pyrrus, the death planet, when he is abruptly kidnapped by Mikah, a religious zealot who wants to return ...

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    Apparently, this book is the second book of a series I feel that I would have enjoyed the bookand given it at least another star if I had read the books in order I had 20 pages left by the time I had found out it was book two in the series Ijale crawled over and settled herself against Jason s side, shivering with cold and fright He patted her shoulder Relax, he said, from now on this is just a pleasure trip End of chapter IX page 83 I was very disappointed that Jason did not Apparently, this book is the second book of a series I feel that I would have enjoyed the bookand given it at least another star if I had read the books in order I had 20 pages left by the time I had found out it was book two in the series Ijale crawled over and...

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    The first book is much better andinteresting than this one This book reminded me A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur s Court by Twain in some way I wonder how he knew all these things If I am asked about chemistry, electricity, etc I will not answer even if my life depends on this How does he remember, he is a gambler not a scienti...

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    Nov planeta, tentokr t o hodn m n smrt c , ale s otrok skou spole nost , kter je technologicky ve st edov ku a zbytky p vodn ch tajemstv si st e jako zkostliv tajemstv Ale p ijde Jason a postupn zav d vymo enosti sv doby Skoro mi to p i lo jako cesta v ase A ne lo se ubr nit dojmu, e kdyby se...

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    1 Harry Harrison is heavily underrated, not just as a Sci fi novelist but also as a novelist 2 Jason dinAlt has become one of my favorite fictional characters He seems like an intellectual descendant of Bertrand Russell Through Jason dinAlt, Harrison brings forth a commonsensical viewpoint to world affairs Even though they are set in an alien world in the future, the elements of his stories are obviously inspired by the state of affairs of our world 3 I will list a few of Jason s philoso...

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