Chapter XV. A Biography of Alan Dean Foster. There was no point in re-checking the book, though. Company regs specifically forbade shooting a paying passenger, no matter how obnoxious.
Chapter XV. Book One of The Icerigger Trilogy. Other methods had so far met with abject failure.
Mission to Moulokin (1979) is a science fiction novel by American writer Alan Dean Foster. It is the second entry in Foster's Icerigger Trilogy and is a part of his ever-growing series of books taking place within his Humanx Commonwealth
Mission to Moulokin (1979) is a science fiction novel by American writer Alan Dean Foster. It is the second entry in Foster's Icerigger Trilogy and is a part of his ever-growing series of books taking place within his Humanx Commonwealth. The first book in the series is Icerigger, and the third is The Deluge Drivers
A good book, but not quite as good as the first. The humans haven't yet managed to leave Moulokin, and instead end up staying to assist the Tran, at least the ones they are friends with now. Читать весь отзыв.
For Ethan Frome Fortune and his musclebound sidekick Skua September, the frozen planet of Tran-ky-ky had become too much of a cold thing. Aboard their giant icerigger Slanderscree, they headed for the trading post of Brass Monkey to book a passage home. A good book, but not quite as good as the first.
PROLOGUE It all began with a bungled kidnapping. The two men who'd attempted to abduct the wealthy Hellespont du Kane and his daughter Colette from the KK-drive liner orbiting the ice world of Tran-ky-ky had been forced to take along two witnesses, a. diminutive schoolteacher named Milliken Williams and a salesman, Ethan Fortune.
Mission to Moulokin is the mildly entertaining 2nd book in the Tran-ky-ky ice world series that essentially completes the story arc begun in the 1st book. The writing seems to be aimed towards a middle school audience at best. I liked Foster's imagined frozen planet and its flora and fauna. Much weaker are his cardboard characters and his generally clueless "salesman" protagonist. There is minimal development of the secondary players.
Mission to Moulokin book. Foster tries to inject some character development with love interests (although he kills one love triangle only Alan Dean Foster must be more of an ideas man, because although an entertaining read, the writing in Mission to Moulokin did not live up to the plot. There are great concepts here just crying out to be expanded upon. yes, I know there's the final book in the trilogy I still need to read; however, the characters are two-dimensional and I didn't really feel any empathy for any of them.
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Ледовое снаряжение ("Молокин" Alan Dean Foster. Icerigger (1974) ("Moulokin" #1).
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Author: Alan Dean FOSTER
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Publisher: New English Library (1979)
Pages: 282 pages
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