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by Terry Knight,Bernard Doove


Enjoy several tales based in the Chakat Universe about Foxtaurs, Rakshani, Caitians, and of course Chakats. I love the world of chakats, morphs and, the other centauroid like species. this book just brings evermore closer to knowing them.

Enjoy several tales based in the Chakat Universe about Foxtaurs, Rakshani, Caitians, and of course Chakats. Explore a world being pioneered by the Stellar Foxtaurs. keep up the work Chakat Goldfur. your friend: Chakat Dreamspirit. Then learn more about the species, worlds, and other fascinating details of the Chakat Universe, including the original "Introduction To Chakats," and the "Lonely Stellar Guide To Chakona.

Then learn more fascinating facts about the Chakat Universe, the people . The first half of this book contains six short stories set in Bernard Doove's Chakat Universe. Lonely Stellar Guide to Chakona – Terry Knight.

Then learn more fascinating facts about the Chakat Universe, the people, the worlds, and their history. An Introduction to the PTV – McClaw. Then learn more about the species, worlds

In Tales from the Chakat Universe, enjoy several stories of Foxtaurs, Rakshani, Caitians, and of course Chakats. The Chakat Universe is also the creation of Bernard Doove.

In Tales from the Chakat Universe, enjoy several stories of Foxtaurs, Rakshani, Caitians, and of course Chakats. However, I wish to acknowledge that the contributions from many people who have written stories, created background material, and drawn illustrations which have all added immensely to my vision. These people include, but are definitely not limited to, Roy Pounds II, John Plunkett, Terry Knight, Kacey Miyagami, Boyce Kline, Leonardo Maffi, Mayra "Huskie" Boyle, Seth Triggs, and many, many others. Thanks go out to each and every one of you!

The first half of this book contains six short stories set in Bernard Doove's Chakat Universe.

The first half of this book contains six short stories set in Bernard Doove's Chakat Universe. The second half has a series of articles about the chakats, including the original "Introduction to Chakats", a detailed look at their home world in "The Lonely Stellar Guide to Chakona", an overview of the most fascinating species that inhabit the Federation, and an in-depth article on the famous game of Chakker!

Then learn more fascinating facts about the Chakat Universe, the people, the worlds, and their history.

Familiarity with the chakats, foxtaurs, and the others in the previous books will help but Tales from the Chakat . The casual open sex of Doove’s nonhuman characters have made his Chakat Universe stories controversial with many readers

Familiarity with the chakats, foxtaurs, and the others in the previous books will help but Tales from the Chakat Universe stands nicely on its own – except for lacking an introduction to the hermaphroditic pronouns ‘shi’ and ‘hir’, but the reader will quickly pick that up on ‘hir’ own. There is one on page 173, Forms of Address, but by this time the reader is deep into the book. The casual open sex of Doove’s nonhuman characters have made his Chakat Universe stories controversial with many readers. In Danzhouken, the characters try to avoid sex, but the story leaves little doubt as to what sex is normally like in Rakshani society.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Bernard Doove books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Tales From The Chakat Universe. The second half has a series of articles about the chakats, including the original "Introduction to Chakats", a detailed look at their home world in "The Lonely Stellar Guide to Chakona", an overview of the most fascinating species that inhabit the Federation, and an in-depth article on the famous game of Chakker!

Enjoy several tales based in the Chakat Universe about Foxtaurs, Rakshani, Caitians, and of course Chakats. Explore a world being pioneered by the Stellar Foxtaurs, share some of Chakat Midnight's experiences as Chief of Security on the starship Pegasus, thrill to an invasion of the Starwalkers' space station, and learn how female Rakshani have dealt with their irresistible estrus throughout their history. Then learn more about the species, worlds, and other fascinating details of the Chakat Universe, including the original "Introduction To Chakats", and the "Lonely Stellar Guide To Chakona". And of course you must check out the article on the great game of Chakker! Both stories and articles are generously illustrated by various artists.

Tales From The Chakat Universe epub download

ISBN13: 978-1475244144

ISBN: 1475244142

Author: Terry Knight,Bernard Doove

Category: Fantasy

Subcategory: Science Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 5, 2012)

Pages: 322 pages

ePUB size: 1886 kb

FB2 size: 1715 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 561

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Andriodtargeted
There's some interesting stuff in here. I say some, because the second half of the book is in the form of articles about the setting, rather than being stories. If you want to read at length about standard 24th century cars and tourist destinations on planet Chakona, add a fourth star. For me, though I do enjoy worldbuilding, this second half came off as largely filler. Parts of it were repetitive, including (I think) a verbatim repeat of a section on the government; there were also details that took up space without adding anything, like the exact addresses of every embassy on a fictional planet and the specific prices of various interstellar flights. Some interesting material gets alluded to, like the sight of factory workers with telekinesis and the discovery of a secret bio-lab, but I would have liked to see this stuff dramatized as stories, not referenced offhand by a scholar.

Having said that, the fiction that's here is entertaining. The authors have tried hard to develop a setting that feels lively and not dominated by some over-arching galactic threat. So, the characters tend to deal with smaller-scale problems like a pirate attack, a crime, friction between species and cultures, and daily life in the future. Expect relationships more often than space battles. I'm reminded here of M.C.A. Hogarth's "Mindtouch", and that's a good thing.

The main species here are Mary Sues, but that's not necessarily bad. They're justified in-universe as the product of heavy genetic engineering. The fact that they can still get into trouble makes them viable story characters, worth reading about.
Andriodtargeted
There's some interesting stuff in here. I say some, because the second half of the book is in the form of articles about the setting, rather than being stories. If you want to read at length about standard 24th century cars and tourist destinations on planet Chakona, add a fourth star. For me, though I do enjoy worldbuilding, this second half came off as largely filler. Parts of it were repetitive, including (I think) a verbatim repeat of a section on the government; there were also details that took up space without adding anything, like the exact addresses of every embassy on a fictional planet and the specific prices of various interstellar flights. Some interesting material gets alluded to, like the sight of factory workers with telekinesis and the discovery of a secret bio-lab, but I would have liked to see this stuff dramatized as stories, not referenced offhand by a scholar.

Having said that, the fiction that's here is entertaining. The authors have tried hard to develop a setting that feels lively and not dominated by some over-arching galactic threat. So, the characters tend to deal with smaller-scale problems like a pirate attack, a crime, friction between species and cultures, and daily life in the future. Expect relationships more often than space battles. I'm reminded here of M.C.A. Hogarth's "Mindtouch", and that's a good thing.

The main species here are Mary Sues, but that's not necessarily bad. They're justified in-universe as the product of heavy genetic engineering. The fact that they can still get into trouble makes them viable story characters, worth reading about.
Slowly writer
Love Bernard Doove and once again, his book brought me in a extraordinary new world, or should I say his world. I recommend the book for any chakat/furry fans.
Slowly writer
Love Bernard Doove and once again, his book brought me in a extraordinary new world, or should I say his world. I recommend the book for any chakat/furry fans.
Anicasalar
I love the world of chakats, morphs and, the other centauroid like species. this book just brings evermore closer to knowing them. I love the stories. keep up the work Chakat Goldfur.

your friend: Chakat Dreamspirit.
Anicasalar
I love the world of chakats, morphs and, the other centauroid like species. this book just brings evermore closer to knowing them. I love the stories. keep up the work Chakat Goldfur.

your friend: Chakat Dreamspirit.
Malakelv
excelent illustrations, and a must have if you would like insight into the chakona universe, or chackats and felitaurs in general
Malakelv
excelent illustrations, and a must have if you would like insight into the chakona universe, or chackats and felitaurs in general
Yozshunris
love the story
Yozshunris
love the story