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Man-Kzin Wars 11 (Man-Kzin Wars #11)

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The Kzin were the mightiest warriors in the galaxy, which they were wasting no time in conquering, one star system at a time. Then those feline lords of creation ran into those ridiculous weed-eating pacifistic apes who called themselves "humans." And the catlike Kzin found they had their collective tail caught in a meat grinder. When the mighty Kzin moved in to take over ...more
Paperback, 489 pages
Published September 28th 2007 by Baen Books (first published October 2005)
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Another great installment of the Man-Kzin Wars anthologies. All of the tales are both tied to previous stories, and yet stand alone. 'Three At Table', 'Grossgeister Swamp' and 'Catspaws' all piggy back off each other and are written by Hal Colebatch, who has become one of the most prolific Kzin tale authors. We find in these tales of previously seen characters: An ARM agent who gets in a little too deep when on a solitary excursion to find out more about the planet Wunderland's environs; A tale ...more
A long running anthology series with stories set during the Man-Kzin Wars in Larry Niven’s Known Space universe. Niven started this thing up because while the Wars were very significant in the history of Known Space, he himself was not adept at writing about conflict. Niven has written some of the stories but most are by other authors. The writing ranges from average to excellent. Recommended if you are a fan of Known Space.
This is a collection of some short stories/novellas. The first few reminded me what I liked about this setting and its alien races to explore. The last few reminded me why I quit reading them years and years ago-- too many alien races that are the hidden forces behind everything, and are manipulating each other as well as others. I lost track during the Peace Corben stories of who was manipulating who.
Mostly stories by Colebatch and Harrington, including some that are sequels, but a new Niven story as well!
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