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Tuf Voyaging by George R.R. Martin
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the plauge star story is hard to put down, i found the dynics movement of the story to be out standing. I could not even start the other stories i am reading because i had to see if tuf would survive the terriors and horrors involved in the ship.

Loaves and fishes: a lot harder to get into, but the story did fullfill its promise by the end, i like the solutions that were created to help the world contend with its ecological problems.


gaurdians shows the conflict between ecology and culture, and ones interpretation of what is intellegence. the 100 year old colony is in trouble and Tuf is forced to the offensive before he is ready.

second helpings is tufs return to s'uthlam and finding out the legend he left behind has been corrupted as well as the culture has exploded its population making a 100 year saftey berrior to 18 years.

a beast for norm shows how explotiation of animals for han entertainment is a gross aboration and tuf uses the greed and desire for honor of the houses to bankrupt them and make it so they can no longer spend time on animal battles but have to fight for survival.

call him moses a religious man attempts to change his neighbors using the legend of moses and the new stories of the ark and tuf to frighten and enslave his neighbors, tuf finds out and returns the people to their beliefs and proves moses is a fraud.

manna from heaven finding his welcome back to s'uthlam to be abrupt and violent, again called to give up the ark,to provide for the people of S'uthlam with subsinace a survival
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