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The Ringworld Engineers by Larry Niven
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Aug 10, 2011


Larry Niven is amazing! In Ringworld, he dares to think bigger than just creating a universe -- he creates sentient beings powerful enough to create a solar systems and he builds solar systems unlike any other. In the process, he also creates a mystery that keeps you looking for answers that he never provides.... until Ringworld Engineers.

Ringworld Engineers takes on the challenge of answering questions about Ringworld. Ringworld Engineers is well thought out, intricate, hard science at it's best. Larry's especially good at creating aliens with unique detail and complex personalities.

In Ringworld Engineers, Larry inundates you with knowledge about the Ringworld in 350 pages as the protagonist attempts to figure out how to save the Ringworld from destruction.

I highly recommend reading this, but only after you have read Ringworld. Frankly, I like this book even more than Ringworld since Larry's skills as a writer have improved significantly in the decade(s) between the Ringworld novels.
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