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Juggler of Worlds by Larry Niven
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Mar 17, 09

Read in March, 2009

"Juggler of Worlds" is a second book to "Fleet of Worlds". I did not realize this beforehand so I have not read "Fleet of worlds" yet. Fortunately you don't have to, this book stand perfectly fine on it is own. As far as i can tell only the last little part of the book crosses over with the first book. "Juggler of Worlds" focus mostly on ARM agent Sigmund Ausfaller, a natural born paranoid. Sigmund tries to understand a series of events that involves the puppeteer race. In the meantime he is also trying to stop involvement of the puppeteers in human affairs. I really enjoyed follow Sigmund and the puppeteer Nessus and they try to outwit each other. I am a fan of Larry Niven earlier short stories, so I was surprise and delight as some of the these stories are interwoven into this plot. Overall this was a really great science fiction read. It is hard to go wrong reading Larry Niven.

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