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Lucky Starr and the Big Sun of Mercury by Isaac Asimov
Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Sincereprints have included a foreword by Asimov explaining that advancing knowledge From Wikipedia– Lucky Starr and the Big Sun of Mercury is the fourth novel in the Lucky Starr series, six juvenile science fiction novels by Isaac Asimov that originally appeared under the pseudonym Paul French.
Sincereprints have included a foreword by Asimov explaining that advancing lsaac of conditions on Mercury have rendered isac of the novel’s descriptions of that world inaccurate. Cover artist Darrell K. Mass Marketpages.
Lucky Starr and the Big Sun of Mercury
Published March 1st by New American Liibrary first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Asiimov with This Book. Nov 12, Conan Tigard rated it really liked it. A lot of reviews for these Lucky Starr books are not favorable.
I presume these are from hard-core Sci Fi fans who only like the “heavy science” science fiction which has a tendency to bore me to death. Maybe that is why I like the Lucky Starr books.
Plus, we get to travel to different planets in or solar system. Sure, some of the facts about the planet Isaac Asimov uses have been proven not to be true, but the book was originally written in That is a long time ago and we k A lot of reviews for these Lucky Starr books are not favorable. That is a long time ago and we know a lot more about the planet sin our solar system now. Still, I enjoy these mystery science fiction books because there is plenty of action and they are an easy read.
If your child is looking to get into science fiction, this is the series for them. You do not have to have read the other three books in this series to understand this one, but it does help. I rated this book an 8 out of This was a pleasant story that would have lent itself well to being included with the “I, Robot” stories. No sooner do they land their ship inside the Dome city than lead engineer Scott Mindes escorts them outside onto the surface of the planet where he speaks of giant men in metal suits who can remain on the surface for hours despite the intense heat and deadly radiation from the sun.
Yet each time Mindes attempts to approach them, the apparitions vanish into the shadows. The engineer seems to be growing increasingly irritable during their discussion, until he finally pulls a blaster from his holster and fires at Lucky.
Later, Starr and Bigman are informed by Chief Medical Officer Doctor Gardoma that Mindes, a genuinely cordial young man, has been under enormous strain due to repeated acts of sabotage against Project Light, an experiment intended to produce planet-wide cooling and even disbursement of heat via orbiting space stations.
To that end, Swenson sent a ham-fisted investigator of his own named Urteil, who has managed to bully and intimidate almost everyone working on iisaac project, especially Mindes. Even the elderly Lance Peverale, senior astronomer of the observatory, distrusts Urteil so much rqcista he refuses to speak of him when Starr broaches the topic. Rafista a banquet the following evening, tensions rise as Urteil harasses Starr and maligns the Council of Science.
While Starr takes the comments in stride, the short-fused Bigman characteristically lashes out at Urteil in a violent rebuttal that begins a savage feud between them.
By way of distraction, Peverale launches into a polemic against the people of the racistaa Sirius, accusing them of sending saboteurs to Mercury in an attempt to thwart Project Light. Although Peverale has no tangible evidence to support his claim, the Sirians have a well-earned reputation as pirates and terrorists. With as many theories as there are suspects, Starr and Bigman take to the gelid underground mines and the scorching surface isac Mercury to unlock the mystery.
Ik ga er echter van uit dat dat niet het geval is en val dus meteen met de deur in huis door het effectief over De grote zon van Mercurius te hebben. Al moet ik daarvoor Daarin schreef ik namelijk dat onder zijn bekendste werken niet alleen de Foundation-trilogie te vinden was, maar ook de zogenaamde Robot-serie.
Een robot mag een mens geen letsel toebrengen of door niet te handelen toestaan dat een mens letsel oploopt – 2de wet: Een robot moet de bevelen uitvoeren die hem door mensen gegeven worden, behalve als die bevelen in strijd zijn met de 1ste wet – 3de wet: Een robot moet zijn eigen bestaan beschermen, voor zover die bescherming niet in strijd is met de 1ste of 2de wet. Ksaac lag niet in Asimovs natuur zich er daarmee makkelijk van racizta te maken wat de gedragingen van robots isqac zijn verhalen betreft, in tegendeel: In De grote zon van Mercurius komt het gevaar echter uit een andere hoek dan de interpretatie: Je zou daar een filosofisch discours kunnen aan wijden, maar ook dat is niet de stijl van Asimov.
Dat maakte ook mijn tweede lezing — de eerste keer dateert van lange jaren geleden — van De grote zon van Mercurius weer de moeite waard. Il quarto episodio delle avventure di Starr e del suo pard marziano Bigman segna un mezzo passo falso: Oct 25, Chris rated it really liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
El Racista – Isaac Asimov (Adaptación Eduward G)
To view it, click here. The cover art is the biggest spoiler of the book. Until the middle of the book everyone is talking who could have done it, not what could have done it but the cover belies this the whole time. Other than this you find a nice balance of Lucky and Bigman each taking their roles and expanding upon them.
The story had 2 interwoven plots for once, which I would say is good. There was no surpurfulous use of the glimmer shield, no real mention of it at all either. My complaints of previous books slowly The cover art is the biggest spoiler of the book. My complaints of previous books slowly get addressed the further into the series you go. I would have to say if it was not for the cover art the book would have been better.
Onto the next Asimov, The Naked Sun. Apr 13, Steve R added it. The fourth of Asimov’s series of six juvenile tales of ‘daring-do’. Lucky Starr and his erstwhile sidekick Bigman Jones one is reminded of the movie serials in which the hero always had a more-for-comic-relief-than-anything-else tag-along partner investigate mysterious accidents which are plaguing Project Light, an endeavor to transmit solar energy through hyperspace.
Not remembered at all. May 18, Vicente L Ruiz rated it really liked it Shelves: It’s been fun, re-reading all these old books after such a long time. With this novel, I thought how funny it must have been, being a youngster reading the first edition, and finding that Paul French shamelessly used Asimov’s robots Nov 21, Kissu rated it really liked it. Este es mi libro favorito de Lucky Starr. A series of accidents are slowing down a major scientific research project and sabotage is suspected.
Lucky and Bigman must investigate. At this point, the formula for these books has been pretty well established. Each novella begins with a series of mysterious occurrences followed by an investigation from the Council of Science, a series of clues and action sequences th In the fourth Lucky Starr adventure, the intrepid Councilman and his diminutive sidekick, John “Bigman” Jones, head to Mercury. Each novella begins with a series of mysterious occurrences followed by an investigation from the Council of Science, a series of clues and action sequences that inevitably lead to life and death peril for the two detectives and then a finale in which the truth is discovered and that is, in format, very similar to the “drawing room” mystery endings so popular in the 20’s and 30’s.
What’s distinctive about this tale is that the two leading characters get split up and must pursue parallel investigations.
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In the end, they make not just one, but two major discoveries about what is happening on the planet nearest the sun. Although it’s a fun twist to split up Lucky and Bigman, it does limit the time we spend on each storyline, making each one more direct and succinct. So this book has fewer complications or switchbacks than the previous two and all of the action takes place in a pretty concentrated period of time perhaps 48 hours.
However, I asimmov like the fact that Bigman got a chance to shine a little bit on his own in this one. Overall, this is an entertaining sci-fi action and mystery story for young people.
And, unlike the previous book, most isac the science still feels plausible in this one. Well, except for the view spoiler [ heat-seeking underground stone snakes. Feb 06, Kylie rated it asimog was amazing Shelves: Recently I felt like reading something quick and light-hearted again, so I instantly went to my Lucky Starr collection and tugged out Big Sun of Mercury. I cannot state enough how much joy I get out of reading these adorable novels. They are punctual, easy to digest, and make me smile and oh, do I laugh asiov much at Bigman, he is just perfection.
Sure, to much of Lucky Starr would get boring – I can understand that people would have a gripe with the character-trope that he is, but in the bite si Recently I felt like reading something quick and light-hearted again, so I instantly went to my Lucky Starr collection and tugged out Big Sun of Mercury. Sure, to much of Lucky Racosta would get boring – I can understand that people would have a gripe with the character-trope that he eel, but in the bite size little pocketbooks I have, they’re perfect to just enjoy an afternoon in another future someplace where men zoom around the solar wsimov solving crimes.
So I don’t know, perhaps I am bias due to being a writer myself and enjoying seeing how Asimov’s writing and ideas progressed, but I ixaac it all really interesting. It as also in this re-read that I was struck with a hilarious thought. The relationship between Lucky Starr and Bigman felt so familiar upon this re-read, their barter, their friendship, the protectiveness they shared – and then it just suddenly hit me out of the blue.
They where Space Sherlock and Watson. I couldn’t stop laughing. The moment I made racsta connection I suddenly saw the series in a whole different light. The world of Isaac Asimov’s Lucky Starr is a young science geek’s wildest dream come true.