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10 thoughts on “Rockets in Ursa Major

  1. says:

    Wow Okay So this book is bad Really bad Horrible even A train wreck of pacing characterization a wooden plot that strains credulity from the opening moments of the story and a lack of descriptive detail so profound that I had to rely

  2. says:

    A very short fairly light hearted and humorous book about aliens trying to destroy the earth The only reason they try to destroy the planet is because they think that humans are a part of another race that they are at war with because humans and the other race look or less identical On earth we use helicopters instead of cars and the helico

  3. says:

    I first read this in the 1960's and at the time it was the stuff of dreams set as it was in the unimaginable future of 2015 I re read it recent

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    A uick little read from what some call the Silver Age of science fiction This book was written in 1969 but the story takes place in an unspecified year of the early 21st Century which is to say about now It is i

  5. says:

    Not the best of Hoyle's workThe book is about a potential attack to Earth from extraterrestrial civilizationsI can't suggest anyone to read this book Time is limited Use it for a better bookContrary to other reviewers I don't think the problem is about timing Asimov's Foundation books are still very good even th

  6. says:

    It has the very British feel of uatermass and UNIT era Doctor Who from the early 70sbut sometimes it goes to far resulting a very clipped and clinical story that I find far too lackadaisical for its own good It's the most underwhelming alien invasion story everand apart from the opening chapters and the final l

  7. says:

    Overall a riveting read with an underwhelming ending It didn't have every aspect needed to be considered a great book by most but I lo

  8. says:

    In spite of the fact that my book was missing a page about half way through I enjoyed this story It was just a fun easy read

  9. says:

    Hoyles thinking about origins of life from space influenced me uite a bit but his scifi writing seemed dated even back then

  10. says:

    A very cute sci fi story I like the helicopters that run on punch cards and the radar valve

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It is the early twenty first century Humans are seeking signs of life elsewhere in the universe but all exploratory ships have been lost without a trace except for DSP 15 Thirty years after leaving Earth and given. A very short fairly light hearted and humorous book about aliens trying to destroy the earth The only reason they try to destroy the planet is because they think that humans are a part of another race that they are at war with because humans and the other race look or less identical On earth we use helicopters instead of cars and the helicopters use punchcards to get from one area to the next with autopilot We also have a huge amount of spaceships or rockets available to us I sort of wish this was how it was in real lifeIt was a very easy read uick and light and I loved it l-arbre-aux-sept-vies-les-sept-fils-de-phil-atilde-copy-mon planet is because they think that humans are a 28 Detective Conan 28 part of another race that they are at war with because humans and the other race look or less identical On earth we use helicopters instead of cars and the helicopters use Cabin Boys punchcards to get from one area to the next with autopilot We also have a huge amount of spaceships or rockets available to us I sort of wish this was how it was in real lifeIt was a very easy read uick and light and I loved it

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Rockets in Ursa Major

Up for lost DSP 15 suddenly appears on radar screens at the space station at Mildenhall England Her crew has been frozen to prevent aging and as the ship settles to a landing Dr Richard Warboys eagerly waits with. A uick little read from what some call the Silver Age of science fiction This book was written in 1969 but the story takes place in an unspecified year of the early 21st Century which is to say about now It is interesting when reading these older books to see how much they got correct about our time period and how much they got wrong For instance they had everyone flying around in helicopters This was a common theme in older science fiction but as we know it never came to happen They did get it correct about computers controlling many things even in our everyday lives In this story mankind had sent 15 spaceships to visit various different star systems but contact had been lost with them all After 30 years the 15th and last ship returns but the crew is not to be found on board A cryptic message has been scratched into the metal of the ship that says If this ship returns to Earth then mankind is in deadly peril No other message is to be found Shortly there after spaceships attack Earth with seemingly overwhelming technology All seems to be lost but with the help of expected allies and a scientist s idea of using our own sun as a weapon mankind might just prevail If you enjoy reading older science fiction you will probably enjoy this book dictionnaire-des-onomatop-eacute-es prevent aging and as the ship settles to a landing Dr Richard Warboys eagerly waits with. A uick little read from what some call the Silver Age of science fiction This book was written in 1969 but the story takes place in an unspecified year of the early 21st Century which is to say about now It is interesting when reading these older books to see how much they got correct about our time Happy Hour Love Lessons 1 period and how much they got wrong For instance they had everyone flying around in helicopters This was a common theme in older science fiction but as we know it never came to happen They did get it correct about computers controlling many things even in our everyday lives In this story mankind had sent 15 spaceships to visit various different star systems but contact had been lost with them all After 30 years the 15th and last ship returns but the crew is not to be found on board A cryptic message has been scratched into the metal of the ship that says If this ship returns to Earth then mankind is in deadly A Patriots History Of The United States peril No other message is to be found Shortly there after spaceships attack Earth with seemingly overwhelming technology All seems to be lost but with the help of expected allies and a scientist s idea of using our own sun as a weapon mankind might just Witness To War prevail If you enjoy reading older science fiction you will Annie probably enjoy this book

Free download Ô E-book, or Kindle E-pub ã Fred Hoyle

Other scientists for word of what DSP 15 has found But there is no crew only a message scratched into a metal surface signed by the captain If this ship returns to Earth then mankind is in deadly peril God help y. Hoyles thinking about origins of life from space influenced me uite a bit but his scifi writing seemed dated even back then