Starborn and Godsons
A story from beyond the stars, Starborn and Godsons, follows the encounter between the planet-bound Starborn of Avalon and the self-proclaimed Godsons from Earth.
Avalon became a prison for the Starborn. It wasn’t all bad though: the planet was a paradise, the grendels were taken care of, and the hydroelectric power station would allow them to begin surviving and thriving. What they were losing, however, was the ability to travel through space. While the Starborn dealt with these problems, an object was moving toward them, from Earth, carrying the Godsons. The outcome of their encounter will decide the fate of humans in space.
The p2lot was rich and full of twists. It provided a good foundation for the rest of the book, including the well-developed characters. The language was clear and helped keep the story moving.
I loved this book, and I think that many other readers will enjoy reading it as well. I believe this book is better suited for older readers. The language, concepts, and scenes in the book can be mature and graphic at times.
All in all, Jerry Pournelle, Larry Niven, and Steven Barnes did a great job writing this book. I believe lots of other kids will enjoy reading this as much as I have.
|Author||Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle, and Steven Barnes|
|Page Count||320 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|