Kindle Edition ✓ Panglor eBook Ú

Kindle Edition ✓ Panglor eBook Ú

Panglor ➬ [Ebook] ➧ Panglor By Jeffrey A. Carver ➸ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk In this prequel to Jeffrey A Carver s STAR RIGGER Universe, we find Panglor Balef, space pilot, on the edge of sanity Forced to embark upon a hopeless mission, the life weary pilot suddenly finds hims In this prequel to Jeffrey A Carver s STAR RIGGER Universe, we find Panglor Balef, space pilot, on the edge of sanity Forced to embark upon a hopeless mission, the life weary pilot suddenly finds himself in the depths of space in a place that seems beyond reality Is this the horrifying end of his journey Or could it be a window to a new and incredible path of discovery Panglor must fight for his life to find answers.


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10 thoughts on “Panglor

  1. Lizzie Lizzie says:

    The longer I read this thethe rating goes down It is slow I feel like I am stuck in someone s LSD fantasy with only a part time grip on reality, which I am pretty sure defines the main character, Panglor Since my version of reality is science fiction, that is pretty tough to do to me I do like the alien pet The female character is only partially developed.This is book 3 , and I started with this one because I obtained it for free through bookpub I didn t realize it was part of a seri The longer I read this thethe rating goes down It is slow I feel like I am stuck in someone s LSD fantasy with only a part time grip on reality, which I am pretty sure defines the main character, Panglor Since my version of reality is science fiction, that is pretty tough to do to me I do like the alien pet The female character is only partially developed.This is book 3 , and I started with this one because I obtained it for free through bookpub I didn t realize it was part of a series until I started writing this review at 80% through the book I only am continuing to read it because I have this problem of when I start of book, I finish it I read the author s notes and he does recommend starting the series with this book in terms of content as opposed to timeline.I kept looking for why it received such excellent reviews onwith comparisons to Asimov and 68 of 82 reviews giving it a 4 or 5 star rating It just didn t grab me and it was a struggle to read, putting me to sleep several times Being relieved that I finished it is a rare experience for me But, that is the best I can say about the story I can also state the author s writing skills are excellent as to mechanics His style just didn t engage me


  2. Jim Kratzok Jim Kratzok says:

    Well that was differentI m of really mixed feelings about this book I hated the first half but was too stubborn to put it down But then, either I got used to the characters or the story got better, I began to almost like it There were still plenty of things about this story that irritated me Panglor was totally nuts and I never felt like we got enough explanation for why that was the case On the other hand, the story couldn t work if he weren t a bit twisted So I grudgingly and retroact Well that was differentI m of really mixed feelings about this book I hated the first half but was too stubborn to put it down But then, either I got used to the characters or the story got better, I began to almost like it There were still plenty of things about this story that irritated me Panglor was totally nuts and I never felt like we got enough explanation for why that was the case On the other hand, the story couldn t work if he weren t a bit twisted So I grudgingly and retroactively accepted his weirdness Also, Alo didn t make a lot of sense as a character Brilliant, rebellious, and for some reason she fell for Panglor Seriously The story, although revised since it s original publication in 1980, felt rather dated The description of the planet Panglor and Alo end up on seemed like a bad drug trip But it was interesting overall


  3. Jrubino Jrubino says:

    Another rouge anti hero with a cute alien sidekick and already the plot has backed itself into a cliched corner The writing style is straightforward and pedestrian, but not overly bad However, the characters and plot are a retread of dozens of novels that came before it So, if Carver is going to squeeze his idea into this already crowded genre, then it needs to find some originality Nope After 50 pages, it s obvious this is just another copy.


  4. David H. David H. says:

    Why I didn t finish this I had remembered liking Carver s Star Rigger something my dad had for years , so I wanted to read the rest of the series I tried Seas of Ernathe not so great , reread Star Rigger good , and then I gave up during Panglor I m just not into stories with weird reality dream like bits.


  5. Donald Haack Donald Haack says:

    Very interesting read The character development was on point The imagination used in this is refreshing with situations such as the planet not being a planet but an unstable rift in the space time continuum This is the first I ve read in this series and look forward to readingby this author.


  6. Deuard Deuard says:

    Crazy helpsI ve wondered from time to time if some of the traits that society deems not exceptable are in fact necessary for the future The author makes this something of a survival skill Good read.


  7. Chris Ehlers Chris Ehlers says:

    Conceptually intriguing, good characterizationStruggling through space and time the characters have to find their way home The dimensional rift captures and holds them until they corral their own emotions Keeps the reader guessing and turning the page Worth the time to read.


  8. Stanley Stanley says:

    FunQuite a fun book, the main characters are entertaining and crazy but in a good way so that you have fun reading about them.


  9. Kari Morandi Kari Morandi says:

    Fun readInteresting premise that there is a world universe where people who don t fit into regular society can actually excel Light, enjoyable read.


  10. Linda Linda says:

    Very entertaining book, fast moving and enjoyable I can t wait to readof this series.


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