Triplanetary - Unabridged (Formatted & Optimized for Nook)

Triplanetary - Unabridged (Formatted & Optimized for Nook)

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This is the first of E. E. "Doc" Smith's six Lensman books, and although it isn't as fast-paced as later Lensman novels, it sets the stage for what is perhaps the greatest space-opera saga ever told. Through a series of vignettes spanning millions of years, readers will learn how the titanic struggle between the good Arisians and the evil Eddorians first came to pass, and about how humanity was chosen (and bred) to assume the awesome power of the lens.

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BN ID: 2940012399144
Publisher: Classic Century Works
Publication date: 03/26/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 144 KB

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Triplanetary - Unabridged (Formatted & Optimized for Nook) 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Narff_Bear More than 1 year ago
When the book Triplanetary came out (I have the Pyramid book paperback edition) it contained three books in one:      Book 1: Dawn - 38 pages      Book 2: The World War - 37 pages      Book 3: Triplanetary - 147 pages This Nook offering is only Book 3.  I am disappointed to the point that I feel Barnes and Noble misrepresented the book.  Particularly when this was the "unabridged" edition.  In other words, I was cheated in my purchase.  Books 1 and 2 are very important to understanding who the Arisians and the Endoreans are the role they play in the story being described and their manipulations in background .  Without this information, certain parts of the context of the story are missing and this offering which Barnes and Noble is a very poor, incomplete representative of the "real thing."