|Author:||Robert A. Heinlein|
|Title:||The Star Beast|
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|ePUB size:||1372 kb|
|FB2 size:||1699 kb|
|DJVU size:||1391 kb|
|Publisher:||Del Rey; 1st Printing edition (December 12, 1977)|
by Robert A. Heinlein. Jacket, title page, and endpapers. Robert Heinlein’s space zoo is unique-there is an unusual animal in each of his books. Lummox, whose story is told in this book, is an extraordinary creature that endears itself to us in the first chapters. The creature is-we believe as we read-the pet of John Thomas Stuart XII-a good many years from now. At the end we discover Lummox has quite different ideas about the relationship. What is Lummox? It is some time before the reader really finds out. Robert A. Heinlein
The Star Beast Robert A. First published by Charles Scribner's Sons, 1954. Some excerpts from this book were first published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction under the title, "Star Lummox. ISBN 0-345-30046-7 (USA - Ballantine Books). ISBN 0-450-03856-4 (UK - New English Library).
Lummox had been the Stuart family pet for years .
Personal Name: Heinlein, Robert A. (Robert Anson), 1907-1988. Publication, Distribution, et. Riverdale, NY. Baen Books ; New York,. Distributed by Simon & Schuster, (c)2012. Projected Publication Date: 1203. General Note: "A Baen book" . Genre/Form: Science fiction. Download The star beast by Robert A. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Aquaculture. Artificial intelligence.
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Star Beast consolidates the enviable position Heinlein is now finding himself in by 1954. He is clearly the King of SF juveniles by this stage, both popular and best-selling. Although it is strangely often forgotten today, The Star Beast is one that epitomises the solidly-good Heinlein juvenile. There’s an occasional lapse, and the odd part that hasn’t dated well, but generally this is one of the juveniles I’d recommend, although it is often not one regarded as a favourite.
Author: Robert Heinlein. II The Department of Spatial Affairs3. III "-An Improper Question"4. IV The Prisoner at the Bars5. V A Matter of Viewpoint6. VI "Space Is Deep, Excellency"7. VII "Mother Knows Best"8. VIII The Sensible Thing To Do9. IX Customs and an Ugly Duckling10. X The Cygnus Decision11.