The Final Encyclopedia, Volume Two of Two (Sf Series , Vol 2) ebook
by Gordon R. Dickson
In The Final Encyclopedia Gordon R. Dickson has brilliantly continued the classic future legend begun in Dorsai . That aside, I have long considered The Final Encyclopedia the pinnacle book of Dickson's Dorsai collection. It isn't an easy, quick read, though.
In The Final Encyclopedia Gordon R. Dickson has brilliantly continued the classic future legend begun in Dorsai! and the award-winning Soldier, Ask No. - -Anne McCaffrey. Gordon R. Dickson was the Hugo- and Nebula-winning author of many classics of fantasy and science fiction, most famously the Childe Cycle (also known as the Dorsai series). The earlier books were much less intellectually challenging than this one. They tend to be more about the external action, while this one has a strong internal focus.
The Final Encyclopedia, 2 of 2 book
The Final Encyclopedia, 2 of 2 book. In The Final Encyclopedia the human race is split into three Splinter cultures: the Friendlies, fanatic in their faith; the truth-seeking Exotics; and the warrior Dorsai. But now humanity is threatened by the power-hungry Others, whose triumph would end all human progress.
Gordon Dickson's The Final Encyclopedia is a fitting conclusion to a top-notch science fiction . Dickson's Dorsai novels rank among the great novels of Science-Fiction and 'The Final Encyclopedia' is no exception
Gordon Dickson's The Final Encyclopedia is a fitting conclusion to a top-notch science fiction series. He was raised by tutors representing the three cultural "splinters" from Dickson's future world - the military Dorsai, the fanatically religious Friendlies and the mystic Exotics. Dickson's Dorsai novels rank among the great novels of Science-Fiction and 'The Final Encyclopedia' is no exception. Indeed, 'Encyclopedia' is on par with other such epics of the genre as Frank Herbert's 'Dune' and Issac Asimov's 'Foundation.
The Childe Cycle, also known as the Dorsai series, is Gordon R. Dickson's future history of humankind and its ultimate destiny. Dicksons future history of humankind and its ultimate destiny. But now humanity is threatened by the power-hungry Others, whose triumph would end all human progress
Expands 1978's Gordon R. Dickson's SF Best. 1984 The Final Encyclopedia, sf novel, Ace (paperback) and Tor (hardcover). 1997 The Final Encyclopedia: Vol 2, Tor, Orb. 1998 The Dragon in Lyonesse, fantasy novel, Tor Books (hardcover).
Expands 1978's Gordon R. Act of Creation, (ss). Brother Charlie, (nv). 1984 Jamie the Red (with Roland Green), sword & sorcery fantasy novel, Ace (paperback). 1984 The Last Master, rewrite of 1973's The R-Master, Tor (paperback). 1985 Secrets of the Deep, omnibus of 3 young-adult sf novels, Critic's Choice (paperback). Secret Under the Sea, 1960 novel.
by Gordon R. Dickson. Published December 15, 1996 by Tor Books. Hal lay, his long body clad in a yellow Exotic robe, listening to the interweaving of the melody of birdsongs with the sound of a fountain beyond a screen of three-meter-tall, willow-like trees, to the left of the small, depressed sitting area, like a conversation pit, in which he was resting.
Gordon r. dickson series . SUMMARY: Sequel to The Final Encyclopedia and newest in Dickson's masterpiece, The Childe Cycle. dickson series: Childe Cycle. Disciplined by Friendlies, schooled by Exotics, Dahno builds an interplanetary network of half-breeds called "Others". But Dahno only wants wealth and power for himself, whereas his half-brother, Bleys, sees an opportunity to challenge the Dorsai for control of the Human Worlds.
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The Final Encyclopedia (1984). Danger-Human (1970) (as The Book of Gordon Dickson, 1973). The Star Road (1973).
Gordon Rupert Dickson. Dickson lecturing at Minicon in 1974. The Final Encyclopedia (1984). The Dorsai Companion (1986). The Chantry Guild (1988).