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A Viking-trilógia középső részében közel három évtizeden át követhetjük nyomon a főhős fordulatos kalandjait az ókori városállamokra emlékeztető viszonyok között. A legjobb magyar epikusok hagyományait folytató, fordulatos, izgalmas regény a szerző egyik legnépszerűbb műve, mely példátlan módon feszegeti a science-fiction határait....

Title : Távoli Tűz
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ISBN : 9799639193573
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 414 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Távoli Tűz Reviews

  • Dániel Darabos
    2019-03-06 10:32

    Like Feladat this one is also set on a pre-historic planet with a crash-landed space ship. It was also the recurring fantasy of my childhood so I can understand Peter Zsoldos writing more than one book on the subject. (Who am I kidding — it is still my recurring fantasy.) This book is less focused on personal morality and rather deals with matters involving civilizations.I have read it many years ago, but will try to recall a short plot summary.(view spoiler)[This time the crew survives the emergency landing but they are split up. The protagonist ends up alone and has to do some adventuring before reaching civilization. He meets the rest of the crew in a city-state set in a bay. Their goal is then to fix up their space ship with the help of the good people of this bronze-age settlement. Much of the book deals with using space-age knowledge to speed up the scientific progress of this civilization while also dealing with internal and external politics, trade, wars and disease. All very entertaining and a boy-scout's dream.There are moral questions interwoven into all of this. Is it right to play god to these people? Is it right to kill the opposition for the good of the city? Is it right to patronize this civilization to the detriment of others? What do they want to leave behind when the space ship is ready to launch again? Many of these questions can be seen to parallel the history of colonization on Earth. (hide spoiler)]

  • David Koblos
    2019-03-12 11:48

    Historical fiction meets science fiction. The initial idea of putting a 25th century space traveler into the bronze age Mediterranean world is quite daring in and of itself. Note, that up until the end the world remains a distant planet, no relation to our actual past is revealed, only a close resemblance, which includes the smallest detail. However, apart from this major annoyance, the book is quite well written, exciting and entertaining.

  • Tomika
    2019-03-07 07:36

    Minden idők legjobb magyar író által írt könyve: remek trilógia egy középkori társadalomról, egy idegen bolygón!!