Triplanetary

Triplanetary

From the atomic age in Atlantis to a world remote in space and time, two incredible ancient races, the Arisians and the Eddorians, are in the midst of an interstellar war with Earth as the prize. The Arisians, using advanced mental technology, have foreseen the invasion of their galaxy by the corrupt and evil Eddorians, so they begin a breeding program on every planet in their universe. Their goal...to produce super warriors who can hold off the invading Eddorians.

Title:Triplanetary
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781882968091
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    Triplanetary Reviews

  • Forrest

    I've heard people rave about how Doc Smith's work was one of the early space operas and that it influenced many later science fiction masterpieces. This may be true, but I'm thinking that just because...

  • Manuel AntŃo

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review.Realistic Sounding Nonsense: "Triplanetary" E.E. "Doc" Smith"Immediately before the Coalescence began there was one,and only one, planetary...

  • Michael

    Don't trust my rating of this book; it's part of my childhood, when I read it over and over again, and I have no way of objectively rating it.For reasons I no longer recall, I got rid of these books a...

  • Manny

    Reading Bishop Barnes's rather interesting Scientific Theory and Religion earlier this evening, I was reminded of E.E. Doc Smith's dreadful space opera series. Both authors, writing in the early 30s, ...

  • Graeme Rodaughan

    Super Spy Scandal! 19 yo Socialite Sparks Interstellar War! "Miss Marsden will have a lot of explaining to do when she gets back home." - Triplanetary Tattler.Supreme Council Shocker! We Are Not Alone...

  • Shannon Haddock

    This review is of the shorter, original version, because I somehow grabbed that one instead of the other one from Project Gutenberg.Whether or not Triplanetary is a good book depends on oneÔÇÖs expect...

  • Len Evans Jr

    I'm giving this 3.5 stars rounded up to 4 stars... will write my review in a bit once it has all sunk in. Right now I am of two minds on this book....

  • John

    I'm not terribly ashamed to admit I like Doc Smith, since I'm in good company (see Robert Heinlein's "Larger than Life"). Heinlein's apology for Smith covers most of the usual criticisms: the hackneye...

  • Sandy

    In its article on the subject of "Space Opera," my beloved "Science Fiction Encyclopedia" describes the genre thus: "ÔÇŽloosely applicable to any space adventure story, but particularly to those in wh...

  • Adam

    I only heard of the Lensman series recently. In his introduction to the copy of Foundation that I just read, Isaac Asimov said he was surprised when his series won the Hugo Award for best series of al...