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eBook Those Who Survive ePub

by Kir Bulychev

  • ISBN: 0738815616
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Kir Bulychev
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Xlibris; 1 edition (May 22, 2000)
  • Pages: 388
  • ePub book: 1296 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1231 kb
  • Other: lrf lrf mobi rtf
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 983

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The plants were poisonous or actively hunted them, the animals were not all that friendly either. Twenty years have passed and the small settlement between the endless forest and the ice covered mountains is set for a major change

By (author) Kir Bulychev.

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But to do that, they will have to risk everything, the lives of their children, and their loves. Meet Kir Bulychev, I have a feeling you’ll like one another.

Some of Kir Bulychev’s books were published in English: Half a Life (1977), Gusliar Wonders (1983), Earth and Elsewhere (1985), Abduction of a Sorcerer (1989), Those Who Survive (2000), Alice: The Girl from Earth (2002), and South-East Asia: Unity in Diversity (1989). Kir Bulychev died on 5 September, 2003 at the age of 68. References: Kir Bulychev’s official site ww. ibliogid.

Kir Bulychev or Bulychov was a pen name of Igor Vsevolodovich Mozheiko, a Soviet Russian science fiction writer and .

Kir Bulychev or Bulychov was a pen name of Igor Vsevolodovich Mozheiko, a Soviet Russian science fiction writer and historian. This children's science fiction series is centered around the titular heroine, a teenage girl from the future, who travels through space and time, solves mysteries, makes discoveries and saves endangered peoples and species. Bulychev kept writing

2000) A novel by Kir Bulychev. Library Journal Twenty years after the Polar Star crashes on a hostile planet, the survivors encounter the wreckage of the ship and realize that they have a chance to rejoin a human race that has forgotten about them.

Redirected from Kir Bulychyov). Kir Bulychev (Russian: Кир Булычёв; 18 October 1934 – 5 September 2003) was a pen name of Igor Vsevolodovich Mozheiko (И́горь Все́володович Може́йко), a Soviet Russian science fiction writer and historian. His magnum opus is a children's science fiction series Alisa Selezneva, although most of his books are adult-oriented.

The Planet Had No Name!

When the exploratory starship from Earth PolarStar crashed in the ice-covered mountains of the nameless planet the few survivors who made it to the warmer lowlands had no idea just how hostile this world could be.

The plants were poisonous or actively hunted them, the animals were not all that friendly either.

Most of them died. Some had children.

Twenty years have passed and the small settlement between the endless forest and the ice covered mountains is set for a major change. They have started to dream of rescue, of rejoining the human race, of going back to the stars.

But to do that, they will have to risk everything, the lives of their children, and their loves.

“Meet Kir Bulychev, I have a feeling you’ll like one another.” Theodore Sturgeon

Comments

Mustard Forgotten Mustard Forgotten
reminds me of "dies the fire". people against a new world for them. a must read!
Super P Super P
Loved it
betelgeuze betelgeuze
Excellent story! It was amazing to read about the character's struggles to survive in the the harsh enviornment while trying to retain their humanity and civility. Very interesting in how the newer generations were able to adapt to the only world they had ever known compared to the older generation who had grown up on Earth. You find yourself mourning the character's tragic situation, celebrating their triumphs, and rooting for the success of their missions. The translated book contains a few minor spelling and grammatical errors, however, it is easy to decipher what it should say and does not take away from the story. I've read this masterpiece several times and spent a year hunting down an affordable copy in good condition to add to my collection. I look forward to reading it again and again in the years to come.
Dammy Dammy
"Those Who Survive" (original Russian title - "Pereval") from the very first magazine appearance became legendary masterpeace of Russian literary SF. It had a tone, it had a style, it was unusual in wonders of alien world and liveable in human charachters. Just hope John Costello accurately brings all colors of the Bulychev's book to English. It really deserves to be read.
Obong Obong
The best SF book I ever read. In russian it is called not Pereval(it is the name of the first part), but Posyolok which means Settlement. By the way the book is third or fourth in series about doctor Pavlysh but can be read alone because Pavlysh here is not a leading hero. The whole series though deserves to be translated.
Axebourne Axebourne
This book is written in a very different, "Lord of the Flies"- like outlook to the distant future. It's more of an adventure story, but very interesting to read, nonetheless. It captivates you perfectly.
Ubranzac Ubranzac
I wonder why we don't have more Russian authors translated. Those who do not like SCIFI will be instantly converted. An excellent book.