|Publisher:||Aspect (November 1, 1994)|
|Category:||Fantasy and Science Fiction|
|Other formats:||doc lit lrf lit|
Midshipman's Hope book.
Midshipman's Hope book.
Midshipman's Hope is nothing like either of those books, other than being military. David Feintuch (1944–2006) was the author of the award-winning military science fiction Seafort Saga series, which spans Midshipman’s Hope, Challenger’s Hope, Prisoner’s Hope, Fisherman’s Hope, Voices of Hope, Patriarch’s Hope, and Children of Hope. Feintuch came to writing late, previously having worked as a lawyer and antiques dealer. In 1996, at the age of fifty, he won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer from the World Science Fiction Society. He later expanded into the fantasy genre with his Rodrigo of Caledon series, including The Still and The King.
David Feintuch - Seafort1-Midshipman’s Hope. v. Original PDF 12-Mar-2002. Converted from PDF to HTML 12-Mar-2002. We froze in stunned tableau: I, the senior midshipman, red with rage; a portly passenger, Mrs. Donhauser, jaw agape at the blob of shaving cream on her tunic; my two middies stiffened against the bulkhead, eyes locked front, towels and canisters still clutched in their hands; Lieutenants Cousins and Dagalow, dumbfounded that middies could be caught cavorting in the corridors of a.
New deals hatch every day! Midshipman’s Hope. The Seafort Saga, Book One. David Feintuch. A delightful book, intelligent and carefully written. Praise for the novels of david feintuch. Discerning SF readers will devour it and wait impatiently for its other volumes to appear. Feintuch’s book, depicting a stellar navy of exacting brutality and devotion to duty, possesses much the same flavor as C. S. Forester’s Hornblower novels. Hornblower fans will probably toast Feintuch in their wardrooms. The Washington Post Book World on Midshipman’s Hope.
David Feintuch’s acclaimed Seafort Saga begins as Nicholas Seafort sets off on an interstellar naval adventure he. .Destination: the thriving colony of Hope Nation
David Feintuch’s acclaimed Seafort Saga begins as Nicholas Seafort sets off on an interstellar naval adventure he will never forget In the year 2194, seventeen-year-old Nicholas Seafort is assigned to the Hibernia as a lowly midshipman. Destination: the thriving colony of Hope Nation. But when a rescue attempt goes devastatingly wrong, Seafort is thrust into a leadership role he never anticipated. The other officers resent him, but Seafort must handle more dangerous problems, from a corrupted navigation computer to a deadly epidemic. Even Hope Nation has a nasty surprise in store.
is a delightful book, intelligent and carefully written. The Washington Post Book World. I've read this book before and periodically feel the need to revisit Feintuch's world as it exists in the "Hope" series. This is not a lighthearted nor simple story. An excellent job of transferring Hornblower to interstellar space. if you're looking for simple and happy then look elsewhere.
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Читать бесплатно Midshipman's Hope Дэвид Файнток. David Feintuch – Seafort1-Midshipman’s Hope. Line secured, sir, the seaman said, and by the book I repeated it to Mr. Malstrom as if he hadn’t heard. The lieutenant waved me permission to proceed. Close inner lock, Mr. Howard.
David Feintuch (July 21, 1944 – March 16, 2006) was a science fiction and fantasy author and attorney. The Seafort Saga is a military space opera series revolving around the character Nicholas Seafort, an officer in the UNNS
David Feintuch (July 21, 1944 – March 16, 2006) was a science fiction and fantasy author and attorney. The Seafort Saga is a military space opera series revolving around the character Nicholas Seafort, an officer in the UNNS. The books are set in a future human society that is largely dominated by unified Christianity. The main protagonist is a naval officer who strives always to do his duty, both to the navy and to his God, at great personal cost