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e-Book Kutath (The Faded Sun, Book 3) download

e-Book Kutath (The Faded Sun, Book 3) download

by C. J. Cherryh

ISBN: 0886771331
ISBN13: 978-0886771331
Language: English
Publisher: DAW; Reissue edition (February 1, 1980)
Category: Fantasy
Subategory: Science Fiction

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So after probably far too long I finally shut the door on the Faded Sun Trilogy, with really nothing but the highest praises for the work. With Kutath, the series really brings itself to its only conclusion, and with a style and grace that I have rarely seen.

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The Faded Sun trilogy is a series of science fiction novels set in the Alliance-Union universe of American writer C. Cherryh

The Faded Sun trilogy is a series of science fiction novels set in the Alliance-Union universe of American writer C. The series comprises the three novels The Faded Sun: Kesrith (1978), The Faded Sun: Shon'jir (1978), and The Faded Sun: Kutath (1979), published by DAW Books.

Book 1, Kesrith - Book 2, Shon'jir - Book 3, Kutath. The mri race, indestructible until having finally met their match in a war against a new and powerful enemy, are in danger of extinction, leaving three individuals-a warrior, priestess, and human being-to recapture their domination. For the first time in one volume-the complete trilogy comprised of the novels "Kesrith, Shon'jir, " and "Kutath. A race of golden-skinned, golden eyed creatures is nearly annihilated in a war with "human" fighters

Cherryh won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in 1977. She was also awarded the Hugo Award for her short story Cassandra in 1979, and the novels Downbelow Station in 1982 and Cyteen in 1989.

For the first time in one volume-the complete trilogy comprised of the novels "Kesrith, Shon'jir, " and "Kutath. A race of golden-skinned, golden eyed creatures is nearly annihilated in a war with "human" fighters. It's up to three individuals to save the race from extinction. Cherryh won the John W.

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Insanity
Purchased for someone else. They loved it.

Clever
Great trilogy--- came out years ago, but it's a classic!

Kann
C.J. Cherry is an awesome science fiction author-my absolute favorite- and I was delighted to find this out of print book.

Opilar
Warning: Kutath is the 3rd in the "trilogy" that is the Faded Sun. First came Kesrith, then Shon'jir. Finally Kutath. Each book directly follows the other in time, events, and people. So do NOT read Kutath without reading the other two first!

But just as a stand alone work, Kutath suffers, as did the other two from being reduced from a long novel into an artificial "trilogy". Kesrith sets up the universe, characters, and basic "heroic" quest (for lack of a better phrase). Here the Human special forces soldier, Sten Duncan, saves two Mri, the last of their race, on the planet Kesrith, from the Regul, who decide genocide is necessary now that there 40-yr war with the Alliance is over and they no longer need their 2,000 year old relationship with their mercenaries. Kesrith ends on a cliffhanger, which is where Shon'jir immediately starts. Here Sten gets the two Mri off Kesrith on their long journey back to their homeworld. This journey of over 120 interstellar jumps takes over 3 years. During this time Sten agrees to become Mri and learns their ways. The book ends on the homeworld, on a cliffhanger. Which is where Kutath then takes up.

If you liked or loved Kesrith and Shon'jir, you'll equally like Kutath. Some may prefer it a bit since it does have both a bit more "action" and the great suspense of knowing how it all ends. But if you didn't, then avoid this. View this work as one long novel and you'll be doing yourself a favor.

As for Kutath itself, since it continues with the same races and events and characters, it is a most familiar, realized universe. The reader has settled in, comfortable with what has happened and is excited about what will happen. In this case: What will happen to the Mri race and their homeworld? Will the genocidal Regul, now allied to the Human Alliance, wipe them out forever? So we watch Sten Duncan, the now Mri, interact with the Mri and see how he obeys or not their will. We watch the Mri interact with the Alliance, to see if they can come to some accommodation. We see the Regul acting in their own self interest, one that doesn't tend to include the Human Alliance and certainly excludes the Mri. Of course, the bear-like dus remain with us.

And we meet a new race on Kutath, the Elee. Who co-existed with the Mri on Kutath before the Mri left on their slow 80,000-100,000 year existence off Kutath. We meet them deep in the book, but they bring an important perspective to the history of the Mri.

Thankfully, we do get an understanding as to why there are over 120 dead worlds where the Mri had lived!

And the book ends in a way that leaves open the future in all of its most important ways. Esp. as regards the long-term future of Human-Mri interactions. Which is as it should be. Will the Mri learn and adapt? Will Man learn and adapt? Can there be true long-term peaceful co-existence between a race that exists to serve another race, though performing such service in a warlike or exploratory manner?

So if you love a good suspense-filled work that is long on creating a fully realized universe of humans and non-humans, one which we the reader actually experience more from the perspective of the non-human races, you'll love both Kutath and the Faded Sun Trilogy!

Dianaghma
The second book in Cherryh’s The Faded Sun trilogy (1978-1979), SHON’JIR takes us away from Kesrith on a voyage across space to the mri’s ancestral home world. Sten Duncan is still the narrator, and this book in particular contains a torturous journey for him. Provided with a ship and a mri artifact containing navigational records, Sten is let loose with the two surviving mri and their ubiquitous dusei to do as he sees fit (apparently). Most of the book is focused on Duncan’s struggles in accommodating the mri (and the dusei), where despite his selflessness and sacrifice for the sake of the mri, he is ruthlessly maltreated and only allowed to remain alive by becoming completely subservient to them and by adopting their way of life. A bitter history of the mri is uncovered during this journey across the galaxy and hard truths will have to be faced in the final book of the trilogy, Kutath. The Faded Sun trilogy largely focuses on the relations between physically and socially very different intelligent species where fear and misunderstanding can have disastrous outcomes. It is an interesting ride with some of the heavy social commentary that Cherryh is famous for. I look forward to seeing where the final book of the trilogy takes us. The entirety is collected together as a single volume in The Faded Sun Trilogy.

Liarienen
This book follows our Mri captives out of captivity on a ship with the only human they trust in any fashion. The human turns over the ship to the Mri (because Mri die as captives as a matter of choice) and then works on becoming Mri.

We pass over 120 dead worlds on our journey to the original Mri homeworld which is something of a concern to the Humans and Regul that are following the same star charts to see where the Mri are going.

The most intriguing part of this is watching Mri beind just a bit to accommodate a human and a human bend to breaking to become Mri. The struggel is full of food for thought.

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