Voorloper

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  • Paperback
  • 267 pages
  • Voorloper
  • Andre Norton
  • English
  • 05 April 2018
  • 0441866107

About the Author: Andre Norton

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Voorloper An embittered wanderer, his son, and a young girl with healing gifts explore the wastelands of a new planet, risking their lives to learn its horrible secret. Best Download Voorloper [ Author ] Andre Norton [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Voorloper

  1. Erika Daniel says:

    This was a great breakthrough into the sci fi genre, and the the actual story would have been great if the writing wasn t so awful The action scenes go somewhat like this The beast crawled out of the water I shot it It had no brain I shot it again It died Also the cover doesn t really make any sense

  2. Wilson E. Stevens Sr. says:

    This was a good book The planet is troubled with a plague that is killing the people in the north part of the planet This results in a group of wandering gypsies called Voorloper s This is the story about a Voorloper that survived the plague, with another survivor that is a...

  3. Isabel (kittiwake) says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Voor s world The planet had once seemed so open and welcoming but perhaps my kind were never meant to I shook my head vigorously as if I could so flip away that insidious conclusion Each and every world which my species had colo...

  4. Valerie says:

    I m at something of a loss to understand the cover picture I ll reread carefully, but I don t recall any oceanic bodies of water at all From what I can tell, Voor is a planet consisting almost entirely of prairies Ok, found it Despite the oceanic scene on the cover, the creature in question is encountered in the aftermath of a flash flood It s a distinctly minor encounter, with essentially no impact on the plot Why on the cover Well, it s scary looking, and isn t that justification enough I m at something of a loss to understand the cover picture I ll reread carefully, but I don t recall any oceanic bodies of water at all From what I can tell, Voor is a planet consisting almost entirely of prairies Ok, found it Despite the oceanic scene on the cover, the creature in question is encountered in the aftermath of a flash flood It s a distinctly minor encounter, with essentially ...

  5. Anne Elizabeth says:

    I remember liking this book very much, but it s been a while since I ve read it The story is okay It s a fairly standard banish the ghosts and monsters tale The characters are likeable enough, but not outstandingly so What seems special about this book is the world Mom has the illustrated version, and the pretty pictures help It helps eventhat they re pretty pictures of a world which is not of the past all women wear pants but where hand made art is valued I know they have to I remember liking this book very much, but it s been a while since I ve read it The story is okay It s a fairly standard banish the ghosts and monsters tale The characters are likeable enough, but not outstandingly so What seems special about this book is the world Mom has the illustrated version, and the pretty pictures help It helps eventhat they re pretty pictures of a world which is not of the past all women wear pants but where hand made art is valued I know they have to make things by hand because it s a sparsely settled frontier planet Still, they don t have to embroider thoise clothes, yet the text and the pictures agree The text also mentions carving on buildings The pictures also...

  6. Moe Shinola says:

    This is the first Andre Norton book I ve read and I ll certainly be readingfrom this author Ths story pulls you in from the 1st sentence She has one of those styles that makes it easy toforget where you are and really enter the environment she s describing, and she has a gift for doing so with economy, kinda like a cross between Tolkien and Thomas Harris I must say that I liked the 2nd half of the book better than the first, and the payoff at the end was not satisfactory to me after suc This is the first Andre Norton book I ve read and I ll c...

  7. Randy says:

    Andre Norton wrotethan 300 novels, in 70 years of writing I don t think this was one of the best I first read this book in the early 1980s, and I thought I d give it another chance I m glad that I did, just as a personal memory check It was no better this time than it was back then.

  8. S.A. Parham says:

    REREAD I ll always love Norton s sci fi work, but reading them as an adult is quite a different experience from reading them as a teen It s still a good story and I like the characters, but her pace is slow and will lose readers used to modern science fiction.

  9. Amanda says:

    Not one of Ms Norton s best I mean, I would rather be forced to read this EVERY DAY rather than reading anything Robert James Waller, or whatever his name is, wrote, but she sort of phoned this one in.

  10. Bill says:

    It was entertaining enough, but there wasn t much meat on them bones.