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Larry Niven

Laurence van Cott Niven is an American science fiction writer. His best-known works are Ringworld (1970), which received Hugo, Locus, Ditmar, and Nebula awards, and, with Jerry Pournelle, The Mote in God's Eye (1974) and Lucifer's Hammer (1977). The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America named him the 2015 recipient of the Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award. His work is primarily hard science fiction, using big science concepts and theoretical physics. It also often includes elements of detective fiction and adventure stories. His fantasy includes the series The Magic Goes Away, a rational fantasy dealing with magic as a non-renewable resource.

ALL BOOKS BY THIS AUTHOR
Red Tide

Red Tide

Loosely based on Larry Niven's 1973 novella "Flash Crowd," Red Tide continues to examine the social consequences of the impact of having instantaneous teleportation, where humans can instantly travel long distances in milliseconds.

This is a theme that has fascinated the author throughout his caree...

Limits

Limits

Here is an extraordinary mix of fantasy and science fiction from one of the masters of science fiction, Larry Niven. The Niven stories in this collection include some collaborations with authors such as Jerry Pournelle (“Spirals”) and Steven Barnes (“The Locusts”). Larry Niven’s credits include the ...

Oath of Fealty

Oath of Fealty

In a dystopian future, where pollution and violence overrun Los Angeles streets, a Utopia flourishes. Todos Santos is thousand-foot-high arcology; a single-structured city that rises above the festering skyscrapers to offer its privileged residents the perfect blend of technology and security in exc...

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