Agent Vega Inhaltsverzeichnis
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In the second story, Pagadan also plays a role. This character is also present in the first story. And again, mental communication is an important element.
The other two stories are different from the first two, with for example The Second Night of Summer being about preventing alien invasion, by undercover Agents.
I do know that external circumstances prevented me from really getting into the stories. However, I do think it's either the French translation or maybe Schmitz's writing style itself that were a bigger burden for me.
I experienced some nice reading moments, but overall I can't really recommend these stories, at least in their French version.
For a review of the original versions of the Vega-stories, I'll gladly direct you to the reviews of Robert Wilfred Franson on Troynovant.
Do shorten the link to its main url like so to see the entire website, as it's designed in frames. On a side-note: Due to a printing error, all copies of this French version have a blank page Simak Original: I'm crying all inside is about poor and rich people.
The rich take off into space, to seek new places to live; the poor decide to take control of the rich people's premises, but don't really know what to do next with their lives, since they were in service of said rich people.
A strange, but nice story. Brown III Original: When the stars answer can be summarised as so: Should we really send out a message into space to seek alien contact?
What if one of them does visit Earth? What if they are more advanced than us, human beings? All in all, a nice acquaintance with other unknown authors.
These three stories are short enough reads for a quick reading in-between. Schmitz will not feature any more on my reading list.
It's nice to once in a while encounter new authors, new stories no matter how old they are , but when there's a lack of reading pleasure and insight into the events A change in style, setting, themes, even if it wasn't the smoothest French read so far.
I'll put the book back next week - it wasn't mine in the first place -, so someone else can make a trip into the future via the past.
Nov 01, James rated it liked it Recommends it for: readers of classic SF. Shelves: sf , fiction. A set of four related short stories from the late 40's, early 50's.
They also might be the first hard SF stories with female protagonists. I haven't found references to any earlier ones and I can't recall reading any!
There's even one story that passes the Bechtel test and another that's rescue the prince dude. Nowadays each of these would be their own book, and indeed later when Schmitz expanded on the theme of female secret agents with PSI powers, the stories were much longer.
Has strong female A set of four related short stories from the late 40's, early 50's. Has strong female characters, damsels and guys!!!
Still a good read, it's aged well. Enjoyable enough, but didn't really grip me. Well written and plotted, but somehow just didn't grab me.
Partly I felt I was only beginning to get to know the characters by the end of their stories and most of them I didn't particularly like.
On the other hand, has actual female characters who are competent and have agency, motivation and careers - and not all of them have motivations that revolve around family.
Reading the beginning of this collection was a slog for me. Probably because I had just finished Wyndham's The Day of the Triffids , told in the first person and with great insight into the protagonist's thoughts.
The first story here seemed disjointed in comparison, especially with some of the character confusion that comes from mind-control within the story and Schmitz's writing style that often has him jumping around without transitions.
Schmitz's stories describe the Agents of the Vegan Confed Reading the beginning of this collection was a slog for me. Schmitz's stories describe the Agents of the Vegan Confederacy.
They are all telepathic experts and many of the battles, defenses and technology are based on these powers. In fact the ships themselves are telepathically linked to their agents in ways which I believe are much more awesome than we could imagine.
Each story builds on the next with characters introduced in one taking the lead in another. As Schmitz tells the stories of his agents he constantly pans out building a huge future universe where many of the inhabitants are humans who have evolved over time to suit their planet's needs.
Some of the battles contain large casualties which seem small in perspective while many of the agents are just pin-pointing one enemy.
What's truly remarkable is that these were written in Not only for the ideas espoused but also because three of his four main characters happen to be women and none are to be trifled with.
I'd like to give this collection 3. Sep 12, Walter Underwood rated it really liked it. What an interesting little book.
The stories seem like straight up adventure, but they have odd misdirections, often where some personal goal is the real story instead of the obvious political spy adventure.
These stories were first published in , so I expect that readers would have immediately recognized the planet-wide dictator as Hitler.
He uses mind control and is slowly going insane. He's started mass murders, but they populace doesn't know it yet. That makes me think that these and What an interesting little book.
That makes me think that these and maybe other spy stories are a reaction to the experience of WWII -- is there some way to defeat a powerful dictator without millions of casualties?
But you don't have to think that hard. You can just enjoy these. Jan 12, David Tate rated it really liked it.
This was the first James Schmitz work I ever read, and it's still one of my favorites. Telzey Amberdon and The Witches of Karres may be more famous, but these stories are the essence of Schmitz -- quirky, sly, uncompromisingly elitist but also essentially humanist.
Plucky individualists, working and sacrificing together for the greater good of mankind. Jun 03, J. Still on a science-fiction jag, reading from my collection.
This series of four closely-connected spy-stories, featuring as many agents of the Vegan Confederacy, is an exciting read. Mar 02, Connie Hirsch rated it it was ok.
Strong characters, who happen to be women. Stories with common background, and with nice short twists. Feb 05, John Walsh rated it really liked it.
Plain fun space adventure fiction with more going on than most. Would recommend it for fans of Heinlein juveniles who crave more and neither author was writing kid's stuff.
Joseph rated it liked it Mar 14, Pete rated it liked it Nov 07, Shawn rated it liked it Mar 03, June Harrington rated it really liked it Nov 13, I feel bad.
I had the best time. But at the same time, it worked out really well in terms of being available for pilot season. Some will deal with it well, some will deal with it not well.
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