Sundiver

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Random House Publishing Group, Jan 1, 1985 - 340 pages
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Awesome concepts and more than competent prose. - Goodreads
And the cover art is terrible. - Goodreads
Interesting aliens and an entertaining mystery plot. - Goodreads
Interesting premise around sentience (aka "uplift"). - Goodreads
The ending plays out in an almost anticlimactic way. - Goodreads
It had a few well timed plot twists. - Goodreads

Review: Sundiver (The Uplift Saga #1)

User Review  - Klaim - Goodreads

Interesting concept. Read full review

Review: Sundiver (The Uplift Saga #1)

User Review  - Conal - Goodreads

2014 re-read. The first book of the uplift trilogy and somewhat different in style from the novels that followed. This is mostly a murder mystery in space and was enjoyable for what it was. You should read this one to see how much the story progressed as it went along... Read full review

About the author (1985)

David Brin is a scientist, writer, and public speaker. He was born in Pasadena, California, on October 9, 1950. Brin attended the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and later earned a doctorate at the University of California. He accepted a position as an engineer at Hughes Aircraft Company. Brin is a former fellow at the California Space Institute and serves on several government and nongovernment advisory committees dealing with issues involved with technological growth. Brin has lectured all over the world on such topics as space flight, ecology, and the search for extraterrestrial life. Brin deals with global warming, the destruction of the ozone layer, and pollution of Earth. His 1987 novel, The Uplift War, received the Hugo Award and the Locus Award. His novels have been translated into 20 languages.

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