Whirlpool Of Stars



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10 thoughts on “Whirlpool Of Stars

  1. says:

    I found the technology and world building to be an imaginative view of future worlds as seen from the point of view of Earth, 1974 However, the main character Ryder Hook really had very little about him that made him likeable, and in many instances, his attitudes put me as the reader off entirely It also seemed to me as if the author was trying hard not to make him TOO much of a heel, such as when he would smack the female lead on the rear when he was upset with her, instead of smacking he I found the technology and world building to be an imaginative view of future worlds as seen from the point of view of Earth, 1974 However, the main character Ryder Hook really had very little about him that made him likeable, and in many instances, his attitudes put me as the reader off entirely It also seemed to me as if the author was trying hard not to make him TOO much of a heel, such as when he would smack the female lead on the rear when he was upset with her, instead of smacking her around The plot, too, was a bit hokey in many places, and seemed to diverge into odd, but quickly unexplored tangents quite often never really understood the point of Hook being subjected to the discipline cell, for example All of this leads Hook from trouble to trouble, but then all comes together at the very end with Hook achieving his goals and making the bad guys pay The trouble was, with Hook being so unlikeable, and the villains being not that much different, I really didn t much care who won or lost by the end.As mentioned, I enjoyed the imaginative technology and world building that the author provided, but the characters and plot fell flat Being as this was 1970s era pulp sci fi, maybe that s good enough

  2. says:

    I ve got two of the Hook series of Space Operas by Tully Zetford, but only because they were written by Kenneth Bulmer in reality I have to confess, though, that I didn t really care much for the characters or the stories in these The writing is fine but the story isn t quite what I generally read.

  3. says:

    This is the first book in the Hook quartet, and it s pretty much hackwork But then Tully Zetford was really Kenneth Bulmer, who was a complete hack as Alan Burt Akers, he wrote over fifty books in the Dray Prescott series between 1972 and 1997 Whirlpool of Stars opens with a starship breaking down something in the engineroom blows up as a result of shoddy maintenance The passengers and crew are forced to flee in lifeboats, though this is no orderly evacuation Hook is aboard, and he manag This is the first book in the Hook quartet, and it s pretty much hackwork But then Tully Zetford was really Kenneth Bulmer, who was a complete hack as Alan Burt Akers, he wrote over fifty books in the Dray Prescott series between 1972 and 1997 Whirlpool of Stars opens with a starship breaking down something in the engineroom blows up as a result of shoddy maintenance The passengers and crew are forced to flee in lifeboats, though this is no orderly evacuation Hook is aboard, and he manages to get a seat aboard one of the lifeboats The nearest planet, however, is run by a rival corporation to that which had operated the starship, and everyone who lands would be subject high fees which they can pay off by indentured labour Hook evades the authorities and, with a woman in tow, runs about the planet, trying to avoid slavery and also the Boosted Men, who are after him You can tell this is complete hackwork because it panders to the worst prejudices of the sf audience Hook is an alpha male protagonist, but one with a weakness he is a Boosted Man himself, but an early iteration and his powers only operate when he is close proximity to a real Boosted Man The women in the story exist only as set dressing, trophies, or damsels in distress The villains are aliens The background is a typical right wing corporatist future, with slavery, success oriented purely on wealth and the power it brings, a blithe disregard for the value of human life, ineffective government and murderous and overly powerful police forces Whirlpool of Stars is tosh, distasteful badly written tosh, and while Bulmer was clearly doing it for the money, you have to wonder what excuse present day writers of similar science fictions have Oh, and I have another three of these books to read Sigh

  4. says:

    A 1970s era pulpy sci fi space opera that features a stereotypical manly man of an adventurer as he bungles his way through one scrape after another Chauvinistic and flimsy but nevertheless fast, fun, and actually a bit intriguing Enough imaginative future tech and far space scenarios to keep you reading A guilty pleasure, perfect for a day at the beach Not badly written, really 2 1 2 stars, 3 on a good day.

  5. says:

    1980 grade CSeries book HK1

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