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Planet of Adventure

City of the Chasch, Servants of the Wankh, The Dirdir, The Pnume: The Tschai, Planet of Adventure
Autor: Jack Vance
Sprecher: Elijah Alexander
Serie: Planet of Adventure, Titel 1-4
Spieldauer: 23 Std. und 3 Min.
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Stranded on the distant planet Tschai, young Adam Reith is the sole survivor of a space mission who discovers the world is inhabited - not only by warring alien cultures but by human slaves as well, taken early in Earth's history. Reith must find a way off the planet to warn Earth of Tschai's deadly existence.

Against a backdrop of baroque cities and haunted wastelands, sumptuous palaces and riotous inns, Reith will encounter deadly wastrels and murderous aliens, dastardly villains and conniving scoundrels - and always the random beauty in need of rescue.

©1968, 1969, 1970 City of the Chasch © 1968 by Jack Vance. Servants of the Wankh © 1969 by Jack Vance. The Dirdir © 1969 by Jack Vance. The Pnume © 1970 by Jack Vance (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Wellread, wellwritten.

I had two problems with this:
I couldn't follow the descriptions of races too well, so it was a bit hard to imagine the aliens. English is not my first language, though.

Also, there are too many character voices for one reader. I would have liked it more if they had a female and a male voice actor for every book. that would improve the quality a lot.

Rather minor problems, I guess.

I didn't think this was from 1969 - but that explains the slight cheesy romantics. :)

Also, I liked that the writer(?) used a "that night, they became lovers." instead of another detailed sex scene. I grew weary of these, especially in movies and TV-Shows.