|1||Chapter 01 - The Ship From Terra||26:47|
|2||Chapter 02 - Reporter Working||23:47|
|3||Chapter 03 - Bottom Level||19:54|
|4||Chapter 04 - Main City Level||20:04|
|5||Chapter 05 - Meeting Out Of Order||21:24|
|6||Chapter 06 - Elementary My Dear Kivelson||16:45|
|7||Chapter 07 - Aboard The Javelin||16:21|
|8||Chapter 08 - Practice, 50mm Gun||17:22|
|9||Chapter 09 - Monster Killing||13:17|
|10||Chapter 10 - Mayday, Mayday||17:24|
|11||Chapter 11 - Darkness And Cold||15:32|
|12||Chapter 12 - Castaways Working||12:08|
|13||Chapter 13 - The Beacon Light||11:07|
|14||Chapter 14 - The Rescue||12:29|
|15||Chapter 15 - Vigilantes||23:21|
|16||Chapter 16 - Civil War Postponed||15:17|
|17||Chapter 17 - Tallow-Wax Fire||18:59|
|18||Chapter 18 - The Treason Of Bish Ware||18:34|
|19||Chapter 19 - Masks Off||32:21|
|20||Chapter 20 - Finale||27:13|
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Imagine living on a planet with only four "days" each year. Imagine living on a planet with only four "days" each year. That's the unusual environment of the world known as Fenris, where human inhabitants have to deal with problems like blistering sunlight, freezing nights, and a bevy of horrifying native monsters and other creatures. The story, told through the eyes of a teenager who's a self-styled investigative reporter, delves into the market pressures causing sharp social divisions on the planet. This prescient tale will please fans of politically oriented science fiction.
Beam Piper - Four-Day Planet. H. Beam Piper - Four-Day Planet.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label LibriVox (catalog number 1012). This album was released in 2010-12-17 year. US. Format of the release is.
LibriVox recording of Four-Day Planet, by H. Beam Piper. Fenris isn't a hell planet, but it's nobody's bargain. With 2,000-hour days and an 8,000-hour year, it alternates blazing heat with killing cold. A planet like that tends to breed a special kind of person: tough enough to stay alive and smart enough to make the best of it. When that kind of person discovers he's being cheated of wealth he's risked his life for, that kind of planet is ripe for revolution. Introduction from the Gutenberg text).
Piper was largely self-educated; he obtained his knowledge of science and history "without subjecting myself to the ridiculous misery of four years in the uncomfortable confines of a raccoon coat. He went to work at age 18 as a laborer at the Pennsylvania Railroad's Altoona yards in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Four-Day Planet (1961). The Cosmic Computer (1963, originally Junkyard Planet). Based on the short story "Graveyard of Dreams", published in Galaxy Magazine February 1958. Released at: This album was released on the label LibriVox (catalog number none). This album was released in 2010-12-20 year.
Description: Dangerous beasts, impossible weather, and political intrigue on the planet Fenris, a backwater planet with days that last a quarter of a year. All kind of unusual astronomical environments, correct technology and a good adventure/detective story makes good reading. Download mirrors: Mirror 1 Mirror 2. Similar books. Ye of Little Faith by Roger Phillips Graham - Project Gutenberg The disappearance of John Henderson was most spectacular.
The planet Fenris rotates four times per the Terran standard and each of the four days has one thousand hours of sunlight. The chief export is a tallow wax extracted from sea monsters that roam the waters. This is not just any wax.