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[[ Read ]] ➱ Tumbler Author Brand Gamblin – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

Tumbler Libby Carter Wanted To Get Away From It All, So She Took A Job Mining Asteroids As Far Out Into The Inky Blackness As Possible However, Her Escape Turned Into A Trap, Leaving Her Stuck In Indentured Servitude, Living On A Tiny Rock In Space As She Tries To Dig Herself Out, She Gains Friends And Finds Adventure Cave In Rescues, Planetary Collisions, And Other Mishaps Keep Her New Family Fighting To Stay Alive.

[[ Read ]] ➱ Tumbler  Author Brand Gamblin – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us
  • Paperback
  • 170 pages
  • Tumbler
  • Brand Gamblin
  • English
  • 11 April 2018
  • 1449968686

    10 thoughts on “[[ Read ]] ➱ Tumbler Author Brand Gamblin – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us


  1. says:

    This book was a real treat At less than 200 pages, I breezed through it in a few hours, my attention completely focused on it the whole time I was reading The pace is perfect as soon as Libby thinks she might have a handle on her life, something crashes and she is forced to reevaluate and find a solution I had to keep turning pages to find out what would happen next, and I really came to care about the characters by the end The only thing that was a little confusing was the time jumps betwee This book was a real treat At less than 200 pages, I breezed through it in a...


  2. says:

    Tumbler by Brand Gamblin is a very good read It is well paced and like most good science fiction isabout people handling a situation than the technology and gadgetry I plan to get a hard copy for my wife and daughter Hei...


  3. says:

    Full review can be found on my blog Gamblin s Tumbler is an enjoyable light Sci Fi adventure that is fundamentally about a young character facing struggles as she attempts to find her place in the Universe.The first thing that came to mind as I read this book was the Sci Fi TV series called Firefly Not because of the space ships or anything like that, but because this book really grabbed that western in space and life on the frontier vibe that Full review can be found on my blog Gamblin s Tumbler is an enjoyable light Sci Fi adventure that is fundamentally about a young character facing struggles as she attempts to find her place in the Universe.The first thing that came to mind as I read this book was the Sci Fi TV series called Firefly Not because of the space ships or anything like that, but because this book really grabbed that western in space and life on the frontier vibe that also was present in Firefly Overall, I think it gave the story a different feel from some of the standard war, aliens weapons type Sci Fi that exists in bulk In regards to the science in the novel, it did come across as being believable, with some good development of the mining systems, habitats and transportation The author actually uses the fact the Libby is an outsider to enable the reader to learn and understand some of the aspects of the environment and technology whilst s...


  4. says:

    Like Heinlein s juveniles before it, and also like pal Nathan Lowell s excellent Solar Clipper series, Brand Gamblin s TUMBLER is not so much an action tale as a story of a young person learning her place in the world or in this case, in the Solar System Libby Carter comes out to the Asteroid Belt to make her fortune as a miner, but is quickly disillusioned as to how easy it is not to go about doing so Quickly exiled to a tiny shack on a tiny asteroid that spins so rapidly that her home l Like Heinlein s juveniles before it, and also like pal Nathan Lowell s excellent Solar Clipper series, Brand Gamb...


  5. says:

    I purchased the Nook version of this novel.There was a time when most science fiction on television was referred to as westerns in space Brand Gamblin s Tumbler falls in a similar vein, but does a better job of including a modern understanding of life in outer space.Tumbler tells the story of Elizabeth Libby Carter, a woman tricked into taking a job a...


  6. says:

    What a fun book I seriously don t remember the last time I read a straight sci fi book you know, one without sexy shenanigans in the cockpit of a spaceship and this one was pretty darn fabulous Brand Gamblin built an interesting, compelling world full of characters that you d expect to meet while walking down the street.I really can t think of any part of the book that lagged or lost my interest I was glued t...


  7. says:

    Tumbler is a scifi novel that is very Heinlein esque Small time main character works through struggles and makes good encapsulates the plot But the story itself, while excellent, is not as exciting as watching the characters Libby, the heroine, is a young girl who has no idea how the world works She loses her mother and then jumps head long into a deep space mining conglomerate hoping to somehow ma...


  8. says:

    I liked this hard scifi about asteroid miners because it felt so authentic to me I read a lot of SF, so I ve got enough book learning to appreciate how a person gets around in zero gravity, and the effects of even small amounts of gravity The mining methods and equipment certainly rang true.I d say this is actually two books, but that s not a complaint The...


  9. says:

    40 Acres and a Mulethe Guide for Blue Collar Working PeopleThis book has been on my radar for a while now However, I have no interest in reading young adult books, so I was so surprised when I threw caution to the wind and decided to give this book a chance Actually, I think the description for this book is incorrect It definitely can be for adults and also young adults.I would categorize this as a light SF read The story take...


  10. says:

    Tumbler is the kind of sci fi novel that makes you wonder what living and working in outer space would really be like The chances of mankind having any grand space battles anytime soon aren t likely, but the sort of future author Brand Gamblin paints in Tumbler is within our grasp if we but choose to reach for it.Not that life for main character Libby Carter is all that ro...

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