Worldship Praxis

Worldship Praxis The Great World Ship Praxis slips through the darkness between the stars carrying its cargo of humans and Earth life forms on its multi century journey in a great circuit of the neighboring stars

  • Title: Worldship Praxis
  • Author: J.D. Lovil
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Great World Ship Praxis slips through the darkness between the stars, carrying its cargo of humans and Earth life forms on its multi century journey in a great circuit of the neighboring stars.

    386 Comment

    • M.D. says:

      More of an exercise in worldbuilding than an inclusive adventure. Very light on conflict, suspense, character development and introspection but heavy in discussions on the speculative technologies used to fly a thousand-mile-long spacecraft to the stars.Writing style is average at best, with multiple capitalization/spelling errors throughout, along with several instances of words repeated in a sentence (personal peeve). Internal thoughts of the MC are rarely presented, with overly wordy dialog t [...]

    • Michael Mardel says:

      Worldship Praxis by Lovil. I received a free copy of this book and volunteered to read it. I too had to skip over the science and concentrate on the story. It's only a short read, 87 pages, but it is packed with adventure but little conflict. My other downside is the repetition of words within sentences.

    • Jim says:

      I wasn’t too sure about this book. The cover is starkly plain and doesn’t give any indication of the book’s content. Sometimes that makes me skip books that I don’t think will be interesting. I know, I know, I’m not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but I do and so do many of you!So, should I have passed up this book? Definitely not! This was a very, very good book. The writing is smooth and easy to read. I’m no speed reader by any means, but I got through this book rather quick [...]

    • Elena Alvarez Dosil says:

      I was offered this book in audio format in exchange for an honest review.In the 23rd century three enormous spaceships travel transporting thousands of people looking for worlds to colonize. Jack is the captain of one of this ships, the Worldship Praxis.The books tells the daily about life of the Worldship Praxis crew, how they take care of new findings and how they manage any important detail on board. J.D. Lovil uses a rich language and many sci-fi and Physics technicisms, creating the perfect [...]

    • Megan (ReadingRover) says:

      This book is about Jack Shadow and his crew aboard the Worldship Praxis. They along with thousand of other humans are looking for a new home to colonize. I liked hearing about the world Jack and the others had built within the ship. The parts about the gray squirrels in the park organizing into their own colony was my favorite. Actually most of the parts I enjoyed involved Fido Jack's miniature dire wolf or the squirrels. I didn't mind the characters but they were one dimensional. I didn't know [...]

    • Elektra says:

      I usually love a good time sci-fi novel and this one is right up there with some of the best. The author created a very well-developed and intricate version of Earth’s future and gives it perspective through survival mankind. Besides the plot, I also love Jack. I read that some people didn’t and I don’t get how. At first I thought I was really going to hate him because of his decision making but when I think about it, I would’ve done the same thing. Without question the more I read such [...]

    • Barbara D. says:

      Worldship Praxis is an amazing science fiction story set in the year 2253 A.D. Mankind has destroyed the world but created some super spaceships.Jack Sadow, one of the main characters, is in charge of Praxis, an exploratory spaceship seeking to find habitable planets and save the human race. This book is an effortless read and I particularly liked how the author successfully manage the techno sci-fi elements of the story with the positive and authenticity of the main characters. I recommend this [...]

    • Sheryl Painter says:

      For the first chapter I tried to understand all the science. I love science. I decided quickly I was enjoying the story so much, but was bogging myself down trying to understand the science. SoI decided I wanted to see where the author was taking me in his story and let the science just flow. And thoroughly enjoyed the story! I appreciated the out of the box storyline, humor and light heartedness spread throughout, and I could easily just sit back and enjoy the travel through the future. The cha [...]

    • Hibah Shabkhez says:

      Quite the absorbing read, once it gets going. I learnt a great deal about science-fiction (and science!) from this book, and I look forward to reading what Jack and his friends will encounter next.

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