Rebel Planet

Rebel Planet

Rebel Planet Rebel Planet is a science fiction adventure set in the year In this fictional representation of the future human colonisation of the galaxy began in with the settlement of Tropos a few ligh

  • Title: Rebel Planet
  • Author: Robin A.H. Waterfield Alan Craddock Gary Mayes
  • ISBN: 9780140319521
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rebel Planet is a science fiction adventure set in the year 2453 In this fictional representation of the future, human colonisation of the galaxy began in 2070 with the settlement of Tropos a few light years from Earth Earth and her colonies were conquered by an alien race known as the Arcadians in a twelve year war around 2300 Humans have become slaves, and are kept alRebel Planet is a science fiction adventure set in the year 2453 In this fictional representation of the future, human colonisation of the galaxy began in 2070 with the settlement of Tropos a few light years from Earth Earth and her colonies were conquered by an alien race known as the Arcadians in a twelve year war around 2300 Humans have become slaves, and are kept alive only to serve their alien masters.However, a human organization known as SAROS Search And Research Of Space has discovered that the Arcadians rely on a powerful super computer to keep themselves networked together Without this computer, they are merely zombies, incapable of acting on their own SAROS has limited resources, but a secret plot is hatched to infiltrate Arcadion and destroy the queen computer The reader plays the role of the last hope of humanity, an undercover agent posing as a space merchant.

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    Another quest to free the human race12 July 2012 When I went to locate this book on I noticed that this was not the only book that Waterfield wrote. In fact, ignoring some of the other gamebooks, most of his writing involved examining classical philosophy and history. He edited a book on pre-Socratic philosophers (published by Oxford) and also wrote a book entitled Why Did Socrates Die?. Now, since I have not read any of his books beyond his Fighting Fantasy books I really do not know much abou [...]

    Robin Waterfield mainly writes books about Plato and Guenon,But here he wrote about a stellar empire - Arcadion.On grimy Tropos find a clue, another on decadent Radix,A third on freezing Halmuris, to close computer mind of the baddies.This is probably the best of the futuristic FF books(Though 'Rings of Kether' and 'Star Strider' are also worth a look).

    This is the very definition of a mixed bag.It has a lot going for it. The plot is good - this is a Fighting Fantasy with a decent story - and what's more, a storyline that develops. It's not just a bunch of random encounters. Not only is there a logical outline to the story as a whole, it has narrative drive. There are also logical outcomes - most of the time, you can think about which choice to make and you're rewarded appropriately depending on whether, for example, you were greedy or not.On t [...]

    This is far and away the best of the sci-fi Fighting Fantasy books so far, but that isn't saying much.It involves travelling between three planets to get three parts of a key code to open a computer complex, which are conveniently known by three sets of human resistance leaders fighting against the Arcadian aliens. Maybe it's just me, but the set-up seemed very contrived. That's always inevitable with gamebooks of this kind, something you have to allow for and suspend disbelief. But it just seem [...]

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