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Larry Niven Books in Order (82 Book Series)

A Hole in SpaceA Gift from EarthA World Out of Time

Larry Niven is a series of 82 books written by 5 authors. Here, you can see them all in order! (plus the year each book was published)

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    Total: 82 books
    1. 24

      Oath of Fealty

      Jerry Pournelle

    2. 30


      Jerry Pournelle

    3. 31


      Larry Niven

    4. 38


      Larry Niven

    5. 40

      Fallen Angels

      Jerry Pournelle

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    • I'm interested in Larry Niven books. Can you tell me about the order I should read them in?

      Absolutely! Larry Niven is a prolific author known for his science fiction novels. In order to fully appreciate his works, you may want to start with the "Man-Kzin War" series. It's one of Larry Niven's most famous works. The publication order can be found on Niven wiki and gives a good route to follow.

    • I've heard about the Worlds series by this author. What's the order of these novels?

      The Worlds series by Larry Niven author is well-loved in the science fiction community. The series in order is: "World of Ptavvs", "A Gift From Earth", and "The Long Arm of Gil Hamilton". Just as a verified review would tell you, each book provides a unique and thrilling tale.

    • Is there a space series by Larry Niven? What's the order of these books?

      Yes! Larry Niven's "Known Space" series is renowned in the science fiction genre. The space series follows an order starting with "Ringworld", then "The Ringworld Engineers", "The Ringworld Throne", and finally "Ringworld's Children". For a more detailed description, you can visit the Niven wiki.

    • How does Larry Niven's work compare to that of Isaac Asimov's?

      Both Larry Niven and Isaac Asimov are giants in the world of science fiction. Niven's work, like the Man-Kzin War series, is known for its hard science and focus on alien cultures while Isaac Asimov's work spans a wide range of topics, often examining social and scientific trends. Both authors have won prestigious awards, including the Hugo and Nebula.

    • I'm interested in short stories. Does Larry Niven have any notable short stories?

      Yes, Larry Niven has written several acclaimed short stories. "Neutron Star", for instance, is a short story that won the Hugo Award. Additionally, Niven's short story "Inconstant Moon" was also recognized with a Hugo Award. Like Isaac Asimov, Niven's short stories are often considered as significant as his novels.

    • Does Larry Niven have any books that he co-authored with other science fiction writers?

      Yes, Larry Niven has collaborated with other authors on several books. Notably, Niven and Jerry Pournelle, another science fiction author, have written a number of novels together. One such work is "The Mote in God's Eye", which was well-received in the science fiction community.

    • What order do I need to follow if I want to buy Larry Niven books for my Kindle?

      The buy order would depend on your reading preferences. If you're interested in series, you can start with the "Ringworld" or "Known Space" series. If you prefer stand-alone novels, "Inferno" or "Protector" could be a good starting point. For Isaac Asimov fans, you might enjoy Niven's short stories which can also be found on Kindle.

    • How do I know if a book by Larry Niven is appropriate for my reading level?

      Most of Larry Niven's books are written for adults. They often contain complex scientific concepts and mature themes. However, like Isaac Asimov, Niven's writing is accessible and can be enjoyed by mature young adults as well. As always, it's recommended to read a description or verified review before purchasing.

    • Can you compare Larry Niven's writing style to other authors in the science fiction genre?

      Larry Niven's writing style is often compared to other masters of science fiction like Isaac Asimov. Both authors create detailed, futuristic worlds and complex characters. However, while Asimov's work often focuses on social science, Niven's work is more rooted in hard science, particularly in the fields of physics and astronomy.