Пясъчните крале

  • Title: Пясъчните крале
  • Author: George R.R. Martin Юлиян Стойнов
  • ISBN: 9789546550972
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. George R.R. Martin Юлиян Стойнов

      George R.R Martin was born September 20, 1948, in Bayonne, New Jersey His father was Raymond Collins Martin, a longshoreman, and his mother was Margaret Brady Martin He has two sisters, Darleen Martin Lapinski and Janet Martin Patten Martin attended Mary Jane Donohoe School and Marist High School He began writing very young, selling monster stories to other neighborhood children for pennies, dramatic readings included Later he became a comic book fan and collector in high school, and began to write fiction for comic fanzines amateur fan magazines Martin s first professional sale was made in 1970 at age 21 The Hero, sold to Galaxy, published in February, 1971 issue Other sales followed In 1970 Martin received a B.S in Journalism from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, graduating summa cum laude He went on to complete a M.S in Journalism in 1971, also from Northwestern As a conscientious objector, Martin did alternative service 1972 1974 with VISTA, attached to Cook County Legal Assistance Foundation He also directed chess tournaments for the Continental Chess Association from 1973 1976, and was a Journalism instructor at Clarke College, Dubuque, Iowa, from 1976 1978 He wrote part time throughout the 1970s while working as a VISTA Volunteer, chess director, and teacher In 1975 he married Gale Burnick They divorced in 1979, with no children Martin became a full time writer in 1979 He was writer in residence at Clarke College from 1978 79 Moving on to Hollywood, Martin signed on as a story editor for Twilight Zone at CBS Television in 1986 In 1987 Martin became an Executive Story Consultant for Beauty and the Beast at CBS In 1988 he became a Producer for Beauty and the Beast, then in 1989 moved up to Co Supervising Producer He was Executive Producer for Doorways, a pilot which he wrote for Columbia Pictures Television, which was filmed during 1992 93 Martin s present home is Santa Fe, New Mexico He is a member of Science Fiction Fantasy Writers of America he was South Central Regional Director 1977 1979, and Vice President 1996 1998 , and of Writers Guild of America, West uscmillan author george

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    1. Sandkings is a collection of short stories from George R.R. Martin in the 80s. I plan on reading them all, but so far I've only read the title story, Sandkings, which is the last story in this book.SandkingsYou should NOT read this:- if you don't like short stories- if you don't like science fiction- if you don't like elements of horror- if you don't like tiny 6-legged creatures- if the thought of tiny 6-legged creatures crawling around gives you the creeps and makes you imagine things are crawl [...]


    2. This collection feels like it’s an emanation from some platonic concept of “story”. At least for someone who grew up on E.C. Comics, Poe, and Lovecraft. “In the House of the Worm” is an evocative novella filled with squirming horrors and wonders that will bring to mind Poe’s “Masque of the Red Death” and Vance’s Dying Earth, the title story is a rightfully hailed classic; part fairy tale, philosophical piece, and Sweeny Todd horror story, “Stone City” is ‘At the Mountains [...]



    3. Am citit-o când a apărut în românește pentru prima dată (yay! mi-s bătrân!) și mi-a plăcut nemaipomenit de mult. Pentru vremea aceea a fost senzațională și o consider încă cea mai reușită scriere a lui George RR Martin (da, nu vă supărați pe mine, cărțile cu care a devenit celebru nu m-au impresionat cu nimic). Recomand Regii Nisipurilor pentru orice pasionat de SF. Lectură obligatorie, de fapt :-)



    4. If you love George R.R. Martin's "The Song of Ice and Fire" series, if you can't wait for the next one to be released, and want to spend all your time re-reading the series and reading anything that reminds you of it, then "Sandkings" probably not for you. This book is nothing like that.In fact, none of the stories in this collection are even similar to each other. In one book you get : a space-traveling Inquisitor, a coming-of-age stone age fairy-tale with a twist, an end of the world (sort of) [...]


    5. This novel made my hair stand on end, so I guess horror would be better suited than sci-fi. It is more than interesting and a real page-turner, but I don't recommend it to those who have phobia of insects, although it is very good.I had no idea that GRRM can write so many genres so well. I'm in awe.


    6. I loved the television adaptation of the story SANDKINGS back in the nineties. It was the premier episode of the new OUTER LIMITS series on SHOWTIME, I think. I had no idea it was written by Martin. Look forward to checking this collection out.



    7. Beneath the remains of this Sepultura album cover, is a disturbingly dark story about one sick man, with a growing God complex. And he is raising a colony of some species of nope, in his home. Almost felt like a no-sleep twisted version of Programmer theory of God.This Hugo and Nebula winner is an old school horror with an unconventional ending. Nor was it my type of horror, or a good idea for bed time story.


    8. For lovers of the dark and cynical. This is a story that has stayed with me over the years and I have suggested it many times over- yes, I loved it that much. I decided to pull it out again and have found a new affinity for the story all over again.A wealthy collector of rare animals buys insect-like highly intelligent life-forms only to find that his cruel and sadistic pleasures plunge him into the very game of survival that became a way of life for the creatures in his menagerie. You know what [...]


    9. Com este conto George RR Martin prova que quem escreve bem, fá-lo em qualquer registo e nem importa o tamanho.Não o leiam antes de dormir. É arrepiante e "pesadélico".


    10. Simon Kress is a rich man who collects dangerous, exotic animals. When most of his pets die due to starvation and neglect when he was called on an extended business trip, he goes on the hunt for replacement pets.He walks around the city looking for a new and exotic pet to impress his friends with and chanced upon a newly opened store that sells all sorts of odds and ends from artworks and alien artifacts to all sorts of (alien) lifeforms. Inside the store, he discussed his requirements for a new [...]



    11. Simon Kress has a passion for unusual pets. He goes for the cute, he goes for the intelligent, and the edgy. He visits all of his usual haunts looking for some new amusement, and failing to find it decides to try a new establishment – Shade and Wo. Wo hooks him up with some new alien life forms known as “Sandkings.” These beings are about the size of insects and build castles which they fortify – then the different “kingdoms” wage war on one another. The kings of the sandkings are ac [...]


    12. The first sci-fi short stories I ever read. My grandma gave me an early edition copy as a 13 year old, and because of this I'm one of the few who know Martin for his sci-fi more than his fantasy.If my house was burning down, this and the other short story collections by Martin would be the books I would save.The brand of sci-fi that Sankings is a truly unique one. All the intrigue and futuristic developments that come with the best sci-fi are here, but so is a stunning element of wistful melanch [...]


    13. I could almost worship the man whose imagination and cerebral labyrinths gave birth to such a strange story, so well crafted it seems surreal. It makes me wonder what demons and what power of genius could haunt a mind and result in a work of such epic proportions on a scale of values. Although it's cruel in places, scary and even grotesque, resembling the human nature itself, this story is a genius' work!


    14. It felt weird at first reading a sci-fi story by GRRM. Upon reading the first 20% of the book, I knew it was going to be a scary read. If you find tiny creatures unsettling, then stop and drop this book. If you can muster enough courage (like I did), then prepare yourself. One thing's for sure -- GRRM truly likes his characters twisted.


    15. This is a very good dark horror short story, about how war can mess things up. It also has gremlins all over it. We all have gremlins, that shouldn't be fed. This is a recurring theme in grrms writing.


    16. I've read this over and over again and every time I find more in the story. One of the best characters of all time.



    17. Out of all the novellas/short stories/whatever they are, I've only read Sandkings. I never read anything like this before. Speed reading wasn't an option. I was terrified. Completely terrified.


    18. “Sandkings” (1979) by George MartinGhastly, arresting, intriguing sci-fi/horror tale with political overtones of military ambition. ****“No,” Kress said. “I am their master and their god, after all. Why should I wait on their impulses? They did not war often enough to suit me. I corrected the situation.” she [Wo] fixed him was a final disapproving stare. “Look to your faces, Simon Kress,” she warned him. “Look to your faces.”George Martin has a female character named Lissandr [...]


    19. Gracias por la recomendación!! Eso lo primero de todo. Soy gran fan de Martin, me encanta como escribe y me ha encantado esta pequeña historia. Lo que más me ha gustado de ella ha sido el comportamiento de los reyes de la arena: cómo construian sus castillos, como tallaban la imagen de su dios, sus guerras, una buena analogía al comportamiento humano. El protagonista resulta despreciable, tanto como persona humana como cuidador de los reyes de la arena, pero al mismo tiempo resulta delicios [...]


    20. The title story from this collection was mentioned in a list of the best short stories ever, and since I've enjoyed George R.R. Martin's other work I was particularly interested in hunting it down. That story focuses on a character's slide from casual selfish evil to total villainy, and provides a tantalizing glimpse of a vivid Sci-Fi setting.


    21. След "Бягащия ловец" и "Треска блян" бях наистина разочарован от Мартин. "Пясъчните крале" обаче ми хареса, въпреки че чистата фантастика като цяло не е моята стихия. Сборникът е добър с няколко отлични разказа, които си струват да бъдат прочетени. Мартин рисува една много инт [...]


    22. Me lo habían recomendado muchas veces pero nunca había tenido la ocasión de leerlo, hoy me lo han dejado y lo he leído del tirón, impresionante, la tensión va en aumento hasta desembocar en un final grandioso, un genio este hombre.


    23. По принцип Джордж Мартин ми е известен основно като писател на фентъзи, по-точно авторът на поредицата „Песен за огън и лед”. Затова когато видях фантастиката „Пясъчните крале” бях, меко казано, заинтригуван и любопитството ми се пробуди.Сборникът съдържа седем кратки н [...]


    24. (publicado em osrascunhos/2016/11/15/sa)Ainda que se tenha tornado mais conhecido com a adaptação, para série televisiva, de A Guerra dos Tronos, há muitos anos que o nome George R. R. Martin é um nome sonante nos géneros da ficção especulativa. com a história que dá nome ao livro, Sandkings, a vencer os prémios Hugo e Nebula.Apesar de ser, efectivamente, a melhor história do conjunto, existem outras histórias aprazíveis nesta colectânea, começando por The Way of Cross and Dragon [...]


    25. Sandkings is my first ever book by George R.R. Martin. Not a Song of Ice and Fire book, not a Wild Cards book, not even something like Windhaven.Bearing this in mind, I can't compare the writing style when he wrote Sandkings with the one used on more recent books. What I can say is that I see a lot of ideas and details employed in this short story that no doubt can be easily identified as a "George idea".For once, there's lots of gratuitous violence, a despicable character and yes, deaths, lots [...]


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