Seas of Ernathe

Seas of Ernathe

by Jeffrey A. Carver

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Seas of Ernathe by Jeffrey A. Carver

Starship rigging is a long-lost art. But the ocean world Ernathe may hold the key to its rediscovery, if a young star pilot can learn the ways of the mysterious sea people, the Nale'nid. A touching story of love and personal discovery, Seas of Ernathe takes us on a journey back toward the mode of star travel that once knit the galaxy together.

Seas of Ernathe was Jeffrey A. Carver's first novel, and the first full-length tale of what was to become his popular Star Rigger Universe. Set farthest into the future of all the Star Rigger stories, Seas of Ernathe sets the stage for a new cycle of star-faring history.

From the Nebula-nominated author of Eternity's End and The Chaos Chronicles.


"Jeffrey Carver imagines wonders and allows us to share his vision." --Terry Carr

"A wonderful ability to deal sensitively with the interrelationships of characters and their environments... [Carver succeeds] in creating a race and milieu that is not only a good solution to his mystery, but is emotionally effective and believable." --Galileo Magazine

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151542982
Publisher: Starstream Publications / Book View Cafe
Publication date: 02/23/2015
Series: Star Rigger Universe , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 260,740
File size: 930 KB

About the Author

Jeffrey A. Carver is the author of sixteen SF novels, including the ongoing Chaos Chronicles. Equally popular are his Star Rigger stories, including Dragon Space and Nebula finalist Eternity’s End. While his work is usually called hard SF, his greatest love remains character, story, and a healthy sense of wonder.

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Seas of Ernathe (Star Rigger Series #6) 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Very immature writing and a story so lame only some ten-year old would like it. If only there were any ten-year olds who still read! Seriously, this story is an upate of first contact with "savages" who live with the force of the world rather than fight it. A hippy dream with communes thrown in.... characters so one dimensional it hurts and a sea creature woman who falls instantly in love with the space pilot! Think it can not get worse than that? Waste your time and read on...! Five-star negative rating! JC