The Ramsgate Paradox

The Ramsgate ParadoxRoscoe Kissinger, Lindy, Pegleg And The Crew Of The Stardust Engaged In Voyages Of Interstellar Exploration, Land On An Alien Planet Inhabited By Humanoids Who Are Startlingly Similar To Earthmen The Aliens Are A Primitive People Who Farm Vast Fields, But There Is Also A Strange, Uninhabited City And Evidence Of Another Culture Then Lindy Disappears And Roscoe And His Friends Must Go To The Strange City, Where They Discover The Secret Of The Other Civilization.

Common pseudonym of American science fiction writer Compton Newby Crook.

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  • Paperback
  • 186 pages
  • The Ramsgate Paradox
  • Stephen Tall
  • English
  • 14 December 2019
  • 9780425031865

10 thoughts on “The Ramsgate Paradox

  1. Wes says:

    Another excellent story about the Stardust crew I found this tale even interesting than the Stardust Voyages This book is enthralling from the start.

  2. Alan says: recently ran a short article about what happened to competent heroes in science fiction I m not going to summarize the article here, but the type of book that author misses is provided by author Stephen Tall in The Ramsgate Paradox.The Stardust s mission is to boldly go where no one has gone before It is a ship staffed by highly competent people, and that is mentioned than once by the first person narrator Roscoe Be it Roscoe, an ecologist, his wife Lindy a botanist, their friend Peg Leg nicknamed such for his artificial knee a geologist, everyone is an expert In the prior collection of short stories, and even here, the emphasis is on the scientific method in exploration no olde fashioned space opera guns ablazing exploration truthfully nothing wrong with that when done well for fun reading.Initially, I had some doubts Tall could craft a short novel using the Stardust and its...

  3. Travis says:

    Love this series with its vibe of what if Robert Heinlien invented Star Trek, but I think it worked better as a series of short stories.the last half of the book drags and we ignore 3 4 of the cast.There s still some great ideas here, but not sure there was...

  4. Daniel says:

    A surprisingly good set of short stories, continuing from the 1st book The Stardust Voyages.

  5. CBishop says:

    This is a novel length sequel to The Stardust Voyages I didn t know this existed, and came across it when I found the first book again This is a keeper too.

  6. Roquinn says:

    The Ramsgate Paradox by Stephen Tall 1976

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