Maxim Kammerer

von: Arkadiy Strugatskiy, Boris Strugatskiy

Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing, 2018

ISBN: 9783964541376 , 1102 Seiten

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Maxim Kammerer


Your attention, dear readers, is offered the next book of the New Library of Fantasy (NBF). This time in one book all the works of Arkady and Boris Strugatsky are combined about the progress of the Free Search Team, the employee of COMCON-2 (Commission for Contact with Other Civilizations) Maxim Kammerer. In fact, he is one of the key characters of the so-called. 'Midday cycle' of the Strugatsky brothers. This is a trilogy: 'Inhabited Island' (1969); 'The Beetle in the Anthill' (1980); 'The waves quench the wind' (1985) Initially, Maxim Kammerer is an unprofessional pioneer of the planets and civilizations inhabiting them, only mastering the elements of progression ('Inhabited Island', the most famous part of the trilogy - largely due to the cinema). Already in the second novel, he is not just a progressor, a representative of a more advanced civilization, contributing to scientific and ethical progress to the forgotten or lost neighborhoods of the Midday World. Now he is more like the organizer of contacts between humanity and non-humanoids, one of the main agents of COMCON and COMCON-2. And finally, in the third part of the trilogy, Kammerer is one of the pioneers of the Ludens, the inner human formation of the 'new humanity'. Beings that follow the traces of the mysterious Wanderers and are at a higher stage of development than humanity itself in general. The trilogy about Maxim Kammerer of Arkady and Boris Strugatsky is, without a doubt, one of the most significant things in their work. Every fan of science fiction can not pass by it. Publishing house Strelbitsky very much hopes that this book of the New Library of Fantasy (NBF) will appeal to our readers