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  • Title: Beggars Ride
  • Author: Nancy Kress
  • ISBN: 9780312858179
  • Page: 291
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  1. Third in the Beggars series Beggars in Spain, Beggars And Choosers and Beggars Ride.What a series Social SF at its best Kress starts off with a simple premise what if we could genetically modify our children so that they didn t need sleep She follows all the complicated, society changing implications from there Hint there s way than you d think Honestly, after reading the Hugo award winning novella, I didn t see how it could continue I thought she had explored all the moral and societal issues [...]

  2. 4.5 for the whole series Not a 5 because I have some quibbles Most of which revolved around Kress evil characters, which are stockboard 1 dimensional BUT her other characters are fully scoped out and are real people in our imagination There are many issues here at play aside from biogenesis I mean economic, class, political, and social Also examination of our choices I probably continue to update as I continue to reflect on different ones.Right now I am most thoughtful about what is it to be hum [...]

  3. Uh oh Jennifer Sharifi is back This can t be good for the story, and last time she was the antagonist, it wasn t good for the book either.I ll say this about Nancy Kress she has a way of surprising me I did not expect her to kill off Leisha Camden so abruptly in Beggars and Choosers The stunning events that happen in Beggars Ride, some of which are the result of Jennifer s decisions, were no less shocking For most of the book, I kept thinking, That didn t happen That could not have happened This [...]

  4. I d like nancy kress books way if she didnt feel the need to give frankly such a central role to characters that are not only far less interesting than the other donkeys for example but also struggling with issues you d expect to see in a coming of age story rather than something about adults.There s also an overreliance on difference is good and geniuses in her novel tend to come from statistically unlikely place given that they re also or less fortuously mixed into the plot Also Kress genius [...]

  5. Most people on the planet have now been changed by a solution given out by the Super Sleepless , the dynamics of the groups have once changed, with the Livers no longer dependant on the Donkeys Unfortunately this has left the Livers homeless and cold, and now Lizzie s tribe is dependant on her in ways than they could guess.This trip into a futuristic world of genetic modifications and shifts in social structure are amazing, the imagination that has been used to make this, the third in the set [...]

  6. I read all three books in the Beggar s series in fairly quick succession after the second I wanted to know what happened next so I picked up the third right away If there were a fourth I d start reading it next The story was very compelling, with interesting science and sociology I felt somewhat disappointed at the end, but I think that s because I wanted to know what happens next The epilogue certainly left it open for another book Maybe some day Nancy Kress will write book number four.

  7. The third book in the Beggars trilogy Another excellent read Nancy Kress manages to maintain her complex society and characters, and provides some indirect social commentary on the nature of human excellence and empathy.

  8. Si tratta del terzo romanzo, che chiude il ciclo degli Insonni iniziato con Mendicanti di Spagna in Urania 1315 e proseguito con Mendicanti e Superuomini in Urania 1341 In altre sedi avevo scritto dell ottimo inizio del ciclo che, tutto sommato, ha mantenuto anche nei seguiti le aspettative L idea di base che in seguito alle conoscenze di manipolazione genetica si riesca ad ottenere bambini migliori Bambini che non hanno necessit di dormire, che quindi vivono 24 ore su 24, imparano 24 ore su 24 [...]

  9. This is a disappointing to put it mildly end to the trilogy There are too many new characters, nonsensical turns for established characters, no closure for others I cared about, and ludicrous plot points to make it all work.

  10. An interesting and realistic bit of humanist science fiction, and a reasonable if potentially unsatisfying ending to the series Often when looking back at history, I note how crazy the future looked to the denizens of the past, and now that we live in an age suffused with technological wizardry the sci fi writers of that time never dreamed of, how mundane the present seems to us I think the Sleepless trilogy is an excellent example of modern realistic science fiction where the world of the futur [...]

  11. This conclusion to the Beggar s trilogy does not really introduce any new concepts, but further develops some characters previously introduced In this volume, the first generation Sleepless leader Jennifer Shafiri, who has been imprisoned for almost 30 years, and totally out of sight during the previous volume, is released and immediately resumes her conflict with grand daughter SuperSleepless leader Miranda Shafiri To be honest, while I continued to sympathize with some of the human characters [...]

  12. Let s see if we can see the whole picture with this book So Miranda got rid of hunger so she could be rich without feeling guilty about causing poverty Now, Livers are free to freeze to death instead of starving to death Why not get rid of money Debt Equalize access to resources so the poor have a better shot at life That, however, would take away Miranda s advantage So instead the poor are free to walk around naked and live on grass or whatever The rich will never vote away their advantage Revo [...]

  13. I really like this trilogy of science fiction novels the scope of genetic, biological, and moral issues is wide ranging and thought provoking This book is not as much about prejudice and divisions between various groups as the first two books it is about how one might lift oneself by one s bootstraps, and overcome one s limitations This book is very fast paced, and not as philosophical as the previous ones.What I don t like about this book is the misguided approach that Miranda Sharifi chose In [...]

  14. Beggars Ride is a dystopian cautionary tale It depicts what could result if science and technology s leading edges become controlled by a self chosen elite who don t play well with others Nancy Kress paints a dark future world where today s upper, middle, and lower classes have become the Sleepless, Donkeys, and Livers People are largely classified by whether they re genetically enhanced, and the highest caste belongs to a few who ve been modified to do without sleep The Sleepless use their free [...]

  15. This third novel seemed to be a bit brutal and graphic than the other two though looking back they all had their moments perhaps i just felt my senses to be assaulted at the beginning of Beggars Ride perhaps because it is a tale of a society already in visible crisis The trilogy both keeps a continual narrative line alive while introducing new stories and characters each book has its own tale to tell, and each tale is well worth hearing All three books address moral and ethical concerns withou [...]

  16. This series disappoints in the end The key characters among the sleepless get really dumb at this point in the narrative For instance, Lecia is even annoyingly sentimental and dogmatic in her beliefs Not only has she not learned any wisdom, she seems to be ever less intelligent she shows no signs of any particular intelligence and is just another dumb powerful asshat Yeah, the whole premise was kinda incredible at first but with this installment, the whole narrative is a mockery of the premise [...]

  17. The basis of this book was genetics It takes up 27 years after the second book in the series I d expected that book to be the last.It continues the cold sometimes war between a group of genetically altered and the rest of humanity The group of genetically altered are the Sleepless genetically altered to have the ability to use an extra 8 hours every day Also, usually altered to be intelligent and attractive But, lots of people are scared of the competition The first two books were about the Sle [...]

  18. I was not sure if I was going to read this series after the first one, yet the characters stuck in my mind, just what was happening to them And so I picked up the second, and then the third I wanted to know what was going on with the sleepless, what silliness had the livers gotten into This speaks that these stories have something that draws us in.I found many characters unpleasant, and the stories seemed to meander Yet, I always enjoy tales of what might happen, and what we might do wrong or ri [...]

  19. This is the third in the series starting with Beggars in Spain about a scientific breakthrough which allows embryos to be engineered so the person needs no sleep resulting in a group called the Sleepless who become the ultimate in intelligent, wealthy, long lived humans which naturally causes resentment on the part of the Sleepers warfare, murders, discrimination, etc The first was wonderful, the second I did not have so could not read, but I had the third so I read it on my vacation trip It was [...]

  20. I really loved this series, which is saying something, because my conclusions on the authors opinions are as follows People can t understand each other when they are very different There are always some exceptions, but not for the herd People will hurt each other when they can t understand each other, either by malevolence or by a genuine, uncomprehending effort to help, but it will happen.Religion, while generally devolving into cult like fanaticism, usually starts from a genuine need within a [...]

  21. This book picks up where the second Sleepless novel ends In the second, Kress brought human evolution so far out that I worried about where she could go next or even if her characters would be relateable But Kress consistently writes engaging characters who grow and teases out the socio political and economic repercussions of genetic engineering In this third and final Sleepless book, Kress in many ways brings the plot back to the beginning, even bringing back the beggar metaphor but in a comple [...]

  22. Fin de la trilog a de Mendigos en Espa a de Nancy Kress Quiz el primer volumen pueda leerse de forma independiente, pero el conjunto de las tres obras se complementa bastante bien.Este tercer libro es bastante m s lento y espeso que los dos anteriores, especialmente que el primero En varios momentos quiz habr a desistido si no fuera por terminar la trilog a Al final mereci la pena, como casi siempre, porque el final lo merece.Recomendable solo para amantes de la ciencia ficci n.

  23. 4.5 I liked this even better than the previous two Yet, it seemed like it regressed in some ways technologically speaking At last for how many years, time had advanced A few details weren t made clear until later in the book, so it was a bit jarring to determine the looks and ethnicity of a character to be different later It was just a bit misleading Those details were minor Such a great book I really, really enjoyed it.

  24. In diesem letzten Band der Bettler Trilogie ist der Focus auf den normalen Menschen Die Verursacherinnen der aktuellen Situation sind zwar Schl fer bzw SuperS, aber hier m ssen jetzt die anderen die Suppe ausl ffeln Tja, auch mit Super Intelligenz ist gesellschaftliches Geschehen halt nicht unbedingt vorherzusehen.Grandios schrieb Nancy Kress auch in diesem letzten Band ein neues Abenteuer um ihr Thema gesellschaftliches Zusammenleben und Auswirkung von genetischen Ver nderungen.

  25. Full of strong female characters.In line with the first 2 books, investigates novel neurological, biological, and social questions.I read a lot of science fiction, and I kept waiting for a twist in the plot, but it never came.Compared to the first 2 books, this one has a couple of seriously dark chapters not that this is a bad thing.

  26. I absolutely was fascinated by this trilogy as an by the idea of people who have no need to sleep and by the philosophical and ethical questions raised by genetic modificationI was glad upon rereading to discover that they age well upon rereading This one is better than the second one but not as good as the first.

  27. I loved Beggars in Spain and have read it and the sequel, Beggars and Choosers, many times However, this novel is a bad ending to the trilogy, mainly perhaps because my favorite character, Leisha Camden, was killed off in the second novel Most of the characters are two dimensional and unlikable, except for Lizzy, a throwback genius Liver who is doomed to a welfare existence.

  28. Nancy Kresswow This book gets better as it goes Have to reread Beggars in Spain and read the second in the trilogy Kress is thought provoking and hard hittingd if you like hard science, she can deliver.

  29. The plot was not going to where I wanted expected it to go, and I did not buy the social and economic dynamics It seemed of the same from book two I accidentally returned it to the library before I finished and was actually glad rather than upset.