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google cheapness... (2)

mekkab (133181) | more than 11 years ago | (#4085079)

THE MOTE IN GOD'S EYE?

Re:google cheapness... (2)

JabberWokky (19442) | more than 11 years ago | (#4085128)

Bingo!

As I said, not a hard one, but fun.

--
Evan

Re:google cheapness... (1)

mabster (470642) | more than 11 years ago | (#4116690)

Hmm ... wasn't the "gripping hand" phrase first used in _The Moat Around Murcheson's Eye_ rather than _The Mote in God's Eye_?

Re:google cheapness... (2)

mekkab (133181) | more than 11 years ago | (#4118736)

Yes, it was. However he asked for the first book in the series, becuase the second book name was too easy.

There is a difference in the UK title vs. the US title.

The second book was titled "The Gripping Hand" BUT the UK title was "The Mote Around Murcheson's Eye."

Check it Here. [larryniven.org]

Re:google cheapness... (1)

mabster (470642) | more than 11 years ago | (#4122840)

Ah! I see! I didn't know that the book was titled differently in the States. I'm in Australia, and the 'Mote' title was used here. I wonder why it was changed for the overseas market?
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