Books by Louis Iribarne

MORE TALES OF PIRX THE PILOT by Louis Iribarne
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 17, 1982

"A ruminative, often discursive bunch, wanting in urgency and drama—without the mature idea-wrestling of last year's Memoirs of a Space Traveler."
Five more tales featuring Pirx—a bumbling rookie in the original Tales (1979), now a seasoned and level-headed (but coolly cerebral) space jockey. Read full book review >
TALES OF PIRX THE PILOT by Louis Iribarne
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 22, 1979

"So (in a translation that includes a lot of uneasysounding tense sequences)—one prize and four slighter items from the early Lem archives."
Those who know Lem chiefly through his funny and disturbing paradoxes concerning the future of mind and machine may be puzzled by the present book, first in a planned two-volume edition of the Pirx stories. Read full book review >
THE CHAIN OF CHANCE by Louis Iribarne
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 28, 1978

"Obviously not for most fans of the suspense genre; Lem is just playing, seriously, with the form, and the result is tightly moody in that only half-translatable continental manner, alternately witty and scary and ponderous."
As you might guess, this "novel of suspense" from Europe's favorite deep-think science-fictioner is rather light on the suspense, rather heavy on the philosophical implications. Read full book review >