Book Reviews (specific)
- Burning City Review by Robert Barror
- Destiny's Road Review
From Science Fiction Age magazine, July 1997. Transcript courtesy of Dave Collins.
- The Mote in God's Eye Review by Douglas B. McElroy
- Protector Review by Douglas B. McElroy
- Rammer Review
A review, by Duncan Galloway, of a spoken version of Rammer on compact cassette, released by Infinivox.
- Ringworld Review by Douglas B. McElroy
Book Reviews (multiple), Biographies and Bibliographies:
- Books of Larry Niven An (incomplete) page featuring summaries of Larry's works'. by Epoch.
- Bücherliste (list of books)
by Jürgen Weinelt. Jürgen's list includes cover scans and information from Ringworld, The Long ARM of Gil Hamilton, and Fallen Angels (German/English).
- Doug's Library - Larry Niven
maintained by Douglas B. McElroy. Doug has summaries of many Niven collaborations and has also written his own reviews of Ringworld, Protector and The Mote in God's Eye.
- Ebooks at Fictionwise.com
A small, but growing selection of ebooks available for direct download in a variety of ebook formats. If you're local bookstore doesn't stock any Niven or the title you are searching for is now out of print, this is a good place to try.
- Larry Niven: Author Information Page Hosted by booksnbytes.com
- Larry Niven Bibliography Hosted by Fantasticfiction.co.uk
- T&M's Online Bookstore
A selection of Niven reviews. To access the Larry Niven pages, go to Science Fiction, then Larry Niven. Direct link not possible due to the site's framesets.
- Thomas Christensen's Book Reviews
Reviews of Ringworld, Ringworld Engineers, The Ringworld Throne, N-Space, The Mote in God's Eye, The Gripping Hand and finally the World of Ptavvs.
- Known Space Story List
A Suggested Reading order for the new Niven reader by Raja Thiagarajan. This list was created after Protector and was voted as Book of the Month in May 2003 on the Hard SF yahoo discussion list.
As Niven played with certain aspects of Known Space History in the unfinished novel Down in Flames, so others have challenged assumptions too:
- The Kzin Question: Reconciling the Kzin with the modern Star Trek Universe
A Speculation by Allyn Gibson. This essay asks if the Kzin should be considered part of the Star Trek Universe and if so, how can they be fit into the trek folklore without being contrary to its history. This essay ponders the question of the early trek series, right up to the First Contact movie and postulates a way for the Kzin to exist.