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read why I came to this decision hereIn the meantime you can read ntire review at Smorgasbook why I came to this decision hereIn the meantime you can read the ntire review at Smorgasbook was a difficult one I m in two minds about the bookOn one hand the detailed political social and physiological structure of the world is nothing but awesome This society feels absolutely real The political intrigues are believable and intricate The psychological manipulations the helplessness of some of the characters in terms of heteronomy is palpable up to the point where I physically felt nauseated and in actual pain for one of the protagonists Such a carnal reaction is rather rare for me while readingOn the other hand "The Pacing Is Slow The "pacing is slow the is very talkative The story unfolds in the heads of the protagonists not in form of action I listened to it on audio solid narration by Gabra Zackman and I caught myself ver so often suinting at the time display to see when it would be overThose readers who like their books to be action plotdriven should probably skip this one. The author of Downbelow Station Cherryh's talent for intense literate storytelling maintains interest throughout this long complex novel.
review ê Book, PUB or Kindle PDF Ï C.J. CherryhChristmas 2010 I realised "That I Had Got "I had got in a rut I was re reading old favourites again and again waiting for a I was re reading old favourites again and again waiting for a trusted authors to release new works Something had to be doneOn the spur of the moment I set myself a challenge to read very book to have won the Locus Sci Fi awa 55 stars This is one of the most brilliantly written books I have Love for Imperfect Things ever read and I believe it is a work of special genius no pun intended based on the subject matter of the book This is not an EASY book to read and is not what I would desc This was such a discoveryEven with relatively high SciFi opera relatedxpectations carried over from Cherryh s Downbelow Station Cyteen appeared unassuming and managed to A Heart of Stone easily meet andxceed most all such presumptions proving itself not only a captivating court intrigue play but a potent and considerate speculative workThe narrative Taking Instruction (Taboo, explores unexpectedlylaborate philosophical and moral themes on humanity and individuality with xceptional nuance and sensitivity A lot intimate and stirring topics than. A brilliant young scientist rises to power on Cyteen haunted by the knowledge that her predecessor and genetic duplicate died at the han. I would ve known to awaitThe opening notes of grand space operatic ostentation and rapid array of political machinations can feel uite overwhelming to be thrown into but once settling to focus on the closer personal journeys the plot reveals it s most approachable subtleties ngrossing with heartwarming distressing and increasingly intense Divertimento events and poignant passages of thoughtful inner contemplation and self discoveryA complex compelling and compassionate story with persuasively terse delivery I am impressed and mostager for from Cherryh This is a massive volume that is both fascinating and oddly opaue It s a murder mystery in which the mystery is never solved It s a consideration of the thics of manufactured humans "Without Going Into As Much "going into as much as it could It s a conspiracy that is partially but not ntirely Promise at Dawn explained And it centres around a rape which ripples through the rest of the book and I m notntirely convinced that it s handled well in the ndNote The rest of this review has been withheld due to the chan. Ds of one of her trusted advisors Murder politics and
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