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had the platter, I, Gray-Eyes' wicked step- maker. Emitting encouraging noises, I
held the plate in Gray-Eyes' direction. Probably the rotten little floop would take to
its heels. But no. Gray-Eyes stole toward me with a sidling, anxious motion.
The glitter perhaps attracted Gray-Eyes, or the possibility of further refreshment.
Whatever it was, Gray-Eyes proved an opportunist. The plates went one way,
goblets the other, and the silver placemats discussed in four directions. One
which was probably Gray-Eyes, and then a most terrifying silence. Just at that
split the doors unjammed. abruptly and both robots fell through into the kitchen. I
didn't stop to pick them up as they lay there threshing feebly among the steaming
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - KimFalconer - LibraryThing
I'm blogging about this right now! Tanith Lee is a beautiful writer addressing the hard problems of consciousness in the ancient way - through storytelling. Read full review
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This is the second and longer half of the story begun in Don't Bite the Sun. Calling it a sequel is as misleading as calling the 2nd and 3rd novels of the Lord of the Rings sequels. This tells the ... Read full review