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Thinta, in fact, was becoming a bit of a pain. "You need looking after," she would
say. "Someone to keep an eye on you. You remember that business before. I
haven't forgotten. Neither has the Committee, you can be sure of that." And then ...
there with Thinta could be an ordeal. The first time, I thought it was Thinta wailing
and making those long, white- hot, silver-wire runnels down my back. But it wasn't
Thinta, it was three of Thinta's cats. "No thanks, Thinta," I said. "We can marry ...
Thinta, however, materializing in a mild frenzy, darted up and glared at Kley with
one of those unique Thinta-glares that convey as much menace as a lollipop. "
Attlevey," said Kley, poking me in the ribs by way of a comma. "She here yet?
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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