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But the other thing, exile and despair among the dimes, companionless till the
end of my days, growing dry as the sand, creaky and wizened as the cacti, and
agoraphobia everywhere — never, never I If, by some master stroke of insanity, I
And even when they did, they mostly ran passengerless, citizens who traveled
preferring planes and sky-boats, which, they felt, kept them at a safer distance
from the agoraphobic waste. Think, I kept saying, of the bother it would save the ...
Agoraphobia had perished, along with the cactus-cream, in Gray-Eyes' silly little
teeth. There was something I wanted to say to someone. I couldn't think quite
what, or to whom. Maybe one of those ancient rituals . . . prayers? But going in ...
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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
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ChrisRiesbeck - LibraryThing
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