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If I could make them agree to my demands, BEE could shoot that water mixer out
into my valley inside half an hour and, since water mixers are the stuff of life
everywhere, it shouldn't be so hard to find one — or make one — by noon. Then,
Tanith Lee. 7 The paid-for water mixer arrived in the afternoon, with a low thud of
displaced air. They'd aimed it at a spot about halfway along My Garden and just
enough to the south of it to avoid crushing or smashing any of the growing stuff.
They're meant to come from rivers, I believe, but we had to keep them filled from
the water mixer. They were backbreaking to dig: I ached for ten units in muscles I
never knew I had. The robots got stiff and fed-up, too, and needed oiling.
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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