Science fiction master Delany's novel is the story of Lorq von Ray, an intrepid spaceship captain determined to travel through the core of a recently imploded sun. Wise, witty, and whirlingly paced, this tale is the highest order of speculative fiction as it casts a new light on some of humanity's oldest truths and most enduring myths.Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
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With three cards in the center and four around, the first seven cards formed a
cross. "Again choose." Lorq chose. "The King of Swords. Here it place. ... "The
Three of Wands reversed." Which went below the King. "The Devil— " Katin
looked at ...
Though the number of the wands three and low is, high the reading it comes.
That good is. But no cups — the symbol of the emotions and particularly love —
there are. Bad is. To be good, wands must cups have." She lifted the cards in the
Nine of Wands." " — we can get hold of — " "Seven of Wands." "—any bliss?" "
The Wheel of Fortune. My trick is. ... Someone had once proposed the doubtful
theory that all three of the remaining worlds were really moons that had been in
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Challenge #6 of Book Riot's 2019 Read Harder Challenge is "A book by an AOC set in or about space." Over the years, I have read, and loved, many books by Samuel R. Delany. One book that has been ... Read full review
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I probably read this because of what Jo Walton said in [Why is this Book so Great] Really? I’m not very archetype’d. Interesting and not the same-old-same-old, it nevertheless doesn’t strike me as ... Read full review