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"Don't want it," he said, trying to flick away the ampoule with his finger, so I
rescued it— very carefully—and laid it to one side. Must remember where it is, too
. Better still, pick it up and put it away in my belt. Which I did. He said, "I haven't
Circled close to the cave wall, on the side Cass was on so she couldn't see me,
watching my feet carefully, and made it almost to the entrance without making too
much noise. Which I hoped sounded like echoes, anyhow. Still in shadow.
On his hands and knees, shaking his head from side to side. Then he fell into the
streamlet. He couldn't see very well, of course. And the others might not have told
him to do this; he might be acting on his own. It's possible. I threw the other ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - crazybatcow - LibraryThing
I didn't like it. It started okay... seemed like it might be interesting, but then... it kinda went off the rails and ended up being some interior monologue between the main character and figments of ... Read full review
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This is a really marvelous story about crash-landed space farers that deals with mortality, society, psychology, religion, feminism, politics and, most of all, the slow veil that falls as distractions go away and we are confronted Read full review