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I agree with the earlier review - it would make a good movie.
The main character was curiously passive for most of the book, and the Kavalar characters, including Gwen's "husband," are a bit too stereotyped for my taste.
He has well developed characters, interesting science fiction environment , and you don't have to read 5 books to finish the story !
The book is okay, but honestly the font is so small that it's really hard to read! I have perfect vision and struggled with this. The margins are huge, the font is small. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Ashleigh Bennett
While I love the Ice ad Fire books, I wasnt crazy about this book. I never found myself absorbed in the story.Published 26 days ago by D. Kozdras
You get a sense of George's world building skills that become such a signature part of his better known later works when you read this tale. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James J. Rank
Great Sci fi with characters that explore concepts of cultural relativism and the identities we build for ourselves and for others.Published 2 months ago by a_burke68
A good read, but a bit confusing. A lot of background history and terms (identity) to keep track of. But. Read morePublished 3 months ago by stanc
Another great book from the master storyteller. He has well developed characters, interesting science fiction environment , and you don't have to read 5 books to finish the story ! Read morePublished 4 months ago by west texas
Published in the 1970's, Martin's first novel showcases a talent that the world has now recognized with the HBO adaptation of his Song of Ice and Fire series. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Chip Hunter