This book is by far one of the craziest books I've ever read--not so much in subject matter, as in style.
After about half the book, I started to get an "are-we-there-yet" attitude and found my self checking how many pages I had left to read before I could put it down.
I have to think that other readers besides me were a little disturbed by this book's seemingly easy acceptance of "final solution" thinking.
One of my all time favorites. I replaced an old paperback with the kindle addition because it's one of those books I like to visit every couple of years.Published 8 months ago by The Lurker
Whoa hey, what's this? A world in crisis? If there only was a way for the book to painstakingly link it as a blatant metaphor for the ills in our current civilization and proceed... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Michael Battaglia
First in the Plague of Angels dystopian fantasy series set in a possible future Earth.
Damn, now I’m gonna have to go back and re-read The Waters Rising ,... Read more
Sheri S. Tepper can tell a story that just won't let you go, and when you do get to the end, you want more. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Reads-a-lot
This book is by far one of the craziest books I've ever read--not so much in subject matter, as in style. Read morePublished on November 4, 2011 by Rosanna
I am very fond of Teppers books. So much that I blindly buys everything I can get my hands on.
This book, however, was a huge disappointment. Read more
What appears, at least judging from the cover, to be a typical fantasy becomes atypical by page 5 when someone arrives driving a truck. Read morePublished on September 10, 2009 by Rachel Thern