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The Architect of Sleep,
This review is from: The Architect of Sleep (Mass Market Paperback)
This book has haunted me since the day I finished it. I am compelled to read it every 3 years or so and long for the day when a sequel appears. Boyett's characters are proper human and their trials are realistic and they suffer and triumph (sometimes)like real people. In supernatural situations they react not with super powers and spells, but with the fortitude and ethos that we wish we had in real life.
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Initial post: Oct 4, 2010 1:44:36 PM PDT
Amazon Customer says:
Alas, Boyett has stated the sequel (which is mostly written) will never be published, due to his distaste for anthropomorphic fandom, which sprang up in the years after the original book was published.
In reply to an earlier post on May 18, 2011 11:39:57 AM PDT
Alan Hawkins says:
I totally agree with the sentiment of re-reading this book at hoping for the sequel. Paul's statement is something I had not thought of since, those people are truly a bit odd. Still it would be great to read the whole complete story.
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