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I thought this book was awesome! It was very engaging and suspenseful. I found myself reading it every chance I got, and finished the book within a couple of days. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Skeleton Stardust
It was 1993 when Butler created this dystopian sci-fi vision of Los Angeles circa 2025, whose closeness to the evils of present-day social and environmental ills is hauntingly... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Claudia Gorbman
A fast paced read set in the very near future. Eerily familiar to the headline of today. The matter of fact treatment of race and gender raises this book beyond genre fiction.Published 4 days ago by Anne T. Edwards
What a page-turner! I could not put this book down.
Lauren Olamina is not your normal teenager, even compared to the other teens in the gated community she lives in... Read more
Wish Amazon offered more Black authors in this genre. This book kept making me turn the page. I could hardly put it down but I had work and had to other things that required me to... Read morePublished 6 days ago by cinny2586
woW ! i don't have a vocabulary with enough Superlatives to do Octavia Butler justice. i read Parable of the Sower and the Parable of the Talents, after reading the other well... Read morePublished 9 days ago by jdog
Very hard to read and also very addictive. It's very hard to read about the atrocities we humans are capable of. Her style of writing makes you want more always more.Published 15 days ago by Dominik Eugene Cyr