The Lathe of Heaven

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George Orr is a mild and unremarkable man who finds the world a less than pleasant place to live: seven billion people jostle for living space and food. But George dreams dreams which do in fact change reality - and he has no means of controlling thi ...Continua
Ophion34
Ha scritto il 15/12/14
An Excellent Analogy for the Human Condition

And a thin one at that. But don't let that fool you. This book is smart, clever, deeply philosophical in asking: since we have the power to shape our world, what would we do with it?

Robot-mel
Ha scritto il 26/05/11
So when I was a teenager and reading ALL the women sci-fi and fantasy authors in the world somehow I totally missed reading any Le Guin (At least that I can remember). But I found this at the local Oxfam and was in the mood for something apocalyptic...Continua

Marco Clemencic
Ha scritto il Mar 20, 2009, 22:37
They washed up the dishes and went to bed. In bed, they made love. Love doesn't just sit there, like a stone, it has to be made, like bread; re-made all the time, made new. When it was made, they lay in each other's arms, holding love, asleep.
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