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Freedom and Necessity - Steven Brust, Emma Bull
Freedom and Necessity
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780812562613 (0812562615)
Publisher: Tor Fantasy
Pages no: 590
Edition language: English
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By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it
This is an odd book–it skirts right around the edges of being fantasy, and reminds me a bit more of Dorothy Dunnett’s Lymond books than anything else. I liked most of the characters quite a bit but occasionally wanted to tell James to stop being so self-absorbed and annoying. It’s not exactly what I...
Title and Statement of Responsibility
Title and Statement of Responsibility rated it
3.5 Freedom & Necessity Review
My sister recommended this book to me, and it took me several years to pick it up (as usual), but it was definitely worth the wait. The book, an epistolary novel written by SFF heavyweights Steven Brust and Emma Bull, concerns a group of family members in England in late 1848. As the action begins, ...
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Clif's Book World rated it
The title of this book could lead one to expect it to be about philosophy or sociology. Instead it's an epistolary philosophical political historical novel with some mystery and romance thrown in for good measure. (I borrowed parts of this description from another review). On balance it seemed mo...
altheaann rated it
England, 1849. A man is fished out of a lake, half-dead. His last memory is of falling into the water during a boating party - two months earlier.What happened during that lost two months? And was there a plot afoot to do away with him? He goes underground, working as a hostler at a small inn, writi...
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