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O Tormento dos Céus - Ursula K. Le Guin
O Tormento dos Céus
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9789722331562 (9722331566)
Publisher: Editorial Presença
Pages no: 180
Edition language: Portuguese
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3.0 Review: The Lathe of Heaven
The Lathe of Heaven is a standalone science fiction story by the same author that wrote the Earthsea series. The writing style seemed so different to me that it felt like it was written by a different author. The premise was great, the ideas and questions were thought-provoking, and the execution ...
maarjao rated it
An excellent book from one of the greatest sci-fi authors of all time. The story takes place in a futuristic, slightly dystopian world. The MC is a rather ordinary person who has a gift or a curse - his dreams affect reality. Since he has no control of their content, he's trying to turn them off by ...
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Bry's Bountiful Book Blog rated it
Another great Le Guin novel. I swear, I like this woman's writing more and more with each book of hers I read! Although nominally a science fiction novel, the actual science was pretty scanty (which I'm fine with), and George Orr's power to alter reality with his dreams was more like something I'd...
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5.0 The Lathe of Heaven
This is by far my favourite Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel (well, neck and neck with her novella [b:The Word for World is Forest|276767|The Word for World is Forest (Hainish Cycle #6)|Ursula K. Le Guin|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1283091038s/276767.jpg|3256815]). Her most popular science fiction books ...
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5.0 The Lathe Of Heaven
This book is filled with philosophy, horror, science fiction, romance. Horror because Mt. Hood becoming an active volcano is scary to any Oregonian. There's undercurrents of Shakespeare and Brave New World. It's overwhelming in scope. Those fascinated by the workings of the brain will love this. I k...
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