Stations of the Tide
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 1st 2001
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
The Jubilee Tides will drown the continents of the planet Miranda beneath the weight of her own oceans. But as the once-in-two-centuries cataclysm approaches, an even greater catastrophe threatens this dark and dangerous planet of tale-spinners, conjurers, and shapechangers.A man from the Bureau of ...
I found this to be something of an odd little book. It wasn't so much the blending of science fiction and fantasy, but more the author's storytelling style that gave me some trouble getting into. More interesting than good, I'm glad the book was so short or I might not have finished it. Still, I ...
More coherant than [book: Dragons of Babel], less emotionally wrenching than [book: The Iron Dragon's Daughter], but just as stuffed with innovation and imagination as all of Swanwick's work. An unnamed bureaucrat is sent to a Miranda to investigate possible stolen technology. Miranda is a colon...
Absolutely fascinating, full of surprises.
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