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Stories of Your Life and Others - Ted Chiang
Stories of Your Life and Others
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 8601400475997
Publisher: Small Beer Press
Edition language: English
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Aerin rated it
5.0 Review: Stories of Your Life, by Ted Chiang
Each story in this book broke my heart in its own specific way, and for that reason alone I will love Ted Chiang forever. The fact that these stories are also all technical masterpieces and paragons of the genre is really just icing. I can be dazzled by masterly writing, but it's poignance that will...
The better to see you, my dear
The better to see you, my dear rated it
4.0 Casting your brain into big questions
I went in all big eyes and heavy heart and cheating, starting with the story I was curious about after watching the movie. It was sadder in it's determinism, but it was all that (and it had emotion, lordy, did it have emotion). About half way through this book (and with my brain much hurting, I ge...
Reading For The Heck Of It
Reading For The Heck Of It rated it
5.0 Cerebral, disquieting, and addictive
I've become an instant fan of Ted Chiang after reading his book Stories of Your Life and Others. It's such a breath of fresh air to read a really phenomenal collection of short stories such as this one. I had been itching for some truly delicious science fiction and this collection delivered. From t...
Kaethe rated it
5.0 Stories of Your Life and Others - Ted ChiangĀ 
In contrast to Bradbury, I have Chiang. Now these are science fiction, and they are particularly rare in that the are fine examples of both science and storytelling. I picked it up because the new movie Arrival is based on one of these stories. It's a first-contact story starring a linguist. Who doe...
Ned Hayes Writing
Ned Hayes Writing rated it
5.0 Story of your Life
Ted Chiang's "Story of Your Life" was the basis for the new film "The Arrival." The story itself is a thoughtful meditation on the meaning of one's time on earth, and the choices we make. The movie takes it in a more plot-driven direction. But what's brilliant about the movie is that it preserves th...
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