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The Dreaming Jewels - Theodore Sturgeon
The Dreaming Jewels
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Format: kindle
Publisher: Open Road Media
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
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Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it
4.0 The Dreaming Jewels by Theodore Sturgeon
Having read Sturgeon's Some of Your Blood a few years back, I've been on the lookout for more affordable Sturgeon books. Earlier this year, this one was on sale, and adding the narration was only a couple of bucks more, so I jumped on it. Luckily, I was very pleased with my decision. This story wa...
FriedEgg rated it
4.0 The Dreaming Jewels
Theodore Sturgeon only wrote SF because no other genre could possibly have contained the immensity of his ideas. But he wrote unconsciously of the genre and his work tends to be devoid of the usual trappings found in many other SF writers work. That this was originally published in 1951 only serves ...
altheaann rated it
Strange little foundling Horty is abused by his adoptive parents, and runs away. He's 'adopted' by a group of midgets and joins a travelling carnival... but the carny hides some deeper secrets and more subtle cruelties than even his previous life.. what is the explanation for Horty's mysterious abil...
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Manny Rayner's book reviews rated it
I hadn't thought about this book for ages, until the other day when I read Jessica Treat's fine short story Ants. They both start in pretty much the same way. Coincidence?
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