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[ KINDLE ] ✽ Dreams of the Sea (Tyranael, #1) Author Elisabeth Vonarburg – Eiyo.us

Dreams of the Sea (Tyranael, #1) As The Twin Planets Of Altair Eclipse Each Other, A Mysterious Blue Sea Rises Up From The Darkness, Killing Most Of The Earth Colonists Who Have Settled The Strange New World In The Devastating Aftermath, The Survivors Must Make A New Life Amid The Abandoned, Yet Curiously Intact Cities Of A Long Vanished Alien Population But Their Greatest Challenge Is Yet To Appear, For In A World Of Ancient Memory And Forgotten History, The Answer To Salvation May Lie In The Strange Dreams Of The Colonists Themselves But Are Their Dreams The Key To Survival, Or A Final Warning Of The Dangers To Come So Begins Book 1 In The Epic Of Tyranael, A Five Book Series From One Of Canada S Most Beloved Science Fiction Authors.

[ KINDLE ] ✽ Dreams of the Sea (Tyranael, #1)  Author Elisabeth Vonarburg – Eiyo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 291 pages
  • Dreams of the Sea (Tyranael, #1)
  • Elisabeth Vonarburg
  • English
  • 13 January 2018
  • 1895836980

    10 thoughts on “[ KINDLE ] ✽ Dreams of the Sea (Tyranael, #1) Author Elisabeth Vonarburg – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    ehi ve liked other stuff by vonarburg the silent city, in the mothers land but this left me irritated there were a few too many science fiction and structural conceits going on, and they were all developed unevenly some of the ideas were intriguing and there were some really poignant moments the whole thing just didn t hang together for me maybe the translation should get some of the blame.in particular i got tired of the whole mystery of the sea and the ancient alien civilization ehi ve liked other stuff by vonarburg the silent city, in the mothers land but this left me irritated there were a few too many science fiction and structural conceits going on, and they were all developed unevenly some of the ideas were intriguing and there were some really poignant moments the whole thing just didn t hang together for me maybe the translation should get some of the blame.in particular i got tired of the whole mystery of the sea and the ancient alien civilization since the whole book is ostensibly NARRATED by one of those same aliens, it got harder and harder to be patient with the humans clueless stumbling around also, with such a disjointed structure, the reader doesn t get a lot of time to settle in with each set of characters the writing has to be nuanced to be able to pull off effective characterization conci...


  2. says:

    Une tr s belle fresque sur l volution et le choc des cultures.


  3. says:

    This one is in my top three science fiction everAlong with a book from some unknown much underrated french author, any one from c j Cherryh and of course the Hitch Hiker s Guide to the Galaxy

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