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Dreamsnake

Author : Vonda N. McIntyre
ISBN : 0857054260
Genre : Healers
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Snake travels the land with her serpents, the rattlesnake Sand, the cobra Mist and the rare alien dreamsnake called Grass, whose bite can ease the fear and pain of death. But the blasted landscape of a far-future post-holocaust Earth is a dangerous place, even for such a highly regarded elite healer . . . especially when an unexpected death sends her on a desperate quest to reclaim her healing powers. A haunting story of an extraordinary woman on a dangerous quest in a far-future post-apocalyptic world.

Dreamsnake

Author : Vonda N. McIntyre
ISBN : 9780857054258
Genre : Fiction
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Snake travels the land with her serpents, the rattlesnake Sand, the cobra Mist and the rare alien dreamsnake called Grass, whose bite can ease the fear and pain of death. But the blasted landscape of a far-future post-holocaust Earth is a dangerous place, even for such a highly regarded elite healer . . . especially when an unexpected death sends her on a desperate quest to reclaim her healing powers. A haunting story of an extraordinary woman on a dangerous quest in a far-future post-apocalyptic world.

Dreamsnake

Author : Vonda N. McIntyre
ISBN : UCAL:B4951323
Genre : Fiction
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A woman named Snake, a healer, travels among the diverse clans of a future world and seeks the secret of the off-world creature, the dreamsnake, which she needs to effect her cures

The Dream Snake

Author : Robert E. Howard
ISBN : 9781612108278
Genre : Fiction
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The recounting of a reoccurring and terrifying dream…

Diary Of An Apprentice

Author : DreamSnake
ISBN : 1452506779
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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There are not many people who learn to cross the membrane between the visible, tangible world into the invisible, non-tangible world, yet the author has accomplished this brilliantly. His journey stories will take you from physical and non-physical aborigines in the bush, to lines and balls of light, and on to the distant stars, yet all have one thing in common: authenticity. It is only when you have made similar journeys that you know the authenticity of another person’s account. This is an excellent book. MICHAEL J. ROADS Author of the best selling classics: Talking with Nature and Journey into Nature And his recent; Through the Eyes of Love – Journeying with Pan www.michaelroads.com

The Cairn On The Headland The Dream Snake The Fearsome Touch Of Death And The Hyena Dodo Press

Author : Robert E. Howard
ISBN : 1406572675
Genre : Fiction
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The Exile Waiting

Author : Vonda N. McIntyre
ISBN : UCAL:B4355109
Genre : Fiction
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Native Tongue

Author : Suzette Haden Elgin
ISBN : 9781558617766
Genre : Fiction
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First published in 1984, Native Tongue earned wide critical praise, and cult status as well. Set in the twenty-second century after the repeal of the Nineteenth Amendment, the novel reveals a world where women are once again property, denied civil rights, and banned from public life. In this world, Earth’s wealth relies on interplanetary commerce, for which the population depends on linguists, a small, clannish group of families whose women breed and become perfect translators of all the galaxies’ languages. The linguists wield power, but live in isolated compounds, hated by the population, and in fear of class warfare. But a group of women is destined to challenge the power of men and linguists. Nazareth, the most talented linguist of her family, is exhausted by her constant work translating for the government, supervising the children’s language education in the Alien-in-Residence interface chambers, running the compound, and caring for the elderly men. She longs to retire to the Barren House, where women past childbearing age knit, chat, and wait to die. What Nazareth does not yet know is that a clandestine revolution is going on in the Barren Houses: there, word by word, women are creating a language of their own to free them of men’s domination. Their secret must, above all, be kept until the language is ready for use. The women’s language, Láadan, is only one of the brilliant creations found in this stunningly original novel, which combines a page-turning plot with challenging meditations on the tensions between freedom and control, individuals and communities, thought and action. A complete work in itself, it is also the first volume in Elgin’s acclaimed Native Tongue trilogy.

Starfarers

Author : Vonda N. McIntyre
ISBN : 0553563416
Genre : Fiction
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When the government reassesses the objectives of the spaceship "Starfarer"--trying to use the vessel for military rather than exploratory purposes--the crew, led by scientist Victoria MacKenzie, revolts

Blind Voices

Author : Tom Reamy
ISBN : 9780809533084
Genre : Fiction
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It was a time of pause, a time between planting and harvest when the air was heavy, humming with its own slow warm music. So begins an extraordinary fantasy of the rural Midwest by a winner of the John W. Campbell, Jr., Award for best young science fiction writer. rides into a small Midwestern town. Haverstock's show is a presentation of mysterious wonders: feats of magic, strange creatures, and frightening powers. Three teenage girls attend the opening performance that evening which, for each, promises love and threatens death. The three girls are drawn to the show and its performers-a lusty centaur, Angel the magical albino boy, the rowdy stage hands-but frightened by the enigmatic owner, Haverstock. The girls at first try to dismiss these marvels as trickery, but it becomes all too real, too vivid to be other than nightmare reality. Francine is drawn embarrassingly to the centaur, Rose makes an assignation with one of the hands and gets in trouble, and Evelyn is fascinated by the pathetic, mysterious Angel, The Boy Who Can Fly, and together they plan escape. been handled with such grace or conviction since Bradbury's vintage period. With a poet's mastery of language Reamy brings his circus of characters to a startling, fantastic conclusion. writers in the Science Fiction field in recent years. His style is in the fantastic tradition of Richard Matheson and Ray Bradbury, and BLIND VOICES, his only novel, demands comparison to such masterpieces as Bradbury's Dandelion Wine or Something Wicked This Way Comes.

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