eBook Shaman epub

by Sandra Miesel

eBook Shaman epub
  • ISBN: 0671698443
  • Author: Sandra Miesel
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: United States
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Baen (September 1, 1989)
  • ePUB size: 1779 kb
  • FB2 size 1559 kb
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Sandra Louise Miesel (born Sandra Louise Schwartz on November 25, 1941) is an American medievalist, writer and science fiction and fantasy fan. Her early work was science fiction and fantasy criticism. Her early work was science fiction and fantasy criticism, fields in which she has remained active. She is a literary analyst; has described herself as "the world's greatest expert" on Poul Anderson and Gordon R. Dickson, and has written front and back matter for many of Anderson's books.

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Sandra Louise Miesel is an American medievalist, writer and science fiction and fantasy fa. She has co-authored a book, The Da Vinci Hoax: Exposing the Errors in The Da Vinci Code, a detailed critique of the popular novel based on her knowledge of Catholic history and teachings. The book, published by Ignatius Press, offers a detailed critique of Philip Pullman"s His Dark Materials trilogy. rnShe holds master"s degrees in biochemistry and medieval history from the University of Illinois.

A non-conformist in an oppressive world, Ria LaGarde becomes the conduit for two unconventional shamans from a parallel world, an experience that threatens her sanity while developing her own latent shamanistic powers
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Sandra Miesel has a well-deserved reputation, in the appropriate ciricles, as a science fiction and fantasy critic (in which capacity I once corresponed with her). Her own fiction is less well known, which is is a shame, since this novel displays both a fine command of narrative and characterization and an impressive amount of background research.

Potential readers should be aware that an earlier form of the book appeared as "Dreamrider" (which I have also reviewed under its Amazon listing, suggesting some additional reading to the curious). I would urge anyone who read and liked that version of the novel, and missed this edition, not to pass up the revised and expanded form, which is significantly richer, and even more satisfying.

If you have not read "Dreamrider," both versions are heady mixtures of science fiction (future and alternate histories, technological and medical advances) and the mystical powers and out-of-body journeys of ritual specialists in many cultures. The heroine is based in a dystopian future that may or may not be ours, but much of the action takes place in time in which humans share the world with other intelligent species, including some playful, delightful, and realistically predatory, otters.

This book has been one of my favorites for years, and it is a pity that it is out of print; I am glad to see that used copies are circulating, so at least a few more people will get to enjoy it.
As I first glanced t the book I thought it would be a childish fantasy book. I was so wrong. Everytime I put the book down, I wished to go back into the world of Ria, Lute, and the "solexes". This book truly is one of a kind, if you ever consider reading it, DO IT! Not often does a book strike me as this one did!!!
This is a quality piece of work by Sandra Miesel. It is one of those rare boks that gets you so involved that when you close it and get back to the real world, the real world seems imaginary. This has the perfect blend of characters that matter, intriguing worlds and fantasy.
This is one of the few books that have otters in it that are not flunkies, that have a real civilization.

The book itself is nice. It has a strong mystical element in it, and not all that much tension -- which maybe some like. At no point does the fate of the world depend on anything. But the fate of the main character does, and she grows.

The characters were well done.
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