Phases of Gravity

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Headline, 1990 - 344 pages
14 Reviews
Ex-astronaut who once walked on the moon meets a mysterious woman who leads him on a journey to the p̀laces of power' in his own past; fantasy.

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User Review  - Toník Kuttmann - Goodreads

When I closed the book for the first time, I said to myself: "Beautiful." Dan Simmons has his place in my shelf and I must admit I am used to his narrative style. However I also must admit this book's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Justin - Goodreads

No one writes like Dan Simmons. His ability to create and to evolve characters is unrivalled, whilst this moving portrait of one man's journey is believable and compelling. Dan's skills as a author are visible throughout this book and the gentle yet broad plot is enjoyable to the end. Read full review

About the author (1990)

Science fiction writer Dan Simmons was born in East Peoria, Illinois in 1948. He graduated from Wabash College in 1970 and received an M. A. from Washington University the following year. Simmons was an elementary school teacher and worked in the education field for a decade, including working to develop a gifted education program. His first successful short story was won a contest and was published in 1982. His first novel, Song of Kali, won a World Fantasy Award, and Simmons has also won a Theodore Sturgeon Award for short fiction, four Bram Stoker Awards, and eight Locus Awards. He is also the author of the Hyperion series, and Simmons and his work have been compared to Herbert's Dune and Asimov's Foundation series.

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