The dreaming jewels

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Bluejay Books, 1985 - Fiction - 186 pages
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This prize-winning fantasy tells how love triumphs over evil. Also use: Venus Plus X (1988) and The Stars Are the Styx (1984).

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I've read several of the other reviews and agree with much of what they say, but cannot rate the book higher than a three, maybe a 2.5. The characterization is indeed heartwarming, the idea of the ... Read full review

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This didn't work for me. Sturgeon's first novel is far removed from More Than Human, with a weak plot and boring/silly/predictable characters. It didn't help that when introducing the main villain we ... Read full review


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Sturgeon is well known among readers of classic science-fiction anthologies and much respected by critics. He was listed as a primary influence of the much more famous Ray Bradbury and Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.. Kurt Vonnegut has stated that his character Kilgore Trout was based on Theodore Sturgeon.

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