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Slow Engines of Time by Elisabeth Vonarburg
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Slow Engines of Time

by Elisabeth Vonarburg

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I think I should probably buy this book. I liked how we gradually learned more about the world with each story. They were certainly ordered well. Each of the (first several, at any rate) stories could have spawned an anthology of its own: space travel in the time of the floods, loss of the space habitats, shape-shifting humans, synthetic humans, synthetic quasi-humans, "sliders". ( )
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This collection of short stories by Elisabeth Vonarburg presents works of vivid imagery and emotional intensity, set in the same future as the award winning novels The Silent City and The Maerlande Chronicles.

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