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ISBN: 1857983254 / ISBN-13: 9781857983258

Raising the Stones

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When the human settlers arrived on Hobbs Land, the native intelligent specvies, the Owlbrit, were already almost extinct. Before the last one died, a ... Show synopsis

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  • Raising the Stones (Gollancz) – Mass-market paperback (2002)
    by Sheri S. Tepper

    Raising the Stones

    Mass-market paperback, Gollancz
    2002
    New edition. New edition.
    480 pages

    ISBN: 1857983254
    ISBN-13: 9781857983258

    When the human settlers arrived on Hobbs Land, the native intelligent specvies, the Owlbrit, were already almost extinct. Before the last one died, a few years later, the humans had learned a little of their language, their ideas and theirb religion. It seemed the natural thing for the settlers to maintain the last Owlbrit temple, with the strange statue that was its God. When when that God died - disintegrating overnight - it seemed equally natural to start preparing its replacement. Maire Manone came to Hobbs Land to ... Show more

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mbg1968

Love this book!

by mbg1968 on Sep 8, 2007

I bought this from ALIBRIS in order to replace my earlier copy that was unfortunately loaned to a friend who did not return it. All Sheri Tepper's books are wonderful and this one is no exception! It is one of her more intense novels with a very misogynist plot. But I think it raises important questions about who and what a father is meant to be. I find that reading Tepper's books has influenced my worldview and recommend them to anyone.

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