by Sheri Tepper
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Jenni Chase comments: "The best Sheri Tepper yet. An absolute mind-blower. I read it from cover to cover in one night. I just couldn't put it down."
Shadow Dancer wrote: "I gave this to my closest women friends. A very powerful, magical story."
Bobby Marsden sends: "WOW! What a read!"
Mary Foster stated: "An *incredible* story about a United States that I wouldn't want to live in. Some of this story is a bit too close to home for comfort. I started looking at the news with different eyes after reading Gibbon's Decline and Fall."
Tanith wrote: "I have been reading other reviews on the net and am hearing a lot of negative comments, which I couldn't believe! I thought this was a fantastic book and it makes me alternately angry and sad that anyone could read it and not be deeply moved. I read it at a time in my life when I really needed to see that I was not alone, that strong friendships can last despite ideological differences, and that no force should be able to make me do anything I didn't completely and confidently choose for myself. It was a sublime solace for me, and provided me with an enlightenment that came just when I needed it most. It also, like her other books, made me think about issues that my everyday life brushes under the carpet and allows me to forget. I'm glad to see other people who felt this way displaying their thoughts."
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