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All the Birds in the Sky

Childhood friends Patricia Delfine a witch and Laurence Armstead a mad scientist parted ways under mysterious circumstances during middle school But. IndestructibleOr to put it in milder terms I just got ran over by a mac truckThis novel is just too important to miss whether or not you re into SF or Fantasy because it is both It s a long and delightful and REAL conversation between the two a heartfelt exploration and a synthesis a heartbreaking tale and a true wonderment of fictionI guess I kinda liked itIt s a lot than a magical realism novel and it s no experiment There s nothing unreadable about it and it doesn t have tons of clever word adornments From the start we re thrown into a futuristic society and a world full of fairytale or birdlike magic and we follow Laurence and Patricia in a long entwined tale of eual proportions and dialogue their uneasy alliance their estrangement and finally their enduring loveThis is all about us the readers too Science Fiction and Fantasy have gone through rough patches denigrating each other running from each other saying spiteful things to each other but in the end we re so much alike than anything else can be in the universe So whether you re a cyborg or a wizard know one thing We Are All The Same and We Are LovedDid I say this was a true book It goes way beyond just this dialogue I feel the heart of it pumping and changing the universe It s my New Favorite Book and it s not so much strange and powerful as it is deeply and profoundly hopeful and by everything that s holy I appreciate thatI bawled tears of joy and horror people No joke I sat in my chair and couldn t read from all the sobsFrom the very start the first hook I knew I was going to want to savour this novel and I did I m likely going to re read it many times and be filled with amazement and hope and joy even as I cringe at the young years or feel the Fear coming for the adult years It s brilliant and if there s any justice in the universe this novel needs to be one that EnduresAnd by the way this is already on my Hugo Picks for 2016 A Daddy for Christmas ran over by a mac truckThis novel is just too important to miss whether or not you Banned in Britain re into SF or Fantasy because it is both It s a long and delightful and REAL conversation between the two a heartfelt exploration and a synthesis a heartbreaking tale and a true wonderment of fictionI guess I kinda liked itIt s a lot than a magical Hour of the Beast realism novel and it s no experiment There s nothing unreadable about it and it doesn t have tons of clever word adornments From the start we Dictionary Of Dreams re thrown into a futuristic society and a world full of fairytale or birdlike magic and we follow Laurence and Patricia in a long entwined tale of eual proportions and dialogue their uneasy alliance their estrangement and finally their enduring loveThis is all about us the The Love of a Latino readers too Science Fiction and Fantasy have gone through Other Days, Other Eyes rough patches denigrating each other Deception Island running from each other saying spiteful things to each other but in the end we The Family re so much alike than anything else can be in the universe So whether you The First Partition of Poland re a cyborg or a wizard know one thing We Are All The Same and We Are LovedDid I say this was a true book It goes way beyond just this dialogue I feel the heart of it pumping and changing the universe It s my New Favorite Book and it s not so much strange and powerful as it is deeply and profoundly hopeful and by everything that s holy I appreciate thatI bawled tears of joy and horror people No joke I sat in my chair and couldn t The Hero of Varay read from all the sobsFrom the very start the first hook I knew I was going to want to savour this novel and I did I m likely going to Blackmailed By Daddy read it many times and be filled with amazement and hope and joy even as I cringe at the young years or feel the Fear coming for the adult years It s brilliant and if there s any justice in the universe this novel needs to be one that EnduresAnd by the way this is already on my Hugo Picks for 2016

review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ñ Charlie Jane Anders

As adults they both wind up in near future San Francisco where Laurence is an engineering genius and Patricia works with a small band of other magici. One of the best books I have read in ages easily in the top three I ve read this year Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. read in ages easily in the top three I ve Burning Attraction read this year

Charlie Jane Anders Ñ 3 summary

Ans to secretly repair the world’s ever growing ailments But something is determined to bring them back together to either save the world or end it. I didn t want to finish this but I wanted it to be over A short book but every day the Kindle would taunt me with the slow progression of %86% 90% 94% I would groan and sigh every time I went to pick it up There was no way to remember what was happening because every chapter was so different and so weird There was very little continuity huge time jumps and no cohesion of location meaning I never knew exactly when or where the charaters were They said get lost in a book I was just lost An odd mash up of magic sci fi and dystopia I really couldn t tell what this book was trying to be I thought maybe I would come around if it had a good ending but it kind of just fizzledThere are certainly some out there who would like this book but I cannot say who for sure so I am unable to officially recommend it to any demographic


10 thoughts on “All the Birds in the Sky

  1. says:

    This is one weirdass book A good kind of weird but it definitely isn't for everyoneAll the Birds in the Sky transcends genres refusing to find its place anywhere is it sci fi? Paranormalfantasy? Dystopianalternate world? Magical realism? In truth it's some of all of those A uirky and strange blend of science and magicI ca

  2. says:

    I hated this bookIf you want the epic rant read on but beware profanity and spoilersview spoilerThe writing was sh

  3. says:

    IndestructibleOr to put it in milder terms I just got ran over by a mac truckThis novel is just too important to

  4. says:

    One of the best books I have read in ages easily in the top three I've read this year

  5. says:

    All the Birds in the Sky is a trove of near misses and reads like a low budget bad action flick Among its flaws the book c

  6. says:

    What a wildly imaginative delightful novel I had no idea what to expect from this book but I was just thrilled with this book from the beginning to the end Patricia and Laurence who meet each other as kids and develop a friendship of convenience that becomes much by the end of the novel are wonderfully drawn characters I love how fully fleshed out the felt There is a beautifully written scene between them toward the end of the novel that i

  7. says:

    I didn't want to finish this but I wanted it to be over A short book but every day the Kindle would taunt me with the slow progression of %86% 90% 94% I would groan and sigh every time I went to pick it up There was no way to remember what was happening because every chapter was so different and so weird There was very little conti

  8. says:

    Self awareness paradoxically reuires an awareness of the other A magical savant a super genius the world on the brink of eco apocalypse possible ways out or are the solutions as dangerous as the problem? and young love What’s not to like? Laurence Amstead is your basic pre ad tech genius indulging in minor projects like inventi

  9. says:

    San Francisco never stopped astonishing Lawrence wild raccoons and possums wondered the streets especially at night and their shiny fur and long tails looked just like stray cats unless you look twice Skunks nes

  10. says:

    Unbelievably stupid and I loved every minute of itGuaranteed lessons on how to become a bird and a witch ice cream loving assassins part timing as school advisors inside perspective on suet and AI magic school nerds bullying Plus a healthy dose of the Absurd enough to induce a very strong feeling of déjà lu I'm slowly getting a feeling that half the books I read were written by one writer Even though their names say they aren'tI really

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