O livro do rio Yaleen the river woman has always been involved with the black current a strip of black running along the center of the river that separates the eastern bank from the mysterious western side No one

  • Title: O livro do rio
  • Author: Ian Watson Paula Reis
  • ISBN: 9789722104784
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • Yaleen, the river woman, has always been involved with the black current, a strip of black running along the center of the river that separates the eastern bank from the mysterious western side No one is really sure what the black current is, but the people sense that it is alive and powerful, as it allows only women into the river and brings madness and death to men whYaleen, the river woman, has always been involved with the black current, a strip of black running along the center of the river that separates the eastern bank from the mysterious western side No one is really sure what the black current is, but the people sense that it is alive and powerful, as it allows only women into the river and brings madness and death to men who enter than once Longing to experience that freedom, Yaleen drinks of the black current and joins the River Guild But when her brother Capsi discovers a way to cross to the forbidden western side, Yaleen is caught in the middle of a battle that could end the world.

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    1. Another trilogy that I've loved since I was a teenager, though these days I detect a touch of the "man writing sexually liberated woman" about it. It's still great though.

    2. Having sorted out my bookshelves, the three Black Current books by Ian Watson caught my eye. I don't think I've read them since I was in my teens so picked this up out of curiosity to see how well it has aged. It's absolutely brilliant.The writing is fresh, and Yaleen, the River Guild and the world of the River are incredibly well rendered and very believable. I did actually wonder if Ian Watson was a pseudonym for a female author. I don't think I can remember reading another book written in the [...]

    3. This was the first book in a series of three, and I have all three in one volume ('Books Of The Current'), so I feel compelled to read them all now. I wish I could say I loved 'Book Of The River', but I didn't. I liked it, and I like some of the social and mental explorations that occurred, but the narrative (1st person) seemed to get in its own way sometimes, just often enough to disrupt the flow of things. That's not to say it wasn't written well or wasn't interesting, just not in a "can't-put [...]

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