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Caldé of the long sun

Gene Wolfe

Caldé of the long sun

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Published by Tor in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGene Wolfe.
Series[The book of the long sun ;, 3rd v.]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3573.O52 C35 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination381 p. ;
Number of Pages381
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1088854M
ISBN 100312855834
LC Control Number94012915

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Book 3 of the tetralogy "Book Of The Long Sun", "Caldé Of The Long Sun" tells the story of how Patera Silk became the Caldé, the "de facto" ruler of the city of Viron, one of the many cities that exist inside the Whorl and narrates the stories of Silk and his followers to 4/5.

Epiphany of the Long Sun: Calde of the Long Sun and Exodus from the Long Sun (Book of the Long Sun, Books 3 and 4) by Gene Wolfe is a continuing saga of the books of the Long Sun series.

As with art, (which these books clearly are), it sometimes takes repeated readings (and countless musings) for the meaning to be fully understood/5(30).

As in Lake of the Long Sun (book 2) when the characters were strained through hardship the main cast themselves changed in attitude and speech transforming them for the worst. It was difficult to follow them even though they should have been familiar after reading about them for + pages/5(12).

The Book of the Long Sun (–) is a series of four science fantasy novels or one four-volume novel by the American author Gene is set in the same universe as The Book of the New Sun series that Wolfe inaugurated inand the Internet Science Fiction Database catalogs them both as sub-series of the "Solar Cycle", along with other : Gene Wolfe.

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