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Wizard (Gaea, #2) KINDLE Wizard Gaea, 2 By John Varley Pccare247.us One Of The Greatest Science Fiction Epics Ever Written, John Varley S Titan, Wizard, And Demon Comprise A Groundbreaking Trilogy That Will Live Forever Human Explorers Have Entered The Sprawling Mind Of Gaea Now They Must Fight Her Will For She Is Much Too Powerfuland Definitely Insane These Books Are Going To Be Around For A Long Time Locus


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10 thoughts on “Wizard (Gaea, #2)

  1. says:

    It s hard to argue with a novel whose protagonists are an epileptic lesbian separatist who has chewed off her own finger and a schizophrenic who falls in love with a purple centaur who idolizes John Philip Sousa, on a quest to circumnavigate ...


  2. says:

    There a lot to love in the second Gaia book I was honestly expecting a straight carryover from the first novel with its surprising end and lead, making the next title, Wizard, something muchthan I might have expected, but I was surprised Decades have passed in an eyeblink and Titan has turned herself into the goose that lays the golden eggs, opening up exploration and exploitation to her arti


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    Probably around 3.5 stars, but rounded up to 4.Wizard picks up where Titan left off in its exploration of the nature of sexuality Gone are the frequent references to other works of science fiction, although the Greek mythology links are of course maintained This novel is unusual in that the majority of its main characters are women, with earth guy Chris thrown in as the token male to be used to cont


  4. says:

    I m really enjoying this trilogy You could put it in the humans explore vast space habitat category, in company with things like Rendezvous with Rama and Ringworld, but I think that misses the appeal of Varley s Gaea books Varley brings really weird shit to the table, as all SF should but hard SF sometimes underdelivers on In addition to blowing you away with exterior vistas, he s digging his hooks into yo


  5. says:

    I need to read this again I read it too fast Add Titanides to the list of fictional creatures I would not mind being.So I read this again recently This book is awesome It s got the Titanides who have multiple genitals and complicated mating methods based on music In fact their language is based on music, they sing, they play awesome musical instruments and they kick ass I kind of wi...


  6. says:

    I love all three of the books in this trilogy equallybut I think this was better than Titan The first book in the trilogy changed pace from a space opera to a fantasy adventure book pretty suddenly, and it had to do all the work of setting the scene Wizard is a straight up adventure intrigue, and the scene s already set AND you get to find out about the Titanide s sexual makeup that s worth reading the book right there


  7. says:

    Spoiler Alert Wizard is the second book of the Gaea Trilogy by John Varley.Just as Titan begins in a somewhat normal universe and escalates into an absurd universe, so Wizard picks up at the same gonzo level that Titan ended at and escalates into something evenabsurd.This book takes place roughly 75 years after the end of Titan and the two main characters return, Rocky Jones and Gaby Plauget When Gaea made Rocky the Wizard of


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    Wizard picks up about 80 years after the events in Titan Cirocco is now a Wizard for Gaea, meaning she s a troubleshooter Gaby is sometimes her sidekick, and sometimes just does freelance work They are both paid with extended lifespans Since Titan, plenty of humans have emigrated to Gaea There is a limited quota for free trips, and through this program, two new travelers, both prone to periodic seizures, arrive in Gaea One is Chris,


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  10. says:

    Book two of John Varley s Gaea Trilogy is interesting in contrast to the Ringworld series I really liked the first Ringworld book But, after that, Niven seemedinterested in talking about alien inter species sex than in writing a coherent and interesting story That s right I m dissing Ringworld Ender s Game sucks too Wizard also delves into sex with aliens, but it doesn t detract from the story, much.Nor is the book simplyof the same This is a very


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