Lethe

Lethe

Tricia Sullivan / Aug 19, 2019

Lethe It is the year Eighty years have passed since the Gene Wars devastated the Earth decimating the human population and giving rise to myriad new life forms Only planetwide rule by an oligarchy of

  • Title: Lethe
  • Author: Tricia Sullivan
  • ISBN: 9780553568585
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is the year 2166 Eighty years have passed since the Gene Wars devastated the Earth, decimating the human population and giving rise to myriad new life forms Only planetwide rule by an oligarchy of once human brains in permanent computer interface has allowed pure humans to survive Now, among the dolphins of Australia, Jenae Kim stumbles on the information that coulIt is the year 2166 Eighty years have passed since the Gene Wars devastated the Earth, decimating the human population and giving rise to myriad new life forms Only planetwide rule by an oligarchy of once human brains in permanent computer interface has allowed pure humans to survive Now, among the dolphins of Australia, Jenae Kim stumbles on the information that could mean a new beginning for human civilization information that the government is determined to keep secret even if they have to kill her.On the edge of the solar system, researcher Daire Morales falls through an interstellar gate and discovers an Edenic world to which refugee children from the Gene Wars escaped long ago but at a terrible price The onset of adulthood promises a monstrous fate, and now the colony s adolescent leader, Tsering, faces her own violent demise Only when Jenae exposes the long buried truth about the Gene Wars does Tsering realize that the memories trapped in the planet s strange, sentient trees have the power to save or destroy not only the colony but the hope of humanity itself.

    Lethe Mythology River Lethe, the river of forgetfulness, was one of the five rivers of the Greek underworld, the other four being Styx, Acheron the river of sorrow , Cocytus the river of lamentation and Phlegethon the river of fire According to Statius, it bordered Elysium, the final resting place of the virtuous Ovid wrote that the river flowed through the cave of Hypnos, god of sleep Lethe Definition of Lethe by Merriam Webster Time Traveler for lethe The first known use of lethe was in the th century See words from the same century lethe hamburg Welcome to LETHE Customized solutions for vessels of all kinds Welcome to LETHE Customized solutions for vessels of all kinds Lethe Greek mythology Britannica Lethe Lethe, Greek Oblivion , in Greek mythology, daughter of Eris Strife and the personification of oblivion Lethe is also the name of a river or plain in the infernal regions In Orphism, a Greek mystical religious movement, it was believed that the newly dead who drank from the River Lethe Rule the Seas Online Pirate Game Free to Play About the Game About the Game Pages Facebook Google Set out on grand adventures to the four corners of the world, visiting exotic locations above and below the briny deep. List of unusual words beginning with L I hope you have found this site to be useful If you have any corrections, additions, or comments, please contact me.Please note that I am not able to respond to all requests. Ex Astris Scientia Star Trek Discovery DIS Season Star Trek Discovery DIS Season Season Season The Vulcan Hello Battle at the Binary Stars Context is for Kings The Butcher s Knife Cares Not for the Lamb s Cry Choose Your Pain Lethe Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum Into the Forest I Go Despite Yourself The Wolf Inside Vaulting Ambition What s Past Is Prologue The War Without, The War Within Will You Lethe Fund John Butcher Books Lethe Fund John Butcher on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Money is the root of all evil There are times when ordinary people are driven to do extraordinary things That time has come for Tommy Burton Michelle Gray, Intuitive Readings in Westmont, IL BestPsychicDirectory Read Write Reviews Of Psychics Mediums For a directory of psychics and mediums based on location, visit BestPsychicDirectory where Nicole the Math Lady Who said Math had to be Boring Videos follow topics of the Saxon Math Curriculum Nicole the Math Lady info nicolethemathlady Copyright Nicole the Math Lady All Rights

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    About "Tricia Sullivan"

      • Tricia Sullivan

        Tricia Sullivan born July 7, 1968 in New Jersey, U.S is a science fiction writer She has also written fantasy under the pseudonym Valery Leith.She moved to the United Kingdom in 1995 In 1999 she won the Arthur C Clarke Award for her novel Dreaming in Smoke Her novel Maul was also shortlisted for the same award in 2004.Sullivan has studied music and karate Her partner is the martial artist Steve Morris, with whom she has three children.


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    1. I found Lethe to be overall strange and interesting as older sci-fi are wont to do. Earth is recovering from global war the 'gene wars' and what is left of humanity is protected under climate controlled domes. Everything else is mutated, including humans unlucky enough to be infected. In addition, several people have had their consciousnesses transferred into tanks/machines- they are a collective think-tank that has slowly brought humanity back from the brink of extinction.The book opens up seve [...]


    2. The back-cover copy is absurd, but this is an enjoyable novel of the 22nd century. Post Gene-War mutations, strange objects found in the solar system, telepathic interface with dolphins, there's a lot of thoughtful pulpy things going on. I liked these characters, they're well-drawn. Worth checking out.


    3. This was my favorite book of my early/mid teens. I probably read it about 7 times. Not sure if I'd like it as much now, but the themes are still interesting. There's a lot of crappy sci-fi out there. This is one of the good ones!





    4. While this book incorporated some interesting although not overly original ideas, the writing was often hard to follow.


    5. For her first published novel, Tricia Sullivan has created an Earth in the aftermath of a Gene War where mankind has suffered human species transformation and 'pure' humans reside in established locations behind protected barriers, and once what were humans are now only 'brains' connected to computers rule over what is left of the populous.I found the concept and plot somewhat interesting, but it was a bit of a demand at first trying to get into the story and the ending wasn't really too much of [...]


    6. 3.5 stars. Good sci fi, interesting characters and situations. The writing is a little uneven in places and I wanted more closure from the ending.



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