Author: Diana Reed Slattery
Publisher: Deep Listening Publications; 1st edition (February 8, 2003)
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In the Maze Game, Diana Slattery has created an amazing work of science fiction that probes certain questions of the future in a way that is unfamiliar, disturbing, beautiful and cruelly savage
In the Maze Game, Diana Slattery has created an amazing work of science fiction that probes certain questions of the future in a way that is unfamiliar, disturbing, beautiful and cruelly savage. Sounds complex, but it sure was a page turner. Very satisfying read for the most part. In the Maze Game, we flash forward on Earth to a time when the I-Virus.
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The Millennium Class walked through the Dancemaster’s maze together for their final lesson. By tradition, a Glide led the way. T’Ling glided forward, a tiny doll on wheels.
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Diana Slattery's novel, The Maze Game, aptly demonstrates why electronic texts do not necessarily herald the death of. .Before I continue, let me try to explain The Maze Game in a bit more detail.
Diana Slattery's novel, The Maze Game, aptly demonstrates why electronic texts do not necessarily herald the death of literature, even in its print form. Slattery has developed an extremely complex world whose intricacies extend beyond the novel itself, and so my summary will necessarily be long. The Maze Game is a science fiction novel, set on a future Earth. More from The Tink Tink Club. Katherine Macleanadded 3 years ago. John Harrisonadded 3 years ago. Sara Gael - The Zendo Projectadded 3 years ago.
But the greatest force undermining the game is love. The young Dancer Daedelus must choose between the delicate TLing, willing to die for love, and the fiery MyrrhMyrrh, who would kill for it. The cyborg, Angle, struggles with the longing to replace his human flesh and the knowledge that cold chrome repels the warmth of human touch. As they train for and compete in the Millennium Games, each Dancer confronts the shifting faces of love and idealism, and comes to terms with the multiple meanings of the maze game, the Glide language, and the Dance of Death.