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Shaman

Locus Award, 2014

ebook / ISBN-13: 9780748126453

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‘Vivid and beautiful . . . Astonishing’ – Guardian

‘A thrilling journey through an age of ice and stone – one of Kim Stanley Robinson’s best!’ – Greg Bear

An award-winning and bestselling SF writer, Kim Stanley Robinson is widely acknowledged as one of the most exciting and visionary writers in the field. His latest novel, 2312, imagined how we would be living 300 years from now.

Now, with his new novel, he turns from our future to our past – to the Palaeolithic era, and an extraordinary moment in humanity’s development. An emotionally powerful and richly detailed portrayal of life 30,000 years ago, it is a novel that will appeal both to his existing fans and a whole new mainstream readership.

An extraordinary portrayal of life in the Palaeolithic era, 30,000 years into our past, by the multi-award-winning author described recently by the Sunday Times as ‘one of science fiction’s greats’

Novels by Kim Stanley Robinson:

Icehenge
The Memory of Whiteness
A Short, Sharp Shock
Antarctica
The Years of Rice and Salt
Galileo’s Dream
2312
Shaman
Aurora
New York 2140
Red Moon

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This novel bears the markings of Robinson's consummate skill with a sort of anthropological fiction...Spectacular world building.
BOOKLIST
A seriously composed and compelling novel about prehistoric life...some of the most intelligent entertainment you can find.
NPR BOOKS
Robinson's expert world building and lyrical prose offer Jack London-esque pleasures as they depict the stark beauties of the icy landscape - it's desolation, dangers and the desperate choices it forces people to make when pushed to the edge of existence. Richly detailed.
KIRKUS REVIEWS
This book proves once again that Robinson's fascination with the human condition and mankind's journey transcends easy genre labels...Despite all his previous accolades, this may be Robinson's best work to date, focused so sharply as it is on the simplest way of being human.
LIBRARY JOURNAL
A thrilling journey through an age of ice and stone - one of Kim Stanley Robinson's best!
GREG BEAR