!!> EPUB ❄ Commitment Hour ✿ Author James Alan Gardner – Realestatelawcenter.us

Commitment Hour In The Twenty Fifth Century, Tober Cove Is A Wonderful Place To Be With Most Of Earth S Population Long Since Departed For Other Planets, And With Them The Technology That Makes Such A Journey Possible, Life Here Is Simple And Serene Especially For Fullin, A Gifted Musician Whose Talent Commands Many Times The Wages Of A Farmer Or Fisherman But Fullin Is Twenty Years Old And At That Age, Each Person In Tober Cove Must Make The Most Important Decision In Life Ominous Winds Of Change Swirl Toward Fullin S Idyllic Existence, Carrying Dark Secrets That Will Upend His Beliefs, Alter His View Of Reality And Threaten His Very Life But For The Boy Himself, There Is No Room For Indecision The Time Has Come To Take An Irrevocable Stand And Seal His Fate Forever The Hour Of Commitment Is HereFrom The Author Of Expendable , A Major New Voice In Imaginative Fiction, Here Is A Spellbinding Adventure Which Dares To Pose Critical Questions About The Human Condition And Answer Them

!!> EPUB ❄ Commitment Hour  ✿ Author James Alan Gardner – Realestatelawcenter.us
  • Hardcover
  • 248 pages
  • Commitment Hour
  • James Alan Gardner
  • English
  • 07 October 2017
  • 1568656874

    10 thoughts on “!!> EPUB ❄ Commitment Hour ✿ Author James Alan Gardner – Realestatelawcenter.us


  1. says:

    One of my ALL TIME FAVORITE sci fi booksperiod Enough said


  2. says:

    This book was pure joy for me to read I loved everything about it the world, the characters, the very idiosyncratic voice After I came down from my reading high I found myself poking holes in some of the assertions about the world, suspect of the ways Gardner chose his characters to discourage the reader from thinking about aspects of it, but that didn t dampen my love for the experience However, I cannot talk about the book without spoiling something that the back cover plays very coy wit This book was pure joy for me to read I loved everything about it the world, the characters, the very idiosyncratic voice After I came down from my...


  3. says:

    Well, this was an unusual book I read it right after Expendable, the first in Gardner s League of Peoples series Word to the wise, this book is not a continuation of Festina Ramos story It does, however, take place in the same universe On old Earth, where a small village allows its people to switch sexes from one year to the other until their 20th birthday, when they can settle on their ultimate choice You see this all through the eyes of our lead character Fullin, who moves from one gen Well, this was an unusual book I read it right after Expendable, the first in Gardner s League of Peoples series Word to the wise, this book is not a continuation of Festina Ramos story It does, however, take place in the same universe On old Earth, where a small village allows its people to switch sexes from one year to the other until their 20th birthday, when they can settle on their ultimate choice You see this all through the eyes of our lead character Fullin, who moves from one gender through the other in the course of the narrative You don t get to the nuts and bolts of just how this gender change takes place until the end of the novel It s an odd sort of book, and got me thinkingabout gender then anything else I ve read and that includes the book Middlesex Don t go into this expecting your traditional sci fi narrative, until maybe the last few chapters of the book I could see this being something useful to read if you re an English major writing a paper on gender studies, ...


  4. says:

    Had some interesting social issues that might have beenrisqu back when it was published, but over all it was just okay The writing was very simplistic almost seemed like a YA novel except for the subject matter , the protagonist was mostly annoying The other characters, al...


  5. says:

    CLUNKY He had a cool idea, a society where you change gender every year till you re 20 and then you have to pick one or both but then he went and did absolutely nothing interesting with it The characters were flat, there was basically no insight into gender ro...


  6. says:

    interesting story line but the selfishness of the main character is hard to swallow


  7. says:

    The setting is a future Earth with less technology generally In particular, a village which has a mythology and pantheon of gods it believes influences things What makes this particular village of interest is that its rituals and gods have children age 1 20 switch from one gender to the other each summer solstice The two main characters are just reaching age 20, at which time each person is to choose the gender with which he she will live the rest of his her life.Although the book is no The setting is a future Earth with less technology generally In particular, a village which has a mythology and pantheon of gods it believes influences things What makes this particula...


  8. says:

    A friend had recommended this one to read I read this one mostly while on holiday and would read a bit here and there I had a really hard time getting into it and I am not sure if it was because I was only reading it in short bursts or if it was because of the story itself I don t know I just felt there was a lot of explaining to the book s world, and less story bei...


  9. says:

    I like Gardner s style of writing and humour His characters are always interesting and carry this book about gender bending ideas Good read.


  10. says:

    Very interesting story Usually I won t read Fantasy, but this one had great imagination Too much violence though or I might have made it a 5 Quite interesting being able to choose one s sex.

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