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Most valued When the Dreamsnake is killed by those she has come to help her powers as a healer are all but lost Her only hope now lies in the treacherous journey to far off Center City where Snake will be pursued by two implacable followers one driven mad by love the other by fear and need.

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Dreamsnake Free read Í 102 Vonda Neel McIntyre was a US science fiction author She was one of the first successful graduates of the Clarion Science fiction writers workshop She attended the workshop in By she had won her first Nebula Award for the novelette Of Mist and Grass and Sand This later became part of the novel Dreamsnake which won both the Hugo and Nebula Awards The novelette and novel both co.

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  • Sarah

    Dreamsnake Free read Í 102 DreamsnakeWhile this book gets docked a point or two for the cheesy 70s cover and the title it deserves a place among the classics of the genre I first read the Nebula winning novella Of Mist And Grass And Sand in middle school but I never realized that McIntyre had expanded it to novel length It's a thoughtful adventure a uest led by a mature and confident heroine Snake I love her as a character she knows who she is she is good at what she does an

  • Allison Hurd

    Dreamsnake Free read Í 102 DreamsnakeI was really pleasantly surprised by this '70s scifi and I have a rather antagonistic relationship so I was hoping to read the late great McIntyre pay my respects and retreat to safer grounds But this was delightf

  • Mike Moore

    Dreamsnake Free read Í 102 DreamsnakeLook I read a lot of science fiction Enough that I would mention it So I have a pretty high tolerance for silliness This book overwhelmed my tolerance and left me staggered by the sheer nonsense of it allWelcome to a post apocalyptic future where isolated communities blunder about in moral turpitude waiting for an oddly naive young woman to come straighten them out with good sense and her trusty snakes You see snakes are used as drug dispensers in the future and the woman who's also named Snake is a healer so she carries around a cobra and a rattler for medicinal purposes She's been entrusted by her teachers to walk the earth like that Caine dude They trained her in medicine and herpetology but somehow neglected to mention that other people might have odd customs like not respecting other people's property drug addiction or killing snakes Each of these come as a profound shock w

  • Anthony

    Dreamsnake Free read Í 102 DreamsnakeThis is a wonderfully patient subtle and intimate novel unusually so in the SFF canon My mother was a nurse which led me to being was especially drawn in with the healer Snake as she made her way through her travels Some of the pacing in the latter third was a little off and there were aspects of the story of the major antagonist that didn’t uite make sense but overall I’m very glad to have spent time with this multi award winning classic

  • Wanda

    Dreamsnake Free read Í 102 DreamsnakeThe publisher saysThey called the healer Snake and she bore the name proudly for the medicine she distilled from the venom of the viper she carried with her was a potent cure; and the soothing power of her other companion the alien dreamsnake banished fear But the primitive ignorance of those she served killed her dreamsnake and wrecked her career for dreamsnakes were dreadfully rare and Center would not grant her another Snake's only hope was to find a new dreamsnake and on her uest she was pursued by two implacable followers one driven by love one by fear and needMeI enjoyed this short little tale of a healer trying to find her place i

  • Wastrel

    Dreamsnake Free read Í 102 DreamsnakeA very odd book by modern standards but one that is strikingly of its era Manages to do some things very badly dialogue most of the characterisation the central character is solid and likeable but a Mary Sue and not all that distinctive while the supporting cast are mostly twoor fewer dimensional and also somewhat MSish a lot of the plot details yet do others very well descriptive prose; setting and its exploration some of the emotional stuff Sort of like a less good Ursula Le Guin novel really Slow meandering social science fictionProbably not selling it well It is really interesting in its setting and in the way it gradually reveals the nature of the setting and also in its overarching plot it doesn't have much of one so what it does have is very free and hence surprising Special mention should be made of

  • Diane

    Dreamsnake Free read Í 102 DreamsnakeMy second reading this time as an audiobook Strangely I had little to no recollection of the plot after the first chapter the original short story and that only the main event So it was like reading it for the first time again I love the intimate nature of the book and the glimpses of a post apocalyptic world influenced by off worlders and some high tech It was an interesting approach The main plot which was not always clear lose a Dreamsnake work to get a new one and figure out how to get took the Healer Snake on horseback from sm

  • Alex Bright

    Dreamsnake Free read Í 102 Dreamsnake4 starsI was drawn in immediately to McIntyre's muted intimate portrayal of characters inhabiting a far flung post apocalyptic world The story is of Snake a healer who has lost one of her prized serpents which she uses to help people and her journey to continue to help anyone she can McIntyre's compassion for her characters is evidently mirrored in Snake Arevin Melissa and the world she has created even if the world and its inhabitants are far from perfect I found myself truly caring for many characters within pages of their respective introductionsWhat strikes me most about this world is how strangely progressive it is in a lot of ways particularly with regard to sexual education and relationships but has created new ways in which to torment those who don't fit the mold McIntyre may be an optimist but she also has a finger on the negative impulses of humanity Honestly I was kind of surprised at the publishing date of 1978 it's n

  • YouKneeK

    Dreamsnake Free read Í 102 Dreamsnake Dreamsnake is a standalone novel set in Earth’s distant future at some point after a nuclear war featuring a young woman named Snake Snake is a healer and healers use snakes to heal illnesses such as tumors and infections The titular Dreamsnake is a special and rare snake used to help a patient have pleasant dreams or if there’s nothing that can be done to save that patient to help them die without painI have a few complaints but this was an interesting and fast read I enjoyed the characters and I enjoyed the story I particularly liked Melissa I liked Snake too with the brief exception of one very suicky thing she said to a 12 year old girl which I guess was supposed to fit within the cultural setting but that setting

  • Oleksandr Zholud

    Dreamsnake Free read Í 102 DreamsnakeThis is a SF post apoc novel which reads at times like fantasy It won Nebula Locus and Hugo Award in 1979 I read as a Buddy read November 2019 in SciFi and Fantasy Book Club groupThis is a classic SF adventureuest across the world unknown to the reader with hints misunderstood by the narrator which ought to end up with finding the Grail The protagonist is a woman healer called Snake She wonders across the world helping people with her three serpents an albino cobra Mist a rattlesnake Sand and extraterrestrial Dreamsnake that works as opiateether This is maybe the early example of biopunk but without prominent punkish elements the serpents a bio engineered to produce a broad range of serums and antibodiesThe first chapter of the book is actually a Nebula winning novelette by the author entitled Of Mist And Grass And Sand and is considerably denser than the rest of the story Some elements of the story are ‘p