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Might an alien language affect not only thought patterns but ways of life? When through contact with other species, one of the Hosts of Embassytown learns to lie, the results are almost physically damaging to their society. A dense but heady read.
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Its locomotion was between a scamper and a convulsion.
The sun still rose, and the shops sold things, and people went to work. It was a slow catastrophe.
it was impossible to concentrate as we approached the forest. Some of the trees moved weakly out of our way, hauled by roots, but most were too slow. I braced. The carriage’s jutting legs scythed through rope trunks. In our passing trees soared straight up, dangling their broken tethers. We left a line of them accelerating skyward as we cut into the woodland.
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