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Faraway land called Amaz a family whose ordinary appearance masks hidden conflicts discovers things th. Not as dreamy as you d thinkThe Kindle synopsis of this book was intriguing so I bought it However during my reading of it was as if I was being dragged along with the story rather than being engaged by it I won t read another book by this authorThe Kindle version also has several typos and a few minor errors not caught by the editor

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Tourists A Novel

The 1993 American Book Award winning author of The Red Magician presents another spellbinding tale In a. Can you imagine being a tourist in a fantasy realm I haven t read enough Lisa Goldstein she writes like a poet

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At change them forever One of the great American novels of the 1980s Magazine of Fantasy Science Fictio. I usually hate fantasies that are really mainstream novels with just enough fantasy to ualify Goldstein however made this one work as a dysfunctional family moves to a Middle Eastern nation gets embroiled in a war between two ancient sects and discovers some decidedly strange goings on


10 thoughts on “Tourists A Novel

  1. says:

    This book read like a rough draft one dimensional characters with inconsistent behavior; unfinished or irrelevant diversions from the main story; awkward canned dialogue; a misguided premiseFirst of all the characters are unlikeable and in s

  2. says:

    I found this book completely un put downable even as I thought wtf? The plot structure takes interesting risks that sort of succeed in terms of getting from point A to Z but it really hangs together because of voice mood character especially Claire and Casey The fictional foreign country is plagued by Orientalism but mostly also like the plot structure does its job

  3. says:

    Can you imagine being a tourist in a fantasy realm? I haven't read enough Lisa Goldstein she writes like a poet

  4. says:

    One of those books where the premise intrigued me I downloaded it free or cheap and then suck it into my Haven't

  5. says:

    This was a very strange book about a disfunctional family that moves to a small country so the father can research the authenticity of a manuscript he has been writing about He likes armchair research but finds himself following a native looking for the sacred sword One daughter withdraws into her fantasy world The other goes out ex

  6. says:

    Not as dreamy as you'd thinkThe Kindle synopsis of this book was intriguing so I bought it However during my reading of it was as if I was being dragged along with the story rather than being engaged by it I won't read another book by this authorThe Kindle version also has several typos and a few minor errors not caught by

  7. says:

    Goldstein know the secret of good fantasy fiction the best fantasy blends with reality to create a third dimension This is a magical book

  8. says:

    An excellent tale of magical realism Because of the point of view precocious teenage girl bit of it seem juvenile but there

  9. says:

    I usually hate fantasies that are really mainstream novels with just enough fantasy to ualify Goldstein however made this one work as a dysfunctional family moves to a Middle Eastern nation gets embroiled in a war between

  10. says:

    Enjoyable enough the characters a bit flat and about two thirds of the way you see where its all going and its nowhere that original but charm

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