Re: the fate of felice
Thank you, kind sir. It was nothing, a mere trifle. As for writing
for wikipedia, I believe one has to be invited to do so and the
material is peer-reviewed, which would eliminate me immediately as a
candidate, considering I lack a formal college degree or anything
resembling a reputation in 'literary' circles.
I believe that the hardbound editions of the Galactic Milieu are
still available in bookstores; used, of course. At least, they are in
the one I work at. As for the Pliocene Exile series, I believe you
are correct in that they are close to twenty years old now, which
makes them somewhat ancient by most bookseller's standards. A great
pity, in my humble opinion, as they still stand tall as some of the
finest epic/romance/adventure novels of all time in the speculative
fiction pantheon. And I believe that most, if not all of us agree
that they would also make a movie series that would be far greater
than all the Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Star Trek movies combined.
Yes, even Lord of the Rings, all kudos to Jackson and his magnificent
cast and crew.
But, Goddess! The cost and logistics of mounting such an epic! There
isn't a production company anywhere in the world that would even
(sigh) We'll have to do our own movies in our own heads, which I
suspect JM intended anyway.
--- In Julian-Mayemail@example.com,
"ramoncarlos" <ramoncarlos@...> wrote:
> Thank you Michelle - That response was "wikipedia-quality" speaking
> which - there's a dearth of synopses after "Many Colored Land". andASOIAF
> the books are starting to get hard to find nowadays.
> 'Twould be nice to have summaries about this series on par with
> (towerofthehand.com) or even the Wikipedia WoTGrandmaster,
> (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wheel_of_Time). I can help write, but I
> daresay, your explanations would run circles around mine.
> --- In Julian-Mayfirstname.lastname@example.org, "Michelle Rose"
> <michelle_rose3@> wrote:
> <snipped for brevity>
> > ... Myself, I'd have much rather undergone
> > root
> > > canal without anesthesia but then, I'm not a Paramount
> > > just a shade-tree meta with entirely unreliable abilities.I
> > >
> > > Michelle Rose
> > >
> > > --- In Julian-May-discuss@ yahoogroups. com,
> > > "ramoncarlos" <ramoncarlos@ ...> wrote:
> > > >
> > > > ...It's been decades since I read the books...
> > > >
> > > > How did Felice's life end again? She did subsume Amerie IIRC.
> > have
> > > > to reread.
> > > >
> > >
- No, she killed Amerie. Stopped her heart.She may still be alive, locked in some kind of 'duality' existance with Culluket in the Room without doors. Aiken and Marc certainly didn't kill her, although when Marc returned as Atoning Unifix (AT) he probably knew about Felice/Culluket, as I don't think Elizabeth would have kept it from him after they were reconciled and spent a few hundred thousand years together.AT couldn't have freed her due to the paradox it would have caused, as I don't supposed even a few million years would have done anything to cure Felice insanity. If paradox wasn't an issue, could AT have freed her? Probably, posibly on his own, but more likely with his Lylmik back-up, if only to guarantee pacifing her. I would have thought AT could probably take down Felice on his own, but even so Felice was horribly powerful.Of course AT would have to have a REASON for releasing her. And given she was SUCH a MONUMENTAL selfish b1tch, and probably uncureable, why would he bother?CheersPadster2008/8/15 ramoncarlos <ramoncarlos@...>
...It's been decades since I read the books...
How did Felice's life end again? She did subsume Amerie IIRC. I have