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Hyperion (Hyperion Cantos 1), Dan Simmons (Bantam Books, 1989)

Dan Simmon’s Masterpiece, Hyperion is the first volume of a series and consists of interrelated short stories told in a Canterbury Tales fashion and inspired by Keats, Longfellow and a variety classical authors. It ends abruptly, serving as little more than the setup for the next volume, but is well written, thoughtful and very enjoyable. (for a more in depth review go to: http://www.sophyanempire.wordpress.com). Continue reading

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