Stepping Stone

Stepping Stone

The Love Machine

Book - 2013
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"Two of six fragments in the Crosstown to oblivion short novels in which Mosley ... explores life's cosmic questions. From life's meaning to the nature of good and evil, these tales take us on speculative journeys beyond the reality we have come to know. In each tale someone in our world today is given insight into these long pondered mysteries. But how would the world really receive the answers?"--Dust jacket flap.
Publisher: New York : Tor, a Tom Doherty Associates Book, 2013
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780765330109
0765330105
Characteristics: 284 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Mosley, Walter Novels
Alternative Title: Love machine

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rosiebear2 Jul 12, 2015

I love Walter Mosley's books, but not his fantasy books. Stepping Stone didn't make any sense to me.

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jimg2000
Jan 14, 2014

Two thought provoking original stories from Mosley, one a sci-fic on a whole new world brought on by a neural science breakthrough; the other about musings of the mysterious present, past and future of a boring middle aged man who was found abandoned as a newborn.

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Jan 14, 2014

But what about the sorrow and the sadness, the rage and hatred? --- without distress there can be no relief. Without bleeding no one could heal. --- but there's so much unhappiness. -- at this moment a quarter of a billion children are laughing. --- but so many of them are also dying. --- they are all dying ...

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Jan 14, 2014

Life is nothing but a series of events unfolding one after another. A man dies, a leave sprouts from the mud, a lion licks her cub and grumbles -- it's all the same as a stone set in the earth waiting for the world to explode.

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