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Lord of Light

Lord of Light

Roger Zelazny

1967


Often regarded as Zelazny's masterpiece, and it's easy to see why (although personally I prefer Amber, of which there are echoes here). A complex tale told somewhat non-linearly, and there are more echoes from the "real" history of the Hindu pantheon that is being re-enacted (or maybe acted for the first time?) on a world colonised from Earth.

4/5. Finished 27 June 2020.

(Originally published on Goodreads.)

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