“A magnificently multilayered novel… and a superbly exciting piece of literature.”
“…A work of poetic imagination that will keep any adult mind at full stretch.”
“A bitter, complex, brilliant book.”
Ursula Le Guin
Under Orion's stars, bluesilver visions torment Macey, Thomas and Tom as they struggle with age-old forces. Distanced from each other in time and isolated from those they live among, they are yet inextricably bound together by the sacred power of the moon's axe, each seeking his own refuge at Mow Cop.
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Can those they love so intensely keep them clinging to reality? Or is the future eternally destined to reflect the past?
Didn't understand it when I was 16 not sure I understand it now.Published 6 months ago by Moby Dick
I found it rather confusing and lost interest before the end. This is unusual for me.Published 10 months ago by T. Crump
This is possibly one of the oddest books I've read. The story - such as it is - makes no sense. You get dropped, mid conversation, into a group of people but who they are, what... Read morePublished 10 months ago by dot dot dot
i first read Red Shift as a teenager, having read The Weirdstone of Brisingamen and Elidor. This tale was both confusing and astonishing to my adolescent mind, with its honest use... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Punk Snail
Bought to replace my old copy which I thought I'd lost (and subsequently found on the shelf!). One of the best novels ever, from one of Britiain's greatest writer. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Flick-M