Storyteller

Storyteller

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Penguin Putnam
From the national bestselling author of Through Alien Eyes... A thoughtful new novel about the love between parents and their children-both human and not.

On the planet of Thalassa, history is passed on from generation to generation by Storytellers. For one woman who calls herself Teller, storytelling is her life. At her side are her harsel, the great sea-beast to whom she is telepathically bonded, and Samad, a young street boy whom she reluctantly took in as an apprentice. But eventually, Samad will discover the secret at the heart of Teller's life-a discovery that will change him profoundly...

Baker & Taylor
On the planet of Thalassa, a world in which history is chronicled from one generation to the next by Storytellers, one woman who calls herself Teller and her hersel, a sea-beast to whom she is telepathically bonded, have a profound impact on the life of Samad, a young street boy who has become apprenticed to her. Original.

Blackwell North Amer
On the planet of Thalassa, history is passed on from generation to generation, village to village by Storytellers. Crowds gather in the public marketplace to listen, paying them with coins, with food, with lodging, whatever they can offer.
For a woman who calls herself Teller, storytelling is her life. She travels the many oceans of Thalassa with her harsel, the great sea-beast to whom she is telepathically bonded. At her side is a young street boy named Samad, whom she reluctantly took in as an apprentice. He will grow up under her care - both delighting and disappointing her with the choices he makes along the way. And he will eventually discover the secret at the heart of Teller's life - a discovery that will change him profoundly.

Baker
& Taylor

On the planet of Thalassa, a world in which history is chronicled from one generation to the next by Storytellers, one woman who calls herself Teller has a profound impact on the life of Samad, a young street boy who has become apprenticed to her.

Publisher: New York : Ace Books, 2003
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780441010943
0441010946
Characteristics: xi, 372 p. ; 21 cm

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