Summary

The Face of God is what every young saurian learns to call the immense, glowing object which fills the night sky on the far side of the world. Young Afsan is privileged, called to the distant Capital City to apprentice with Saleed the court astrologer. But when the time comes for Afsan to make his coming-of-age pilgrimage, to gaze upon the Face of God, his world is changed forever- for what he sees will test his faith...and may save his world from disaster!
©1992 Robert J. Sawyer (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Alexander on 09-02-18

What a surprise

I love the promise. I mean the main character is a space dinosaur astrologer. it's just a crazy fun ride

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3 out of 5 stars
By Simone on 30-08-16

Definitely Original!

I found the story fascinating, but not easy to read – I really had to stretch my imagination in order to go along with a community of sentient dinosaurs.

I had trouble thinking about how their bodies worked, how their furniture was shaped, how their buildings looked, what their clothes covered… but those difficulties aside, the story was great and I’m in for more instalments!

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