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  • At first, there were those who didn't think the Deepness was a serious danger, at least not to them.

    Mistborn

  • Vernor's "Deepness" series and White's "Space Hospital" series are good stories on their own although Vinge is best read in sequence because you're gonna wanna go back and read the prior stories anyway!

    POLL RESULTS: Starting a Series in the Middle

  • Maybe the danger of the 'Deepness' was really just the Lord Ruler himself — perhaps the Hero's fight was simply one of conscience.

    Mistborn

  • "Deepness" isn't what counts; what matter are the quantity and variety and, to a lesser degree, the intensity of sensory experiences.

    A Shot Across the Bow

  • 546 / 554 - I believe there is rumoured to be another 'Deepness' work in progress but some way off - think Vinge might still be writing it so could be a while yet.

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  • Her Deepness (novelette, completely rewritten from short story)

    Livia Llewellyn › Stats for 2008

  • There are portraits of figures such as Jacques Cousteau and Sir Francis Chichester—on the Gipsy Moth III, with which he set a record for a transatlantic solo trip in 1962—and notable contemporaries such as 'undersea explorer' Robert Ballard, finder of the Titanic, and deep sea oceanographer Sylvia 'Her Deepness' Earle.

    Photo-Op: Sea Worthies

  • So while I can easily name a half-dozen acclaimed novels which fell into my personal blind spot, I will limit myself to two which I was unable to finish: Vernor Vinge's A Fire Upon the Deep and A Deepness in the Sky.

    MIND MELD: Books We Love That Everyone Else Hates (and Vice Versa)

  • Subterranean has started posting my Lovecraftian/industrial dark fantasy “Her Deepness” – the first part is here.

    Livia Llewellyn › Novella: Her Deepness

  • Subterranean has started posting my Lovecraftian/industrial dark fantasy “Her Deepness” – the first part is here.

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