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"As in Gifts and Voices, Le Guin's storytelling talents and dry humor shine through in Powers, leavening the somberness of its theme: the nature of power, both individual and collective, liberating and oppressive. After a gifted young house slave's sister is killed, he is propelled into a quest for a better life and 'a freedom we could not imagine.' Gav's homecoming, to a place not his home, is genuinely moving."