Epitaph in Rust

Epitaph in Rust When Brother Thomas tries sky fishing from the monastery roof he knows he is breaking the law but the few risks seem a small price to escape the stifling boredom of his cloistered life What he doesn

  • Title: Epitaph in Rust
  • Author: Tim Powers
  • ISBN: 9780373720477
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2019-05-09T03:44:41+00:00

    When Brother Thomas tries sky fishing from the monastery roof he knows he is breaking the law, but the few risks seem a small price to escape the stifling boredom of his cloistered life What he doesn t understand is why his insignificant brush with the law makes him the object of a massive manhunt and triggers off such a dramatic chain of events Certainly he achieves hisWhen Brother Thomas tries sky fishing from the monastery roof he knows he is breaking the law, but the few risks seem a small price to escape the stifling boredom of his cloistered life What he doesn t understand is why his insignificant brush with the law makes him the object of a massive manhunt and triggers off such a dramatic chain of events Certainly he achieves his aim and finds the excitement he craves but in the process the lives of everyone around him change as well.

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    • James says:

      A nice enough diversion that never really coheres into anything very interesting- it especially stumbles in the last few pages where Powers rushed a ton of stuff together. It's not as good as his first novel, Forsake the Sky, but it does show the promise of what he would achieve later. Recommended for Tim Powers fans only.

    • The says:

      SlightThis is very different from Power’s later books. It was written when he was pretty young and it really does show its age. It is very episodic and apart from all the drinking it could be a Young Adult or Children’s book.There are a few flashes of humour but the book is very slight.He has written some fantastic books but I really wouldn’t recommend this especially at the current price.

    • David says:

      What I liked about this book - it mentions William Ashbless from The Anubis GatesWhat I disliked about this book - 99 44⁄100% of it.

    • Sarah says:

      I knew this wasn't going to be the best book ever, but I'm a completist! I was surprised how close the plot and characters are to Forsake the Sky.

    • Phil Zimmerman says:

      A rather run of the mill story of a monk who ran away from the monestary and started drinking alot and lead a revolution. Totally crazy and not a typical Tim Powers tale.

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