By Anthony Mail
Release Date: September 28, 2021
Ancient Greek manuscript connects the past, present and future of mankind.
“A stranger, whoever you are, open it to learn what will amaze youAntonius Diogenes wrote at the end of the first century AD – and thousands of years later, the Pulitzer Prize winner Dorer is his worthy successor. A nature that transcends the boundaries of time and space.The protagonist of the original story is Athens, a shepherd whose dream of escaping to heaven in heaven leads to a wild series of adventures in the bodies of beasts, fish and birds.The story of Athens was first found by Anna in 15th century Constantinople; She learned ancient Greek from an elderly scholar. Umair, a rural boy of the time, was rejected by the world because of his cleft lip – but forms the deepest connections with his beautiful bulls, moonlight and tree. , Idaho, finds peace in working on a recently restored translation of Diogenes’ manuscript. In the first pages of the book and continues to tick all the way.) On a ship A space called Argos In preparation for Beta Oph2 in Mission 65, a teenage girl named Constance is disabled in an airtight room with a computer named Sybil. How could she come across Zeno’s translation? This is just one of the many narrative miracles the author performed when he brought a story from the first century to its end in 2146.
When the pieces of this magical literary puzzle connect to each other, the flicker of hope awakens to our lowly world.
Pub Date: September 28, 2021
Page count: 656
Review published online: June 29, 2021
Kirkus review issue: 15 July 2021
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