Mr. Stitch

Mr Stitch It is three years after the second launch of the aethership Excelsior the Ettercap War has ended and Trowth has returned to a traumatized semblance of normalcy but is now menaced by an unseen adversa

  • Title: Mr. Stitch
  • Author: Chris Braak
  • ISBN: 9780982888414
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is three years after the second launch of the aethership Excelsior the Ettercap War has ended and Trowth has returned to a traumatized semblance of normalcy, but is now menaced by an unseen adversary A terrifying, merciless hand has seized control of the heresies in Trowth, and is using them to bring down the Empire itself The city s unsung hero diseased, drug addIt is three years after the second launch of the aethership Excelsior the Ettercap War has ended and Trowth has returned to a traumatized semblance of normalcy, but is now menaced by an unseen adversary A terrifying, merciless hand has seized control of the heresies in Trowth, and is using them to bring down the Empire itself The city s unsung hero diseased, drug addicted, Detective Inspector Elijah Beckett is the only man who can save Trowth from herself, but his own mind and body have begun an inexorable spiral into decay, from which he may never be able to recover.

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    One thought on “Mr. Stitch

    1. Mikhail

      As the first, a very good book, though in Mr. Stitch certain flaws that existed in the Translated Man are more visible. World-building continues to be top-notch, characterization is pretty good.The plot, I think, suffers from sprawling too much. It's a good deal more complex than the first book's, and the main characters spend almost the entire book split up. The end result is that too much is going on and it's not particularly clear how things connect together. The pieces do eventually fit, but [...]

    2. Kyle

      This was the sequel to the Translated Man. While I felt it was not quite as good and there were enough grammatical, spell-check-induced errors which were overly noticeable, it was still pretty good. If you liked the first one, then I'd say read it, if you didn't then pass. I also felt like the "word-smithing" was a little overdone which was distracting, but the story was pretty decent (even if I was hoping he was going to write about some more heretical math). I felt part of the allure of the fi [...]

    3. Dan

      It was okay, I mainly enjoyed it as the sequel to The Translated Man, but didn't enjoy it as much. Though I understand the purpose of the device, the hallucinations seemed overused and ended up ruining the rhythm of the narrative for me.

    4. Daniel

      Set in some alternative fantasy universe, not quite steam punk, with it's own rules. Sometimes you get tired of new universes but the writing was good so I overlooked it. Very enjoyable read.

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