I enjoyed reading the comic book on an eReader very much, something I didn't think would.
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After Scott read Lord Byron’s poetry he figured he’ll never be as good, so he simply stopped writing poems.
Bernie Karp, a 15 year old couch potato, son to a successful businessman in Memphis, TN accidentally stumbles upon a froze rabbi in the basement's freezer. When asked, Bernie's father explains that: ". “Some people got taxidermied pets in the attic, we got a frozen rabbi in the basement. It’s a family tradition."
An assumptive mind would presume the conversion from video game to book, is likely to be the more interesting adaptation, as the video games plot lays the foundation, leaving the author to fill in the proverbial gaps.
I found the author’s explanation about buildings, how technology developed to make the buildings stronger, very interesting. The historical fiction aspect of the novel, how people lived, worked and acted during the 12th Century England, was also engaging.
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In 1958 Mr. Aldiss was voted as Most Promising New Author at the Word Science Fiction Convention.
My boy loved the book and listened intently to the trials and tribulations of Little Willey, the protagonist. He had an easy time following the narrative and found the story gripping.