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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-add 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.

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. Paperback , pages.

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To ask other readers questions about Mr. Stitch , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Jan 19, Mikhail rated it really liked it. As the first, a very good book, though in Mr.

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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 As the first, a very good book, though in Mr. The pieces do eventually fit, but there are some sections where it simply devolves into a chaotic and confusing mess.

Originally, I am told this was supposed to be a four-book series, but Book 3 never ended up coming out.

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Still, this is a worthy end to the duology. View all 3 comments.

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This is my book. I probably rated it a little higher than I should have? Jan 19, Kyle rated it really liked it. This was the sequel to the Translated Man.

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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. It escalated into war , until a new front opened up when one architect built bridges over a major thoroughfare that went through his property. Soon, people started building on top of the bridges, to the point that it became a massive, towering, constantly constructed city.

Judge, Jury, and Executioner: The Coroners' job description. Keep the Home Fires Burning: Skinner and Karine are only employed by the Coroners because most of the young men are away at war. When the war ends and the men come home, the Government thanks the ladies for their service, boots them out of their jobs and in some cases homes, and establishes a committee to make sure none of them get any dangerously independent ideas. Fitting given the quasi-Edwardian setting.

Beckett and Skinner are almost always referred to by their last names.

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Curiously, however, Valentine goes by his first - possibly because there are so many Vie-Gorgons around that it might cause confusion, or possibly just because it bucks convention. Mad Scientist - the primary targets of the Coroners. Beckett's been hunting them for so long that he can even predict the content of their Evil Gloating. Valentine, Skinner , and many members of the Trowthi aristocracy.

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As he turned to leave, Beckett found the hallway obstructed by the huge, misshapen form of Mr. Silly Reason for War: Beckett sat at his desk and stared. He sat on his heels, his arms wrapped around his knees, as usual. It's a good deal more complex than the first book's, and the main characters spend almost the entire book split up. Beckett's been hunting them for so long that he can even predict the content of their Evil Gloating. I would definitely recommend reading book 1 The Translated Man first.

Despite his considerable power, he has never tampered with history or politics: But the horrors of World War II test his faith. He begins to wonder if the world needs more from his magic than toys and dreams. He sets out to find others like him, legends and myths that have withstood the ages, to ask their help building a world where the innocent will be safe. He finds allies in Peter, a strange creature who is neither rabbit nor man, and the Tooth Fairy, the last of her kind.

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Customer reviews of The Translated Man from Amazon. There was a day reading this that I wanted to be able to read faster, because I wanted it in my brain faster. If you read our books, and you like them, we will happily enjoy some word-of-mouth advertising. If, on the other hand, you do NOT like them, then now, naturally, is the time for respectful silence. In this case, Braak and Holland are perfectly welcome to speak for me: