Tales From the Bitface (Posts about ink)https://devilgate.org/enContents © 2020 <a href=”mailto:martin@devilgate.org”>Martin McCallion</a> Thu, 11 Jun 2020 11:57:39 GMTNikola (getnikola.com)http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rssInk, by Hal Duncan (Books 2007, 3)https://devilgate.org/blog/2007/09/01/ink-by-hal-duncan-books-2007-3/Martin McCallion<div><p></p><p>So, <cite>The Book of All Hours</cite> is finished. And fine, fine stuff it is, too. This volume seems somehow more polished than <a href=”http://devilgate.org/blog/2006/12/11/book-notes-17-vellum-by-hal-duncan/”>the first</a> , but perhaps not as exciting, as <em>startling</em>.</p> <p>The story is brought to a conclusion of sorts, but as you might expect, it’s ambiguous, open to interpretation. This is, of course, not a bad thing: in fact, I thoroughly approve.</p> <p>I’m not, though, going to try to give any details of it, or to explain what it ls about; just read it: it’s great.</p></div>Booksbooks 2007Hal Duncaninksfthe book of all hoursvelumhttps://devilgate.org/blog/2007/09/01/ink-by-hal-duncan-books-2007-3/Sat, 01 Sep 2007 13:12:57 GMT