The Ascendance Protocol: Endeavour

  • Title: The Ascendance Protocol: Endeavour
  • Author: Chris Scott
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Ascendance Protocol: Endeavour Best Download || [Chris Scott] - The Ascendance Protocol: Endeavour, The Ascendance Protocol Endeavour Commander Dante a veteran of the Black Guard is violently thrown into a war he neither wanted nor could have ever prepared for The battle forces him to question all he has known fighting against th
    The Ascendance Protocol: Endeavour Best Download || [Chris Scott] - The Ascendance Protocol: Endeavour, The Ascendance Protocol Endeavour Commander Dante a veteran of the Black Guard is violently thrown into a war he neither wanted nor could have ever prepared for The battle forces him to question all he has known fighting against th

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    The Ascendance Protocol: Endeavour

    About Chris Scott


    1. Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.Born in Hull, Yorkshire, England, he was educated at the University of Hull B.A 1966 , Manchester University M.A 1967 , and then at the University of Pennsylvania After a period of teaching at York University, Toronto, he moved to a small town north of Kingston.Scott unleashed his formidable literary learning in Bartleby 1971 , an anti novel, in which the reader is guided by a Shandean narrator through a series of intricate, clever literary parodies Much of the novel turns on literary puns and references To catch a spy 1978 takes the delicate convolutions of the Le Carr thriller a step further towards a world in which the doubleness of agents is both assumed and unprovable The plot is a fictional response to the Burgess MacLean Philby spy scandals of the Cold War years that moves towards a meditation on the necessity of living with borrowed faiths and contingent truths in the face of an inscrutable divinity Antichthon 1982 , a historical novel, continues where the spy novel left off, exploring the universal suspicion in the Renaissance world of casuistry and the Inquisition in which Giordano Bruno is burnt as a heretic Like the previous novel, it centres on a fictional death, whose reality is called into question, making truth itself the subtlest corrosive in a corrupt world Scott s concept of the suppleness of truth underlies the vitality he has brought to two otherwise hackneyed genres the espionage novel and the historical novel.Read


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    1. I read this book before publication, as a beta reader I am not going to release spoilers however The author is not the person who this book has been linked to Anyway I digress As someone who doesn t generally enjoy sci fi, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I loved it There are some parts which leave you hanging on the edge of your seat Just enough emotional moments to press the right buttons, as well as a decent amount of action too There are some moments where you read it and just think H [...]

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