What an original and powerful book! Worth a read!
This work, at first glance, appears to be a fantasy and science fiction novel, but it transcends those genres in so many ways. We do follow the gripping story of Haldor trying to save his little home, but then we are lurched out of the everyday world into countless beautiful dimensions, filled with surprising characters, such as XW3, who experiences ten dimensions of time at once, and Lucan, who is half-woman, half-man, and half dragon, and so much more! This book deals with deep issues, such as the nature of time and the concept of thought and illusion. It is almost like reading Faulkner's fictional account of Heidegger's 'Being and Time.' Destined to be a lasting piece of literature.
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