Bearing An Hourglass

Bearing An Hourglass

Book - 1984
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When life seemed pointless to Norton, he accepted the position as the Incarnation of Time, even though it meant living backward from present to past. The other seemingly all-powerful incantations of Immortality--Death, Fate, War, and Nature--made him welcome. Even Satan greeted him with gifts. But he soon discovered that the gifts were cunning traps and he had become enmeshed in a complex scheme of the Evil One to destroy all that was good....
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, c1984
Edition: 1st mass market ed
Description: 372 p. ; 18 cm
ISBN: 9780345313157
Branch Call Number: Anth

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mammothhawk229e
Mar 22, 2017

Thoughtful logical book.
VPL needs a new copy.

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jmdeinken
Mar 01, 2013

Listened to this story on audio book--George Guidall is an amazing narrator for this series!! So on to my review--the first two disks were a 10 out of 10 for me!! Then, not so good--the next 2 disks were too much Sci Fi for me, and the space man kept coming back, although his second appearance I found more enjoyable. Also too much physics and theory of relativity. The last couple disks turned around and I LOVED the ending!! Overall a 7 out of 10 for me.

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