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Harbinger Six years after a drunk driver kills his mother and brother on Halloween night Ellis Herrick awakens to find himself changed by a mysterious power For the next two centuries Ellis pursues answers to

  • Title: Harbinger
  • Author: Jack Skillingstead
  • ISBN: 9780982073032
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • Six years after a drunk driver kills his mother and brother on Halloween night, Ellis Herrick awakens to find himself changed by a mysterious power For the next two centuries Ellis pursues answers to the riddle of his immortality, a journey that takes him from the irredeemable past to the far reaches of outer space and ultimately to the innermost caverns of his woundedSix years after a drunk driver kills his mother and brother on Halloween night, Ellis Herrick awakens to find himself changed by a mysterious power For the next two centuries Ellis pursues answers to the riddle of his immortality, a journey that takes him from the irredeemable past to the far reaches of outer space and ultimately to the innermost caverns of his wounded psyche Harbinger is a novel of adventure, evolution, imperishable love, and the shifting nature of personal reality.

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    822 Comments

    1. First, I m not typically a big reader of SF, but that is changing as I discover masterpieces of literature in the SF genre, like this one I m a big fan of SF movies and TV series, but I m coming at this book with a limited experience of SF books But I think the genre is becoming fluid now anyway Whether this book fits into the genre of SF neatly or not, it is without doubt, excellent literature.Maybe excellent literature in the SF genre is still relatively rare According to one of the accolade [...]


    2. I have to admit to my general disinterest in tales of immortality, which is absolutely a product of the cultural obsession with all manner of vampiric critters, glittering or otherwise But when an author takes on the astonishingly difficult task of trying to tell a story through the eyes of a character who is essentially immortal starting from the moment of discovery and ending many hundreds of years later, it s hard to ignore.Harbinger follows Ellis Herrick, a teenager who has lost his mother a [...]


    3. I only meant to read a few pages and I sat down and I read the whole thing That s how completely engaged I was, right from the start I m not entirely sure I got the whole thing, but I sure enjoyed the ride and I m pretty sure a lot of the ideas and the people and the imagery are going to stick with me for a long while.


    4. Quite good Confusing timeline and lots of assumptions, but may be one of the best depictions of utter loneliness and personal redemption that I ve read.




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