Piercing the Elastic Limit - an Epic Fable (2015 new edition)

Piercing the Elastic Limit - an Epic Fable (2015 new edition)

by Howard Loring

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Overview

PIERCING the ELASTIC LIMIT, (2015 new edition) the second astounding EPIC FABLE from master storyteller HOWARD LORING, traces the determined actions of the mysterious but compelling ‘Old Man beyond the Portal,’ as he and his redheaded assistant pursue their secretive Mandate to rescue the imperiled planet’s future. A page turning quest spanning the ages, once more this elusive author employs the simple FABLE to reveal a vast and griping EPIC adventure through time and space, portraying with penetrating insight authentic lives of genuine historic figures including Aristocrat Julius Caesar, Writer Christopher Marlowe and Master Musician Robert Schumann, to name but a few. Filled with high intrigue and escalating excitement, this engaging EPIC FABLE surpasses the reader’s imagination yet again, transporting them into a formerly hidden and baffling realm of reality, all by PIERCING the ELASTIC LIMIT.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044358621
Publisher: Howard Loring
Publication date: 03/05/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 261 KB

About the Author

Howard Loring, at present trapped within the elusive ELASTIC LIMIT, is a pen name of the author who currently resides in the southeastern United States of America, on planet Earth.

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Piercing the Elastic Limit - An Epic Fable 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DarkFall01 More than 1 year ago
Phenomenal book! I loved it. As Lance mentioned in his review, at first, the stories seem random and disjointed, telling the story of the characters through different points in time. There seems to be no way of connecting each of the timelines in the book. You figure out though that there are characters that are common and you start to connect. I felt the book got more and more interesting as I continued reading. The last third of the book is when everything made sense. The suspense didn't allow me to put the book down (that's rare for me). To me it was like the writer build up the book from the first page to reach the last third of the book. Howard's writing style kept the book interesting, including many historic facts about the characters in between the story. This is one of the most creative books I've read.