Tiny Instruments is the heart-wrenching story of Timothy Cottard, a genetically enhanced being based on the DNA of a great scientist - a being that wants nothing more than to be human.
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The narrative is as beautiful as the story itself. I've written a full review for the paperback edition of Tiny Instruments. The same holds, here as well. I can't imagine someone who won't fall in love with Tc5. The creativity is really detailed. Aside from being a story that is moving, it builds a world that really draws the reader in. Though the story is self contained and does offer a resolution, I wouldn't mind reading a part 2 of this. Highly recommended.
I could compare it's exploration of human behavior to the Hobbit, though I like this one more to be frank. I know that's a bold statement, but that's just what I think. The writing is in a league of its own. I haven't come across such quality in a really long time and I would not hesitate to mention this author in the same vein as some of the greats.
Well, I recognized the beauty of the writing when I read the book very early on, but Phil Mayes' voice narration really amplified that quality. The prose is so lyrical and elegant. Like I said, music to the ears.
Many. I don't want to ruin any part of the book for a new reader, so I will refrain from giving specifics. But there were many. All I will say is that you will cry.
Really looking forward to another work from this author.
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