The Eye of Erasmus: Erasmus the Omnipotent

The Eye of Erasmus Erasmus the Omnipotent The Eye of Erasmus is the first of a series of four inter related fables about time and fate told in Teresa Geering s characteristic hypnotic prose It tells of Erasmus a baby born during a thunder s

  • Title: The Eye of Erasmus: Erasmus the Omnipotent
  • Author: T K Geering
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Eye of Erasmus: Erasmus the Omnipotent

    The Eye of Erasmus is the first of a series of four inter related fables about time and fate, told in Teresa Geering s characteristic hypnotic prose It tells of Erasmus, a baby born during a thunder storm, who is clearly destined to be special, with his flashing black eyes and haughty ways, until he finds love The trouble is that the girl literally of his dreams hasn The Eye of Erasmus is the first of a series of four inter related fables about time and fate, told in Teresa Geering s characteristic hypnotic prose It tells of Erasmus, a baby born during a thunder storm, who is clearly destined to be special, with his flashing black eyes and haughty ways, until he finds love The trouble is that the girl literally of his dreams hasn t actually been born yet No problem Oh, but there is Danger lurks The Eye of Erasmus is a tale gently and beautifully told Like the Harry Potter novels, it is a book that readers of all ages will enjoy It is definitely a book that I will read again and again, George Polley, author of The Old Man The Monkey and Grandfather and the Raven.

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    1. Carrie Slager

      [Full disclosure: I received a free print copy of this book from Teresa Geering in exchange for an honest review.]I had mixed feelings about The Eye of Erasmus, but not necessarily in a bad way. My feelings were more of “That was good, but it could have been much better.” I’ll explain.The Eye of Erasmus was sort of told in an omniscient point of view, but unfortunately that means that we’re being told everything rather than shown it. We’re told how Erasmus and Shasta feel and the narra [...]

    2. Mandy

      Teresa Geering has created a wonderful world in which Erasmus and Shasta share a love which travels through time. Erasmus does not live in Shasta’s time but spies her through a vision and feels a pull towards her strong enough for him to do whatever he has to do to place him in her time. Shasta falls in love with Erasmus and a beautiful romance is born. After all, we know the saying that loves knows no bounds and in this case the bounds are stretched a little further than in the conventional s [...]

    3. K.C. Hilton

      Geering writes a tale that will leave you wanting more.The story revolves around Erasmus, who was born during a storm and at the same time, in another time, a girl named Shasta was born. Through time travel they were able to meet. Did fate have a hand in their destiny? Would you change your life and risk it for love? The story had several surprises and twists that held my attention until the very end. I simply couldn't put it down. I often found myself trying to guess the outcome. This story was [...]

    4. K.C. Hilton

      Geering writes a tale that will leave you wanting more.The story revolves around Erasmus, who was born during a storm and at the same time, in another time, a girl named Shasta was born. Through time travel they were able to meet. Did fate have a hand in their destiny? Would you change your life and risk it for love? The story had several surprises and twists that held my attention until the very end. I simply couldn't put it down. I often found myself trying to guess the outcome. This story was [...]

    5. Charleen

      was almost like u were writing this for ur dissertation then realised ud only got 1 day left to finish it. way too rushed just hate it when stories end funny like this. was readable tho n started off good

    6. Lyndaa

      I thought the way it ended was quite clever and the kind of thing that would drive me nuts if I thought about it for too long. For me it was too rushed and insubstantial. I felt like I was reading the outline of a story, there wasn't enough detail and the characters just didn't come to life.

    7. Tim Roux

      This is a real shaggy dog story of a book. You just get sucked in by the writing. Is it going anywhere? Who knows? Who cares? The journey is so mesmerising.Is there a punchline?There is.

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