An epic novel of art, time-travel, love, and plague.
Edwin was 18 years old when he entered the forest and was shocked by the beauty of the wilderness. Suddenly he hears the notes of a viola echo in an airship terminal.
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A famous author named Olive Llewellyn was on a book tour two hundred years ago. She’s traveling all over Earth, and her home is the second moon colony, a beautiful place of white stone, tall spires, and artificial beauty. Within the text of the best-selling novel by Olive, there is a strange passage: A musician plays his violin for change at an airship terminal as trees of a forest rise above him.
“The acclaimed author of Station Eleven and The Glass Hotel, returns with a new book that explores human history through the lens of art, time, and love.”
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