The Writing in the Stone

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  • Paperback
  • The Writing in the Stone
  • Irving Finkel
  • 19 March 2018
  • 191148706X

About the Author: Irving Finkel

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The Writing in the Stone The landscape of this dark and powerful story is the ancient world of Assyria some 3000 years ago, a time when writing was in the world s oldest script, cuneiform, and the domination of unseen forces firmly in the hands of the state s leading Exorcist In the capital, Nineveh, resides a deep and complex man, the power behind the King of the World Faced with unforeseen disaster that threatens his authority, he emerges as a psychopathic killer The author uses his familiarity with ancient writings preserved in the world s museums to recreate a vanished world in which those who step from the shadows in ruthless violence to pursue ultimate control show themselves at the same time to be disconcertingly human The tight prose and graphic illustrations make this a gripping and unusual tale not of this world, but at the same time weirdly familiar. Download The Writing in the Stone – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Writing in the Stone

  1. Mateen Ar says:

    A very easy to read book about a tablet with mystery writing The book clearly reflects the author s love of mysteries and mystery writing There were a good number of hidden references to ancient Mesopotamia but I found it too ...

  2. Mel says:

    This was a very interesting story of Magic and murder in ancient Babylon Written by a man whose one of the leading experts in the field It was wonderful to read a story with an ancient setting that you knew was done so accurately Here was a glimpse of magic, beliefs and people s lives from thousands of years ago The story s theme was about the magic of writing, and how that gave you power I really liked it Except for the repeated and unnecessary rapes done by the cook character In a story This was a very interesting story of Magic and murder in ancient Babylon Written by a man whose one of the leading experts in the field It was wonderful to read a story with an ancient setting that you knew was done so accurately Here was a glimpse of magic, beliefs and people s lives from thousands of years ago The story s theme was about the magic of writing, and how that gave you power I really liked it Except for the repeated and unnecessary rapes done by the cook character In a story without women, having women show up, simply to be raped to death, and in one case, a child raped to death and then her corpse was left impaled on the guy s dick and had to be cut off Really that was totally unnecessary It also told us nothing about the culture and history The scenes of necromancy were gruesome, but consistent within the story and we...

  3. Krissi Hill says:

    Not for the faint hearted, but I absolutely loved this Mesopotamian horror story by Irving Finkel I ve read his children s books, Miss Barbellion and The Last Resort Library, but haven t tried his adult fiction before I was not disappointed The writing was as enthralling as ever and left me feeling like I d stepped straight into Ancient Assyria ...

  4. Wilfred Matthews Duggan says:

    First time reading a book by the fascinating Irving Finkel, keeper of ancient scripts at the British Museum This book is beautifully put together with lovely illustrations at the beginning of each chapter and short sente...

  5. Emily Boycott says:

    This book was Bizarre But curious The plot was odd, the description was disturbing at times, but it was a new experience.