That, Which Clouds the Soul

That Which Clouds the Soul The Pious Commonwealth rules within the walls of The City All is well for those who abide by their rules and laws Those who don t have much to fear however Not only will they have to answer to The P

  • Title: That, Which Clouds the Soul
  • Author: Nicolas Ryan Moore
  • ISBN: 9780692869109
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Pious Commonwealth rules within the walls of The City All is well for those who abide by their rules and laws Those who don t, have much to fear, however Not only will they have to answer to The Pious Commonwealth, but they will have to answer to The Holy Being, above them That fear keeps them in line That fear runs The City.In Nicolas Ryan Moore s debut novella,The Pious Commonwealth rules within the walls of The City All is well for those who abide by their rules and laws Those who don t, have much to fear, however Not only will they have to answer to The Pious Commonwealth, but they will have to answer to The Holy Being, above them That fear keeps them in line That fear runs The City.In Nicolas Ryan Moore s debut novella, we follow a man and a woman as they are paired together in a controlled society and attempt to get by, day to day, only to start seeing that perhaps there are cracks in the world they live in.

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  • Nicolas Ryan Moore

    Nicolas Ryan Moore is a ball peen hammer made of licorice sticks He is a grilled cheese sandwich with the crust cut off, a small bowl of tomato bisque on the side If you could hear the sound of a hummingbird s wings underwater, as it struggled for breath, trying to surface, yet unable to tell up from down, that would be him He is strange He is sad sometimes He is insecure, yet self involved He is a writer He is an editor He lives in the Pacific Northwest.

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  • This book is a wonderful and quick dystopian read. When I turned the last page I felt dismayed that it was over! I actually flipped between the last pages searching for a continuation. Part of me hopes there will be a sequel, but part of me really loves where the author ended the story. The novel is a commentary on the negative aspects of religion, specifically Catholicism. The author conveys an environment of guilt, shame, and suppression of curiosity, imagination, and truth in a truly artistic [...]


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