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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

The University of Corporeal & Ethereal Studies Review


The University of Corporeal & Ethereal Studies tour

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At the University of Corporeal & Ethereal Studies meddling with unknown powers can be dangerous work. Courses in arts and sciences experiment with supernatural forces to solve the mysteries of the universe, but when school projects go awry, the students may discover more than they would like to about the madness of the cosmic 'Beyond'. Eight interwoven stories follow students whose school work, social lives and inner demons crash together, leading to fantastic and horrible experiences, supernatural powers, and a fuller understanding of the dark depths of their world. Classes include subjects such as time travel, alchemy, oneironautics , psychedelic transformation, rogue automatons, cosmic ghosts, reality-warping crystals, and more. Inspired by many authors of science fiction, fantasy and horror, including H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, J.K. Rowling, Neil Gaiman, William Gibson, Kurt Vonnegut and Isaac Asimov. 

 Buy on Amazon / Nook / Book Baby Wolfgang Edwards was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1987. He has been an aspiring writer since he was a child and intends to keep writing the rest of his life.

Review

This was a very entertaining read. I can honestly say this is one of the more original books I have read in quite a while. The stories in this novel are seperate but intertwined. This book would be hard to put just one label on. Steam punk, sci-fi, fantasy and horror all combine for a perfect recipe of attention grabbing storylines and characters. The chracters are well developed and the storylines kept me reading late into the night to find out what happened. I would recommend this book to anyone looking to lose several hours, or even days, in a great book.

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