A Calculus of Angels (The Age of Unreason, Book 2) by J. Gregory Keyes

By J. Gregory Keyes

1722: A moment darkish Age looms. An asteroid has devastated the Earth, known as down through dire creatures who plot opposed to the area of guys. The brilliant-- a few say mad--Isaac Newton has taken shelter in historic Prague. There, along with his younger apprentice Ben Franklin, he plumbs the secrets and techniques of the aetheric beings who've so approximately destroyed humanity.But their protection is tenuous. Peter the nice marches his unstoppable forces throughout Europe. And part an international away, Cotton Mather and Blackbeard the pirate gather a celebration of colonial luminaries to go the Atlantic and detect what has befallen the previous international. With them sails purple sneakers, a Choctaw shaman whose mysterious connections to the invisible international warn him that they're all relocating towards a disagreement as violent because it is decisive . . .

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He gritted his teeth at the pain in his arm, hoping his sword was held in a way that conveyed at least some competence. “You mistake us, sir,” the blue-eyed man said, edging a bit closer. ” One of the other men grunted a word in what Ben was now absolutely certain was Russian. The small man snapped back in the same language. ” Ben called. “Indeed, sir. ” “Of course. But as I said, this show of steel and pistol is unwarranted. ” “I am quite sure you did,” Ben replied. ” “I would prefer—” “Come and see me at the castle,” Ben interrupted.

What could do such a thin‘? ” Tug shivered. He looked shyly at Mather. “Reverend,” he said, “I do repent of my earlier blasphemy. ” “No, sair. But as you’re the only man of God hereabouts…” The rest of them waited while the two of them and the governor’s men prayed. SaintPierre, apart from the rest, prayed as well, fingering his rosary while his companion Renard merely rolled his eyes heavenward. Nairne folded his arms impatiently and joined Red Shoes in contemplating the strange horizon. It was hard work reaching the summit, and in some places would have been impossible.

If there is some way I can compensate you…” “I must admit,” Frisk said, “that my decision to aid you was not without some selfinterest. As I said, I gathered from your would-be attackers that you were men of no small importance…” Robert chuckled. “We are not so important as we think we are,” he joked, glancing meaningfully at Ben. Robert didn’t trust the fellow either. Still, if he was honest, they did owe the man a debt. If he wasn’t, it might be better to have him near, where his movements could be watched, rather than plotting unseen in the deeper labyrinth of Prague.

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