The Lost Machine

The Lost Machine In a wasteland ravaged by plague Lumsden Moss steps out of a decaying prison Armed with a satchel of yellowed notebooks containing the fragile memories of five murdered children he is determined to

  • Title: The Lost Machine
  • Author: Richard A. Kirk Mike Mignola
  • ISBN: 9780986653506
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a wasteland ravaged by plague, Lumsden Moss steps out of a decaying prison Armed with a satchel of yellowed notebooks containing the fragile memories of five murdered children, he is determined to track down and confront their killer Lumsden, accompanied by a stranger, begins a long journey to the vast City of Steps where he is forced to confront the horrors of the paIn a wasteland ravaged by plague, Lumsden Moss steps out of a decaying prison Armed with a satchel of yellowed notebooks containing the fragile memories of five murdered children, he is determined to track down and confront their killer Lumsden, accompanied by a stranger, begins a long journey to the vast City of Steps where he is forced to confront the horrors of the past and present.

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    1. Richard not only knows how to weave beautiful illustrations but also, dark tales. This one follows the journey of Lumsden Moss, whose journey is a lot like our own. We set out in the world to unfamiliar and wild places with nothing but ourselves and pieces of memory for guidance. We meet strangers and sometimes they helpother times, they are not who we think they are. Read this. You will not be disappointed.

    2. "Life, he thought, is a series of nested prisons. Escape one, and emerge into another."A man named Moss leaves prison and travels across a post apocalyptic landscape populated with AIs and witches. A somewhat surreal journey including interesting illustrations. The first chapter drew me in, but I'd lost interest by the end. It felt too wordy at times.

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