The Stress of Her Regard
Publish date: June 1st 1991
Pages no: 470
Edition language: English
One of Powers' earlier works, for me, this pales by comparison to Declare, Last Call, Expiration Date, On Stranger Tides, etc.. Interesting take on vampirism but I found the plot pacing and character focus was uneven. Still worth a read and it's fun reading about Byron, Shelley, and their peers.
GR just deleted my review when I made a star rating! So I'm not going to bother writing it again except to say that this book is CREEPY!
”Quaff while thou canst: another race,When thou and thine, like me, are sped,May rescue thee from Earth’s embrace,And rhyme and revel with the dead. -Lord Byron “Lines Inscribed upon a Cup Formed f...
If you have yet to discover Powers, what a treat awaits you! For those of you who have read his earlier work, such as The Anubis Gates and On Stranger Tides, I know I'll be preaching to the converted when I say that Powers is one of the most exciting authors writing fantasy today. He is one of the p...
On the plus side, I'm starting to enjoy the Powers thing of taking some known historical characters and events and weaving an outrageous story around the interstices. I used to own a book about writing called "Telling Lies for Fun and Profit," (good book btw), and I think the Tim Powers book about ...