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Apocrypha Sequence: Divinity

3.63  ·  Rating Details ·  8 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Apocrypha Sequence: Divinity explores the fallibility of the gods. Mysterious powers pull humanity's puppet strings, and although these deities may seem wise and benevolent, glimpse through the illusion at their true natures. Imagine the story of Moses and the exodus of the Jews from the perspective of an Egyptian commander who has lost everything to the ten deadly ...more
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Published January 20th 2011
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Sean the Bookonaut
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In Apocrypha Sequence: Divinity, the reader is treated to 5 short pieces of fiction (some of which can be found in his collection Shards) that are thematically linked with the concept of Divinity. Indeed all the Apocrypha Sequence titles are constructed in this way i.e. they are themed.

The Tales

As the title indicates the stories all centre on the divine. Cummings offers a diverse selection for the reader up first is a tale of Ancient Egypt.

In S
Apr 29, 2012 Cameron rated it really liked it
Another solid collection of stories from a very talented author. As the title suggests, these all have a religious theme to them (primarily Christian). They're not as much horror stories, like Deviance, but they do have a rather dark tone. Like the first book in the sequence, the quality of writing is outstanding. I'm very much looking forward to the next one.
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To be safe, I won't be recording my review here until after the AA are over.
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Shane Jiraiya Cummings has been acknowledged as "one of Australia’s leading voices in dark fantasy". Shane is the author of the forthcoming Yokai Wars series (Circle of Tears, Clockwork Legion, and Blight of the Underworld) and the dark fiction books The Abandonment of Grace and Everything After, Shards, the Apocrypha Sequence (Deviance, Divinity, Insanity, and Inferno), and the Ravenous Gods ...more
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