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Pantheon By Eric Syrdal Pantheon Eric Syrdal s Pantheon is the novel told in free verse that you never knew you needed to read Epic in scope but always deeply rooted in its humanity it defies genres and expectations Pantheon is a th

  • Title: Pantheon
  • Author: Eric Syrdal
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  • Page: 462
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  • Pantheon By Eric Syrdal Eric Syrdal s Pantheon is the novel told in free verse that you never knew you needed to read Epic in scope but always deeply rooted in its humanity, it defies genres and expectations Pantheon is a thrilling philosophical journey exploring the depth and meaning for one passing through a metaphorical world of inner demons and dragons, goddesses of the soul, of warrior an Eric Syrdal s Pantheon is the novel told in free verse that you never knew you needed to read Epic in scope but always deeply rooted in its humanity, it defies genres and expectations Pantheon is a thrilling philosophical journey exploring the depth and meaning for one passing through a metaphorical world of inner demons and dragons, goddesses of the soul, of warrior and poet A journey that crosses boundaries of time, space, and perception I am captured by the intimate revelations of this intuitive and sympathetic protagonist battling the dark ages of his subconscious moving instinctively forward into innerscape, relying upon and exalting the virtue goddesses that guide and deliver him from barbarity and trial by ordeal both physical and spiritually as he transports from one state of being to another, from one point of time to another Holly Rene Hunter Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 426 pages Published September 28th 2018 by Sudden Denouement Publishing More Details ASIN B07HTYYQ8R Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Pantheon, please sign up

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    Pantheon HISTORY Aug , The Pantheon is one of the best preserved monuments of ancient Rome The structure, completed around A.D during the reign of Emperor Hadrian, features a rotunda with a Home Pantheon Pantheon is proud to have been recognized as a leading private markets investor through industry awards and accolades Please see Site Links below to review Awards Methodologies Disclosures. Pantheon Definition, History, Facts Britannica Pantheon, building in Rome that was begun in bc by the statesman Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, probably as a building of the ordinary Classical temple type rectangular with a gabled roof supported Panthon Travel guide

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    1. Tami on said:

      Pantheon is a novel written in free verse, which I find to be a welcome change from the norm Not only does the author know how to use language effectively, but his writing is beautiful and elegant The imagery is powerful, as are the characters The thoughts and feelings evoked by reading Pantheon will stay with you long after you have finished it It is simply amazing There is not enough room here for me to list everything that I love about this book, so you will have to read it for yourself Panth [...]

    2. Candice Daquin on said:

      You have never read something like this before and you won t read something like this again Why Is it possible to be original any Yes This novel proves it It also proves you can combine poetry and prose, history and science fiction and STILL be an incredible work of art This is one of the most intense books I have ever read, I was continually stunned by where the author took the story, you couldn t predict it if you tried all of your life There is nothing unoriginal about this novel, You have ne [...]

    3. Kindra Austin on said:

      To write an entire novel in Free Verse is ambitious and I can t think of anyone better equipped with the written language than Eric Syrdal Pantheon is sophisticated, yet unpretentious, and wholly entertaining Within the pages, myth and science fiction marry, and the relationship is gorgeous Please read Pantheon You will not regret the adventure.

    4. Christine E. on said:

      One of my favorite reads of 2018 It is the novel told in free verse that I never knew I needed to read Epic in scale, genre defying, and beautifully human I was baffled about how Eric Syrdal could possibly wrap the book up at the end, and then he did so, perfectly.

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