Duncan, Hal -- Vellum

Very eccentric ramble through a Greater Universe with an Eternal War. Characters drift from one setting and role to another. There seems to be an overall plot, but it's hard to pin down, particularly since this is only the first half of the story. I liked it for its mix of Miltonian and modern-punk tropes: angels in a tattoo parlor, being etched with Enochian symbols of power. This also conveys the unbounded infinity of the Greater Universe better than anybody since Zelazny. However, I suspect it's a love-it-or-bored-by-it book.

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