The Knights of the Cornerstone

The Knights of the Cornerstone

Book - 2008
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When Calvin Bryson visits his aunt and uncle, he learns that their small California town is harboring some strange secrets--including a modern-day incarnation of the legendary Knights Templar.
Publisher: New York : Ace Books, 2008.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780441016532
Branch Call Number: BLA
Characteristics: 294 pages ; 22 cm


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Jun 10, 2013

Knights Templar in a trailer park on the banks of the Colorado river? It only gets wilder from here. A great fantasy from the great James Blaylock, who mingles whimsy, imagination, and love for the overlooked joys of everyday life. There is intrigue, suspense and a little romance, but also passages like the one where a Knight instructs our hero in how to make sure a casserole is even better the second day (replace the potato chips in the topping before you reheat it.) Blaylock is obviously a disciple of Chesterton and Robert Louis Stevenson, but he avoids flashy prose in favour of sly, back-porch story-telling. His hero, a vague and comfort-loving cartoonist at the end of his youth, is an enjoyable companion along a trip into the mysteries of the Veil of Veronica, the Temple of Solomon, and a lost silver mine to rival the Comstock lode.

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