Tancredi

Tancredi Tancredi is born on the same day that scientists discover a small planet they jokingly call Surprise A planet so insignificant that it went unnoticed for millennia reveals on closer inspection that

  • Title: Tancredi
  • Author: James Palumbo
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tancredi is born on the same day that scientists discover a small planet they jokingly call Surprise A planet so insignificant that it went unnoticed for millennia reveals, on closer inspection, that it will develop into supernova and is destined to be the instrument of Armageddon across the Universe.Made rich by his invention of the MoronOmeter, Tancredi decides to makeTancredi is born on the same day that scientists discover a small planet they jokingly call Surprise A planet so insignificant that it went unnoticed for millennia reveals, on closer inspection, that it will develop into supernova and is destined to be the instrument of Armageddon across the Universe.Made rich by his invention of the MoronOmeter, Tancredi decides to make it his mission to save the world and buys a ticket on a space ship making its maiden voyage to the stars.Beautifully illustrated and reminiscent of Gulliver s Travels and The Little Prince, Tancredi is in turn shocking and profound, undercut with the dark humour that made Tomas so scandalous and successful.

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    2 thoughts on “Tancredi

    1. James Palumbo Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Tancredi book, this is one of the most wanted James Palumbo author readers around the world.

    2. This review was originally published at: bartsbookshelfI bought this one last time I was down in London, I was immediately drawn in by the synopis and gorgous presentation (good quality paper, slip-cover even though it’s a paperback, and some wonderful illustrations scattered thoughout. I though I’d found myself a little gem!… And the I spotted the ratings in a few places and my heart fell. It seemed to score quite poorly in most place. in direct comparison to the platitudes on the back (w [...]

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