This book is timeless, with lessons about humanity, the cyclical nature of time, the value of life and religion, and science. Despite bein oppressively dark at times, it also has a sly, subtle sense of humor that becomes more and more compelling with each read through. A classic.
Earth as we know it has been destroyed. The Church has taken it upon themselves to preserve certain orders, we'll follow one such order that dedicates itself to the protection of documents and objects from the old world. Full of religious symbolism and philosophical discourse on the nature of humankind woven into an entertaining story about triumph and failure, you really should give this a try.
an insightful, interesting book that spans several hundred years after a nuclear war decimates all societies on earth. One of the fun parts, to me at least, is seeing how information gets twisted as the ages pass Con: lots of Latin, mostly Catholic prayers