For Whom the Tinker Toils

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Jon is a simple metalsmith and handyman from a small village--until he comes across two mechanized suits of armor their owners no longer appear to need. Then his life changes unexpectedly.

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Words: 5,570
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301011995
About Liam R.W. Doyle

Liam was born and raised primarily in Colorado in the shadows of the Rocky Mountains, with brief adventures in other parts of the country dodging volcanoes and Alaskan mosquitoes. He currently lives in the Midwest with his wife and daughter, a neglected guitar, and too many books crying from the shelves, demanding to be read. He recently earned a Masters Degree in English with a focus on creative writing (yes, come to find out, such a thing actually is possible) and plans to continue on to an MFA or PhD. In the meantime, he has completed his first full-length science fiction novel and is preparing it to be seen by others, finally, without disclaimers and qualifications.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Dec. 15, 2013 :
Well written and enjoyable, makes me want to read some more works by this author.
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Review by: Chris Leamon on Oct. 24, 2012 :
Great little story, really pulls you in and makes you wonder about this world that Jon lives in. The character is well written and makes you want to follow more of Jon's adventures.
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Review by: Willie Wit on Oct. 09, 2012 :
An intriguing and interesting tale that weaves along imaginatively as it explores the main characters simple world, and the unusual incidents that occur within it.
It has an enjoyable quality to it and leaves you with a desire for further exploits.
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Review by: Donald H Sullivan on Sep. 16, 2012 :
Nice short story, well told and well written. We have a backward 18th century village in a far future world, where there are wondrous inventions and machines. It would have been better, I think, if the reader was given an explanation as to why such a village existed in the far future.
But the story moved at a good pace with enough action and adventure to hold the reader's interest.
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