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The Architect: A Tale by John Scott
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The Architect: A Tale

by John Scott

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Two architects: Andrew Martin, a ft?ed young Australian whose success has come early, and Johannes Von Ruhland, an aging genius who draws with the hand of God but whose work has never been realised. When Martin finally meets the mythic Von Ruhland on a trip to Berlin, it is a dream fulfilled, but once that dream is brought back to Australia it jeopardises his marriage and divides his friends. Martin returns to Berlin where he is increasingly drawn into the labyrinth of Von Ruhland's world. And when the master architect proposes a daring collaboration, the consequences are as profound as they are unforeseeable...… (more)

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