BOOK OF HOURS: A wordless novel told in 99 wood engravings




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Published on Feb 8, 2012

The Book of Hours
A wordless narrative told in 99 wood engravings
By George A. Walker

The world is now split into two timelines; the world before 911 and the world after. The book of Hours takes place in New York city from September 10th 2001 until the morning of September 11th. We see the office workers of the twin towers as they go about an average day unaware of the history they will make and the life changing world that will follow. No words can describe the impact of such devastating transformation that day marks in our history.


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