The Most Important Thing Right Now!
Spanning a thousand years, Irrational Numbers is the story of four people whose disparate hungers — for knowledge, for freedom, for power and to be remembered — led them to a deluge of bloodshed and anger.
Pythagoras was a skillful mathematician and philosopher who saw something special in a rebellious slave named Zalmoxis. Together they traveled the ancient world looking for answers, and along the way they were joined by another freed slave and a powerful priestess of Hecate, and together they founded a nation that stretched across centuries and a legacy that was a blight on mankind.
I learned a lot writing this book, both in terms of history (I know much more about Romania than I ever expected) and process. I'm enormously proud.
How about another look at the zero issue's first four pages? Here we go!