Artificial neural networks in physics
Hyperion Books, 2002
A boy with no name of his own living in 14th-Century loses his mother. Following her death, he discovers his real name, Crispin, and is declared "Wolf's Head, " the medieval version of "Wanted: Dead or Alive." His only option is to leave his village, a dangerous proposition for a boy with no family, no trade, no money, and no idea where to go. He is claimed as a servant by a traveling entertainer, and while his new master may seem harsh at times, he is also a protector who eventually helps Crispin claim his own freedom.
While the draw of this book is firmly rooted in characterization, vivid details of daily living in 14th-Century England make the characters seem realistic. Crispin's first glimpse of a real city astonishes him:
"Pressing in on the crowded, narrow streets were looming walls of close-built buildings, structures two, sometimes three stories high, with slate, not thatch, roofs. These houses were, for the most part, built of timber beams with pale mortar filling in between the wood."
Source: LeAnne's Book Thoughts
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