Faerie Tale: A Novel of Terror and Fantasy
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 15th 1989
Pages no: 490
Edition language: English
You know what,at first I wasn't sure I would like this book but,it made for an interesting if not somewhat frightening read.
Having read Faerie Tale in my early teens I was interested in rereading it for a new perspective. It's still the most literal fairy based story I ever read. Lacking even Grimm's polish Fiest goes back to the old Celtic mythology with all it's fascinating ugliness. The story has a dozen characters wi...
Other than the first three books of the Riftwar Saga, this is the only other book of Feist's that I have read and I must say that it is on a completely different level to what I was used to from this author. As can by seen from the title of this book this is not a fairy tale, far from it. In ...
I used to like Feist when I was in my teens, but got quickly annoyed when formula writing got the better of him and he started pooping out two uninspired books a year. That being said, Faerie Tale is different from his usual works. I was actually pleasantly surprised by this piece of dark fantasy, w...
I am shelving this with my other facetious "to-not-read-ever" reviews, even though I have nothing against the book. My parents owned a copy of it when I was very young and I was always fascinated and creeped out by the evocative cover with the lost shoe and the smear of blood. I spotted a used copy ...
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