Howl's Moving Castle
Publish date: 8 stycznia 2001
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Howl's Moving Castle (#1)
This book reminds me of Neil Gaiman’s Stardust (one of my absolute favorite books), though I can’t exactly articulate why. It has little to do with the nature of Calcifer and Yvaine, and more to do with portals to other realms (the castle doors; the gap in the wall). Howl amuses me; he was a rugby p...
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-CycleI absolutely loved this book. I was hooked from the first page and with every paragraph it just got better and better.Going into it, I didn't really know what to expect, but I am so glad I finally read this. It is a wonderful, spell-binding story fille...
I was first introduced to this tale in movie form, however, to my great pleasure I stumbled across it at the book store on April Fool's day. To say I had to pinch myself to make sure I was not being tricked is an understatement. I whisked it to the front desk to purchase immediately and could not pu...
So much imagination. This is unlike anything I've read. I'm impressed. It totally kept my attention, and I'm an adult. Reading this as a kid must be out of this world amazing. It's great for anyone who can read, adults and kids of all ages. There's lots of magic and a great cast.
This is a great fantasy book. This is the story of Sophie, a girl who is all set to live out her dull fate as the oldest daughter until she meets the wizard Howl. After that everything is turned upside down as she is turned into an old woman by the Wicked Witch of the Waste and becomes Howl's housek...