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Jonathan Carroll
Biography,free downloadable stories, screenplays, daily blog and other relevant information available at www.jonathancarroll.com show more



Biography,free downloadable stories, screenplays, daily blog and other relevant information available at www.jonathancarroll.com

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Birth date: January 26, 1949
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World of Kammbia
World of Kammbia rated it 4 years ago
I mentioned in my previous review that I have spent the last month of year reading three novels by Jonathan Carroll. Glass Soup is the second of the Carroll novels and I will be posting a review on The Wooden Sea by the end of the year. These Carroll novels have given me a new perspective towards th...
World of Kammbia
World of Kammbia rated it 4 years ago
I’ve spent the last month of 2015 reading three novels by Jonathan Carroll. The Wooden Sea is the third of the Carroll novels I’ve read. You can look at the reviews of the other two Carroll novels: White Apples and Glass Soup here. I will admit after reading these novels that Jonathan Carroll has j...
World of Kammbia
World of Kammbia rated it 4 years ago
I have spent the last several weeks reading three novels from Jonathan Carroll. This review of White Apples is the first of the Carroll novels I’ve read. I had never heard of Jonathan Carroll before reading this post from Neil Gaiman about him. Besides Gaiman, he has been endorsed by novelists as...
calisoleil
calisoleil rated it 5 years ago
Meh. Kinda simplistic writing. Unimpressed. This is the second... or maybe third, J. Carroll book I've read or tried to read... I don't think I need try anymore.
Bry's Bountiful Book Blog
Bry's Bountiful Book Blog rated it 5 years ago
This was a fairly disappointing read for me, because I was very impressed with The Land Of Laughs. In a lot of ways, Voice Of Our Shadow mimics the format of that book; the first half to two-thirds of each book tries to pass itself of as "literary fiction," only introducing genre elements towards th...
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