Publish date: 1995
Publisher: Prószyński i S-ka, Wydawnictwo
Pages no: 208
Edition language: Polski
Series: The Last Unicorn
The true secret in being a hero lies in knowing the order of things. The swineherd cannot already be wed to the princess when he embarks on his adventures, nor can the boy knock on the witch's door when she is already away on vacation. The wicked uncle cannot be found out and foiled before he does s...
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-CycleThis is a tricky one for me to rate. I remember I used to watch the movie all the time when I was little. I don't remember if I liked it; I vividly remember being terrified by the Red Bull and the harpy, but I'm assuming I liked it if I remember watchi...
I didn't realize that this was a serious fantasy book and not a kids' story, until I read a comment by Patrick Rothfuss highly praising it. It's short, imaginative, funny, thoughtful, and inspiring.
This is another example of me reading a book because I loved the movie. When I was a kid, I could watch this movie over and over again, until I knew all the songs and most of the dialogues by heart. But it was only recently when I learned, that it is actually based on a book by Peter S. Beagle. To b...
There's a fallacy about post-Tolkien fantasy. And that's that it started with his imitators in the 70's and later, like Brooks' Shannara series. But, really, post-Tolkien fantasy started pretty much immediately after he changed that landscape of high fantasy with the Lord of the Rings. Lloyd Alexand...