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by Richard Matheson, Bronson Pinchot
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Une page à la fois rated it 5 years ago
Quelle déception quand on sait que ce livre a été écrit par le même auteur que le génialissime Je suis une légende ! Le narrateur qui s'adresse constamment au lecteur était une bonne idée, mais ses incursions dans le récit deviennent vite redondantes, et donc lassantes. Oui, au bout de la 20ème foi...
thomcat
thomcat rated it 7 years ago
Enjoyed the start, tolerated the premise, liked the descriptions and the voice of the reader, Bronson Pinchot. Not the most even of narratives, and the ending seemed a bit sudden.
everydayjam
everydayjam rated it 7 years ago
Meh. I found this rather annoying and pointless. It wasn't terrible, and I managed to slog through, but it was a near thing. Neither erotic, nor enchanting, in my view.
Book Trauma
Book Trauma rated it 8 years ago
Matheson's attempt at fantasy has more then a few moments of horror and he should have stuck to that genre. Between juvenile fey/ human sex fantasies and the tiresome back and forth between the fairy and the witch I became disenchanted pretty fast.The portrayal of women in this novel left me almost ...
dearmfield
dearmfield rated it 8 years ago
This is a great story as the author will tell you. Once you get around page 120. Turns into a love story, really boring after that. Besides a couple fight sequences with Alex's worst enemy & a griffen.I had high expertations for this book, because I am a huge Matheson fan.
Kari@ From the TBR Pile
Kari@ From the TBR Pile rated it 9 years ago
What I liked: It was a pleasant rambling story. I listened to the audio book which was narrated by Bronson Pinchot. His voice gave real depth to the characters in the story, particularly Alex, the 82 year old man who is telling his true fairy tale from long ago. I think if I had picked this up in pa...
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