Power of Three
Publish date: August 1st 2003
Publisher: Greenwillow Books
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Power of Three is. Um. Hard to describe, hard to sum up, but really, really fascinating. It begins as what looks like a strange, violent fairytale in a primitive world of indifferent Giants and warlike Dorig, a prehistorical, almost Celtic world where curses are real and leaders are arbitrary and ...
What I love about (99% of) Jones books is that, regardless of my current reading mood or habit, I can pick one up, be drawn in, and enjoy it the whole way through. In that respect, Power of Three did not disappoint.The plot moves at an ambling pace, most of the cast is quickly sketched with more det...
This one really disappointed me, as I had just read Diana Wynne Jone's [b:Castle in the Air|47520|Castle in the Air (Howl's Moving Castle, #2)|Diana Wynne Jones|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1348000420s/47520.jpg|1003952] and ADORED it. She could have worked on credibility during the second half of h...
This book is incredible!!I love it so much. The plot, the writing, characters, development!!There's nothing I can flaw here.
DWJ Book Toast, #14Diana Wynne Jones is one of my favorite fantasy authors, growing up and now, and I was saddened by the news of her death. I can't say I'm overcome with emotion - as personal as some of her work is to me, its not like I knew her after all - but I wish I could put into words how I f...
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