Publish date: he was hailed
Publisher: reviewers as a great new writer.
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
I love Alan Garner;s books, he has a magic way of writing that just involves the reader,,
New Review! RED SHIFT by Alan Garner http://tinyurl.com/n72mwwk Someone needs to sit down in front of me, and slowly using small words and enunciating clearly, explain why Alan Garner isn't as heralded for innovation and boundary-stretching as the Navel-Gazing Gang of the 1990s. This book is *...
Thanks to some perceptive reviewers on goodreads I'm giving this one another look after it whooshed over my head the first time. I'm reading the 1973 hardback edition without Garner's introduction. This is one of those books that needs context for its three stories.Updated: I got far more out of the...
I may have read this a long time ago. Or maybe I am imagining it. I've loved Alan Garner's books since I was a kid so it makes sense that at some point I might have tracked this down and read it. But the book is all about how unreliable reality is, so is it just my head messing with me? Maybe. The p...
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