Publish date: January 23rd 2012
Publisher: Allen & Unwin Pty
Pages no: 215
Edition language: English
I have to go back and check if this book really was classified as YA, because it really reads more like an adult fairy tale.At first glance, The Brides of Rollrock Island is about a sea-witch, Misskaella, who enacts her revenge on the residents of Rollrock Island because of the bullying she endured ...
This novel is breathtaking. Lanagan's prose is gorgeous and lush and evocative. So articulate and lovely, the novel flows smoothly and seductively because of its writing and its dark atmosphere. This novel is not for everyone. Not only does it move slowly, but some themes might not sit well with som...
I'm blown away! Review also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?Don't be surprised if you see plenty of people putting this book as DNF as this books takes time. It takes time to feel its magic and get into the story. Luckily for me they are my favorite type. Also luckily for you because I'll try to make you r...
Stopped at 18%. Oh, look, I picked it up again. Who would have thought.
***Note: this review presumes that you've read the book.*** This book is beautifully written ("...the dunes' fine hairs blown back from their foreheads"), and the setting is lush and gorgeous. It feels like fully fleshed-out ancient folklore, but is also grounded by an authentic-feeling place, and...
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