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The Boats of the "Glen Carrig" (Dodo Press) - William Hope Hodgson
The Boats of the "Glen Carrig" (Dodo Press)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781406598858 (1406598852)
Publisher: Dodo Press
Pages no: 136
Edition language: English
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5.0 The Boats of the "Glen Carrig" by William Hope Hodgson
Though the writing is a bit rusty and crusted with sea salt at times, Hodgson's first novel is a sustained work of unrelenting terror that is a direct ancestor of Tim Curran's DEAD SEA. This is an excursion into the big unknown, filled with unimaginable horrors that the suthor never slows down to ex...
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3.0 The Boats Of The Glen Carrig
An interesting edition this; seemingly a scan and reprint of an edition originally released in the 1940's USA, complete with period advertisements, tiny text and a whole extra story at the end: "Even a Worm" by J. S. Bradford.I liked it but my expectations started out low, I have to say. When I star...
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Front Quote:Madre MiaPeople may say thou art no longer young And yet, to me, thy youth was yesterday, A yesterday that seems Still mingled with my dreams.Ah! how the years have o'er thee flung Their soft mantilla, grey.And e'en to them thou art not over old; How could'st thou be! Thy hair ...
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target acquired rated it
The Boats of the 'Glen Carrig' is a creepy travelogue set in 1757, following a diminishing group of men through alien waters after the foundering of the title ship. hey, do you want some giant sea squid, terrifying sounds in the night including some heavy breathing and light shrieking, trees that oo...
Maggie the Ranter
Maggie the Ranter rated it
I really liked this book, and felt that it kept up a good amount of tension. I think I only rated it a 3 because there is something about a story in first person chronological narrative that just always adds a little monotony.It's also a little frustrating that there was never anything else learned...
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