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Titus Groan - Mervyn Peake
Titus Groan
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B005C4AI10
Publisher: Cornerstone Digital
Pages no: 382
Series: Gormenghast -3 (#1)
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markgilchrist rated it
4.0 Titus Groan
Tough going in places. I found myself skipping through some bits and rereading others. It's taken nearly a month - the longest time I've stuck with a book for ages.The story line is convoluted, with intrigue, rivalry and politics - like life then. I you stick with it then a good read. Having said th...
Gregor Xane
Gregor Xane rated it
3.0 Titus Groan!
Titus Groan is considered by many to be a masterpiece of the literature of the fantastic. I don't think that I can argue with that assessment. However, I can say that it's a masterpiece that I certainly wasn't pleased to be reading for much of the time I was doing so. The primary reason for this was...
Burgundy rated it
4.0 Titus Groan (Gormenghast Trilogy)
Few books leave a lasting impact on me. But this one, Titus Groan will stay with me for a long time. Mervyn Peake's writing style blew me away. Once I put the book down I could not stop thinking about it. If I had indeed some aspiration to become an author, Peake's writing style would be the one I w...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it
4.5 Titus Groan (Gormenghast #1)
bookshelves: radio-4, published-1946, summer-2011, fantasy, gothic, kiddlewinks, play-dramatisation, classic Recommended to ☯Bettie☯ by: Brazilliant Laura Recommended for: R4 listeners Read from July 07 to August 01, 2011 Sunday Classic Serial - this is like Dickens on a high dose of something ...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it
4.0 Gormenghast Titus Groan
This is a deeply weird book it is difficult to describe or categorize. In the introduction, Anthony Burgess, who calls it a "modern classic," comparable to other celebrated British works of the 1940s such as those by Orwell or Waugh, says there "is no really close relative to it in all our prose lit...
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