Publish date: February 6th 2007
Publisher: Roc Hardcover
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Urban Fantasy
, Historical Fiction
, Speculative Fiction
I don't bother to write a synopsis of the book, because I think most people who review books on Goodreads already know what the book is about.So, to dive right in: I was unaware initially that this is a young adult book, and while that doesn't necessarily mean it's going to be uninteresting to adult...
It's not very often that I dislike a book enough to give it only one star. I did not enjoy anything about this book. After about 50 pages I knew I didn't like it but I decided to give it the benefit of the doubt solely because it was a World Fantasy Award winner. What? Why?! Ugghhh! Talk about ...
The man who brought us The Fionavar Tapestry, and who vocally distanced himself from the epic fantasy genre years later, returns with a simple tale that plays clever homage to the classic that started it all.
Rating: 3.75* of fiveSince there are no 3/4 stars, I've had to round this up to 4. I liked the book very much, and I found reading it very easy. I like the PoV character, Ned, and found his development from adolescent smartass to postadolescent smart youth involving.Apparently this book winds up a s...
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