“Oak spoke first, as became the noblest of all. He stood throbbing his leaves in the twilight, to which Time […]
To say that I was unenthusiastic when I started reading the third book in Mary Stewart’s Merlin trilogy would not […]
When I wrote up my review of The Crystal Cave, I said I had read the first two books in […]
I have just finished reading The Crystal Cave, by Mary Stewart. I haven’t read this particular iteration of the Arthurian […]
In order to cleanse my palate for the upcoming release of Guy Gavriel Kay’s River of Stars (Tuesday!), I bring you yet another edition of The Books I’ve Read Lately. Not real reviews, mind you, just a few scattered impressions.
I’ve dubbed this year “The Year of New Books” (or new to me at least). So here’s a quick run down of the books that I’ve chewed through so far, and a few thoughts on each.
I never expected that the title essay, “On Stories”, would explain in theory what had been demonstrated in practice in the novel I had just finished.