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  1. says:

    I don't think there are many books that rework the Grail story into a modern setting At least I don't remember reading any Fisher's take simply moves the action to the present day leaving many aspects of the Grail legend intact The largest p

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    Catherine Fisher has a catalogue of fantasy fiction that explores Greek Egyptian Norse and Celtic mythology in just the half dozen or so volumes I've read so it comes as no surprise to find that Corbenic turns out to be her contribution to Arthurian fantasy The Grail uest is tackled in a way reminiscent of The Owl Servic

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    Wow This book completely swept me away I was very moved by it It's the third book I've read by Catherine Fisher after Darkhenge and Incarceron and I think it might just be my favorite Fisher deftly retells the Grail legend in a contemporary setting and the results are incredible and unforgettable I love how she uses mythology in s

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    Dreamlike and surreal this is a novel about the dark tragedy of life and a young man's struggle to overcome it It is a modern day search for the legendary Grail but as we all know that Grail can be nearly anything we want it to be or don't want it to be Cal is a very likable main character one that I fell in love

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    I've been meaning to read this for a while I did start it and then I stopped and didn't get back to it until today But it's a uick read really I think it took me less than an hour altogether It's a reworking of the story of

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    Cal is running away Away from his drunk mother away from the responsibility of caring for her away from the dead end life that's all she can offer Then he finds the castle And one night of mystery and mistakes will leave him uncertain where to draw the boundary between what's real and what's not Is he going crazy

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    I'm not sure why I keep reading Catherine Fisher I can't understand any of her books This is such a confusing story Is Cal crazy is he not? What was special about him? Why does he have to go on this uest again? Why was his

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    WTF was wrong with this book? I mean really I could not understand what the hell was going on Cal was either psychotic or high or dreaming the majority of the time and you couldn't tell what was real and what was in his head It was

  9. says:

    I loved the way the relationship between son and mother is dealt with the son's completely reasonable fear that the mother will relapse the mot

  10. says:

    I truly am unsure where or why I purchased this book After I started reading it I realized whyit has a tie into King Arthurbut it didn't go where I expected it to go The story had great potential but I feel that it fell short of my expectations This is the story of Cal who gets off at the wrong stop from the bus and ends

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Paring for a banuet and Cal is their guest of honor During the meal he experiences a disturbing vision but when he is asked to talk about what he has seen he denies it What if he's becoming crazy like his mother When Cal wakes the next morning the elegant castle tu. I ve been meaning to read this for a while I did start it and then I stopped and didn t get back to it until today But it s a uick read really I think it took me less than an hour altogether It s a reworking of the story of Percival in a modern setting where you re never uite sure whether it s all delusion or reality or some weird mix of the two It poses uestions than it answers and I m not entirely sure I liked it But I definitely found it interestingI wouldn t say that you should read it for amazing characters I found most of them bland or for stunning drama or whatever but if you re interested in reworkings of Arthurian stories and especially of grail stories then this is worth picking up Make your own model forts & castles read this for a while I did start it and then I stopped and didn t get back to it until today But it s a uick Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury read How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim really I think it took me less than an hour altogether It s a Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic re never uite sure whether it s all delusion or A Daddy for Christmas read it for amazing characters I found most of them bland or for stunning drama or whatever but if you Banned in Britain re interested in Hour of the Beast reworkings of Arthurian stories and especially of grail stories then this is worth picking up

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Rns out to be nothing than an abandoned ruin But something inside him has changed he now knows he needs to right the wrongs in his life It will be a difficult journey and if Cal achieves his goal it will not be without cost The first step he must return to Corbenic. WTF was wrong with this book I mean really I could not understand what the hell was going on Cal was either psychotic or high or dreaming the majority of the time and you couldn t tell what was real and what was in his head It was so freaking confusing and I didn t get the plot or the characters Epic fail Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. ruin But something inside him has changed he now knows he needs to Burning Attraction right the wrongs in his life It will be a difficult journey and if Cal achieves his goal it will not be without cost The first step he must The Numbers Game return to Corbenic. WTF was wrong with this book I mean Tall man riding. really I could not understand what the hell was going on Cal was either psychotic or high or dreaming the majority of the time and you couldn t tell what was The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory real and what was in his head It was so freaking confusing and I didn t get the plot or the characters Epic fail

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It starts when Cal gets off the train at the wrong stop in the middle of the night in the middle of nowhere He's stranded Following a muddy path leads him to a castle that appears to be deserted But inside is Corbenic a magnificent hotel filled with rich people pre. Wow This book completely swept me away I was very moved by it It s the third book I ve read by Catherine Fisher after Darkhenge and Incarceron and I think it might just be my favorite Fisher deftly retells the Grail legend in a contemporary setting and the results are incredible and unforgettable I love how she uses mythology in such an ambiguous startlingly original way through symbolism and dream like apparitions throughout the story I know I ll have to check out all of her other books now Highly highly recommended