[Epub] ❧ Un altro mondo ➛ Jo Walton – Playutopia.us

Un altro mondo Allevata Da Una Madre Mezza Matta Che Si Diletta Di Magia, Morwenna Phelps Trova Rifugio In Due Mondi Tra Gli Spiriti Che Dimorano Nei Siti Industriali Abbandonati, Nella Sua Citt Natale In Galles, E Nei Romanzi Di Fantascienza, Suoi Fedeli Compagni, Grazie Ai Quali La Sua Mente Viaggia Libera Quando Sua Madre Prover A Corrompere Quegli Spiriti Per Fini Oscuri, La Ragazza Sar Costretta A Confrontarsi Con Lei In Una Battaglia Magica, Che Uccider La Sua Gemella E Lascer Lei Menomata Fuggita In Inghilterra Dal Padre Che Conosce Appena, Morwenna Finisce In Un Collegio, Dove, Emarginata E Sola, Comincer A Dedicarsi Alla Magia A Sua Volta, In Cerca Di Una Cerchia Di Amici A Lei Pi Affini Ma La Sua Magia Attirer Anche L Attenzione Della Madre, Trascinandola Verso Una Resa Dei Conti Che Non Pu Pi Essere Rimandata Sorprendente, Insolito E Irresistibile, Un Altro Mondo Allo Stesso Tempo La Storia Di Una Ragazza Che Lotta Per Fuggire Da Un Infanzia Difficile, Un Eccezionale Diario Dei Primi Incontri Con I Grandi Romanzi Del Fantasy E Della Fantascienza Moderni, E Infine L Avvincente Cronaca Della Fuga Da Un Antico Incantesimo.

[Epub] ❧ Un altro mondo  ➛ Jo Walton – Playutopia.us
  • Paperback
  • 334 pages
  • Un altro mondo
  • Jo Walton
  • Italian
  • 17 November 2017
  • 8898172176

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ❧ Un altro mondo ➛ Jo Walton – Playutopia.us


  1. says:

    Now and then I come across a book that is a distillation of what I like in fiction, genre fiction in particular I previously raved about Jonathan Strange Mr Norrell and then some people told me they think it s a load of ol crap It puzzled me a bit that some people don t see the greatness of the books I deemed to be great, but then I realize that such things probably puzzle most of us, we are all arbiters of good taste in our own little universe So given that after reading this book you Now and then I come across a book that is a distillation of what I like in fiction, genre fiction in particular I previously raved about Jonathan Strange Mr Norrell and then some people told me they think it s a load of ol crap It puzzled me a bit that some people don t see the greatness of the books I deemed to be great, but then I realize that such things probably puzzle most of us, we are all arbiters of good taste in our own little universe So given that after reading this book you may not agree with my assessment of it much to my aston...


  2. says:

    This is for all the libraries in the world, and the librarians who sit there day after day lending books to peopleI m not quite sure how to describe this book, what precisely it is but it has that something that is making me read it for the third time in as many years, and each time it finds a new way into my heartThere are some awful things in the world, it s true, but there are also some great booksThis is a love ode to books and libraries, and the magic of stories, and the unThis is for all the libraries in the world, and the librarians who sit there day after day lending books to peopleI m not quite sure how to describe this book, what precisely it is but it has that something that is making me read it for the third time in as many years, and each time it finds a new way into my heartThere are some awful things in the world, it s true, but there are also some great booksThis is a love ode to books and libraries, and the magic of stories,...


  3. says:

    I tried to write this review without spoilers, but it depends on what you consider to be spoilers I think it s a book basedon characters than events, and I don t think knowing some of the events will spoil the whole, but you might want to exercise a bit of cautionAmong Others feels like a book written just for me The protagonist, Mori, is Welsh, disabled, synaesthetic, listens to folk music, reads SF and fantasy reads anything and everything She says, early in the books, that, I I tried to write this review without spoilers, but it depends on what you consider to be spoilers I think it s a book basedon characters than events, and I don t think knowing some of the events will spoil the whole, but you might want to exercise a bit of cautionAmong Othe...


  4. says:

    A love letter to science fiction and fantasy, to books and to librarians We never looked anything like anyone in our family, but apart from the eye and hair color I don t see anything It doesn t matter I have books, new books, and I can bear anything as long as there are books A support letter to adolescence, and to girls alienated from their families So then I realised guiltily how my very presence in his car was actually a huge reproach For one thing, there is only one of me, when he aba A love letter to science fiction and fantasy, to books and to librarians We never looked anything like anyone in our family, but apart from the eye and hair color I don t see anything It doesn t matter I have books, new books, and I can bear a...


  5. says:

    This is one of those books that I think of frequently, it has stayed with me Walton has blessed this work with a strong female lead and is minimalistic, meaning that most of the action, what little there is, is subtle and underplayed Yet it is a hypnotic book to read, Jo Walton does a great job of characterization, economically describing the cast in such a way that the reader knows the populace, yet there are few one dimensional characters Of course the aspect of the book that gets so much a This is one of those books that I think of frequently, it has stayed with me Walton has blessed this work with a strong female lead and is minimalistic, meaning that most of the action, what little there is, is subtle and underplayed Yet it is a hypnotic book to read, Jo Walton does a great job of characterization, economically describing the ...


  6. says:

    I keep going back and forth between 2 and 3 stars I should have really loved this book, but I found myselfannoyed than charmed Although it appears we re supposed to take the main character s story at face value and believe that the magic and fairies and her evil mother are real, I found myself writing it all off as her way of coping with amundane unstable mother and car accident I think what pushed me over the edge into disbelief was the scene with the aunts and the earrings I me I keep going back and forth...


  7. says:

    Morwenna grows up in Wales hanging out with faeries Nothing extraordinary about it, loved the matter of fact telling and how they re precisely as I imagined they d be IllusiveThey d moved in with the green things after people had abandoned themand unfathomable Some are pretty little things with gossamer wings, others creatures ripped from the pages of Grimm s Fairy TalesFairies tend to be either very beautiful or absolutely hideousShe s 15 with a ton of issues a mother who s crac Morwenna grows up in Wales hanging out with faeries Nothing extraordinary about it, loved the matter of fact telling and how they re precisely as I imagined they d be IllusiveThey d moved in ...


  8. says:

    When I first finished Jo Walton s to Among Others, there was this instinctive pang of hurt at being left out because when I met Walton in Tempe for World Fantasy a few years back, she didn t tell me about the fairies.A heartbeat later my reasoning brain is sending the Hello, this is fiction memo, but there it was, th...


  9. says:

    Among Others is kind of like a love letter to bibliophiles, especially those who fell in love with books as a youngster, finding solace and comfort between the pages of so many different stories In some ways, Mor s character tapped me on the shoulder, reminding me of myself as a preteen I went through some physical problems that made life very difficult for me In fact, view spoiler I had a hip problem that caused me to walk funny and had to use crutches before and after surgery, and people Among Others is kind of like a love letter to bibliophiles, especially those who fell in love with books as a youngster, finding solace and comfort between the pages of so many different stories In some ways, Mor s character tapped me on the shoulder, reminding m...


  10. says:

    This novel was a delight I fell in love with the precocious Morwenna, a Welsh girl whose life was turned upside down after her twin sister died Morwenna was sent to live with her father in England, and then ends up at boarding school.Morwenna is a bright girl who loves to read, and her opinions about books were some of my favorite parts of the novel She loves science fiction, which I haven t read a lot of, but I enjoyed her enthusiasm Morwenna has trouble making friends at school, but even This novel was a delight I fell in love with the precocious Morwenna, ...

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