Free download ï The Labyrinth ✓ eBook ePUB or Kindle PDF

Free download The Labyrinth

Free download ï The Labyrinth ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF è Here Monsters are hidden A lyrical anti uest through a conscious maze without center borders or escape a dark pilgrim's progress through a landscape of vicious Angels plague houses crocodile prophets tragic chess sets and the mind of an unraveling womS do not wait to be opened but hunt you in the night This is Zarathustra in Wonderland a puzzle which defies solution a twisted path through language and madnessBut where will you hi. This was a very interesting book Really it was It's told in the first person and is about a woman who's trapped in a Labyrinth She's being chased by doors and we follow along as she searches for the mythical center But it's the writing and the way the story is structured that makes this book so interesting The writing is painfully structured as if every word was CAREFULLY chosen In some places the story reads like a poem than modern day prose The structure folds in on itself and doubles back as if it were the labyrinth itself I chose to read this book because it fits into my goal of reading fiction than non fiction

Read & download ã eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ß Catherynne M. Valente

Here Monsters are hidden A lyrical anti uest through a conscious maze without center borders or escape a dark pilgrim's progress through a landscape of vicious Angels plague houses c. While the language is rich and poetic I wouldn’t recommend this particular title to just any fantasy reader Instead I’d recommend it to any reader who has a love of poetic language a love of metaphor It’s hardly a fantasy so much as it is a myth a fairy tale which is a fantasy in some regards but not traditional The chapters are short and grouped together in Cantos see BigLongProsePoem This is something I’d recommend to lovers of myth and fairytale philosophy and metaphor and most important lovers of language You can’t help but feel a little smarter enlightened after reading thisreturn returnI definitely plan on reading of Valente’s work particularly her latest release It’ll be interesting to compare her other books to this especially the style and use of language And I’d really love to hear her read The Labyrinth out loud As with anything poetic one feels as though they’re missing something while reading it silently This book demands to be heard returnreturnAnd an aside this book also begs to be a painted narrative by someone as surreal and talented as Dave McKean Everything from the Labyrinth itself to the chameleon colors of the narratorI’d love to see what an artist like him could do with this bookreturnreturnFor a full review which may or may not include spoilers please click here

Catherynne M. Valente ß 8 Read

The LabyrinthRocodile prophets tragic chess sets and the mind of an unraveling woman driven on by the mocking guide who seeks to destroy as much as saveEnter the world of the Labyrinth where Door. This is not a book for people looking for a uick easy read or for those that are looking for a sharply defined concrete plot It is a book for people who can appreciate complex beautiful language surrounding a mythological tale The book tells us about the Seeker in the Labyrinth who no longer seeks the Center She has swallowed the Compass Rose which helps her direction She has been here a long time and has learned to avoid the snapping jaws of doors and other dangers Along her journey she meets a dark angel who nearly destroys her a curious lobster who provides her a key and a monkey guide with his own agendaWe follow her though her changing person and personna as she travels I enjoyed this book and appreciated the author's gift for poetic language For those who might want a book with eually wonderful language but with a plot easy to follow I would highly recommend her book Palimpsest