Setting Archive : Turkey
(I try to break stuff down by place and time. Doesnt always work but there you go)
After the events of Taken life has slowly gotten back to some form of normality for Bryan Mills and his […]
Posted on 6 October 2012 | By Fence
I seem to be reading a lot of myths, and myth inspired fiction, at the moment. Last it was Norse […]
Posted on 29 October 2011 | By Fence
The sequel to Leviathan No recapping on account of this being the second in a series, and if you haven’t […]
Posted on 21 August 2011 | By Fence
By Dan Simons
I really loved Ilium when I read it in June so was looking forward to this, the sequel. And it kicks off right where we left the story in the first book. Unfortunately it just didn’t work as well. All through this book I was interested in what was going on, but never gripped, never fascinated or engaged by it. Merely hmm, that’s interesting.
Posted on 8 August 2010 | By Fence
ISBN: 9780380817924 DDC: The first in the Ilium/Olympusduology. Author site ; Ilium sectionof the Ilium/Olympus wiki Ilium opens with Thomas […]
Posted on 11 June 2010 | By Fence | 1 response
Two rivers. Flowing in contrary directions.
Two layers of water, each moving steadily, separate and self-possessed.
When I was thinking of books to read for the myth section of Carl’s challenge I did consider the Iliad, and the Odyssey too, so when I was wandering around the library and stumbled across this book it seemed perfect. And I’m so glad I picked it up; it makes for a really good read.
Posted on 8 May 2008 | By Fence | 2 responses
ISBN: 0099478986 I’m not really sure where to start with this review, because this book covers so much. It is […]