Got my hands on one of the few advance reader's editions they made. I have a feeling that this book will be the must have hardcover of the summer...
Bizarre, dark, fascinating, macabre...will come back to finish review, when I've finished reading...
This is a rather odd question, but will someone tell me on what page chapter 4 begins? I have the e-reader version, and would like to get an idea of how far into the book I am.
In the book is 74.
I loved this book so much that when I read the last word, I turned back to page one and started it again! The story line is fascinating, and the intertwining stories and imagery were amazing. I recommend this book to everyone I know who reads .... it is a little bizarre, true, but there is so much to it that surely there is something for everyone!
I did that as well... I have the urge to go back and read it again, even now!
Does anyone know if this author has a website or where I can find out more information about him...he intrigues me....
All I can say is I LOVED IT. LOVED IT. LOVED IT! Haven't been this excited about a book since I read Neil Gaimans Neverwhere :D
I read Neverwhere and loved it too! (I am in love with almost all of Gaiman's writing, especially American Gods) I started reading The Gargoyle last week, and I am very impressed so far (I'm on pg 90). I know it's silly, but I am also very amused that I share my name with one of the main characters.
I CONCUR! i have "my favorite felon" reading it while he's in prison. he's a great love, likely a soulmate should such a thing exist, so i'm excited to discuss it with him. i, too, read Neverwhere and American Gods. i don't think i can write any of these justice right now.
when i read this book i was in a dark place. it brought me a strange hope. plus, what i wouldn't give to have the guts to get the tatoo on the hardcover's cover edition.
I absolutely, positively, loved this book. The ending gave me shivers!!
This book was incredible. I absolutely loved the aside stories of how his previous lives unfolded and entangled together. And their love story in the middle ages is just stupendous and fascinating.
One of the best books I've read, quite simply :)
Borrowed this book from the library in E reader format. I am reading it on an I pad but still enjoying the story. It transpires that public libraries in UK cannot loan in Kindle format which is my reader of choice. Does this rule apply elsewhere
Could someone help find the connections the love stories told by Marianne Engel have with the narrator??