- Fresno, CA, USA
- member since June 9, 2008
Yes, I've read it a couple of times. Once in high school in a class about fantasy lit. I loved it. You know that's what Disney used as a basis for The Sword in the Stone. I've always loved the Arthurian legend, tho. I always thought it was rather odd that Tolkein said he wrote LOTR as an English mythology, b/c I have always thought that the stories of Arthur and the Round Table filled that place. Have you read the Arthur legend in any incarnation before?
I was complaining somewhere that I couldn't keep up with "Ink" unless I could read it uninterrupted in one long haul.
One reader replied that he kept a color coded journal when he was reading the book.
Too intense for me ...
I just read to relax.
The book has a fascinating premise though ...
Hi! Thanks for joining us at the Paranormal Mystery group. Have I already welcomed you before or do you just look familiar because I've run into you in a few other places? Oh well. Welcome either way :) BTW: I was looking through some of our "books in common". It seems that we mostly have Koontz and the Repairman Jack books in common. I've still not made it all the way through the Ink book. It's not the type of book that you can read in teeny increments if you want to keep up with the characters and the various alternate realities. I can only read in tiny windows in time.
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Ok, well, the thing is, I HAVEN'T read the first ones, I got this in a book club (that was someone else's idea) where we share books (that was someone else's idea) and no one else wanted to take this one so I did. So am I going to not understand it/hate it/be annoyed by it b/c I haven't read the rest? Should I begin at the beginning?