Patricia A. McKillip’s lovely THE FORGOTTEN BEASTS OF ELD will help you take a deep breath in the midst of your feverishly-paced life
NOVEL NOTIONS enjoys Patricia A. McKillip’s THE FORGOTTEN BEASTS OF ELD.
THE FORGOTTEN BEASTS OF ELD is as lovely as it is brief. As I said above, I’ve developed quite a deep appreciation for and fondness of fantasy authors who choose to tell bright, quiet stories instead of embracing the breakneck action and grim-darkness that so populate the genre. If you need a book that will help you take a deep breath in the midst of your feverishly-paced life, I heartily recommend a visit to Sybel’s world.
A pair of Hungarian sites praised the World Fantasy Award winning novel.
It is no coincidence that, as short as it is today, the book – barely two hundred pages – tells such a rich story full of characters that at first it is difficult to love, but we are guaranteed to catch it at the end.SFMAG.HU (translation from Hungarian courtesy of Google)
very good classic fantasy novelBARANGOLÁS A FANTÁZIA BIRODALMÁBAN (translation from Hungarian courtesy of Google)
At PET HELPFUL, Barbara Fitzgerald’s 150 Unique and Magical Names for Cats includes Moriah from the classic book.
Moriah: A large black cat in THE FORGOTTEN BEASTS OF ELD, by Patricia A. McKillip. Moriah is renowned for her knowledge of secret charms and spells.