Feast of the Elfs

Feast of the Elfs Gilberic Parzival Moth is a strange and lonely boy who has grown up without a father raised by a single mother who moves from town to town in fear of something she will not name His only friends are

  • Title: Feast of the Elfs
  • Author: John C. Wright
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  • Page: 173
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  • Gilberic Parzival Moth is a strange and lonely boy who has grown up without a father, raised by a single mother who moves from town to town in fear of something she will not name His only friends are animals, with whom he has always been able to speak And although he has begun to learn about his true heritage, he also discovers that the modern world is not always friendlGilberic Parzival Moth is a strange and lonely boy who has grown up without a father, raised by a single mother who moves from town to town in fear of something she will not name His only friends are animals, with whom he has always been able to speak And although he has begun to learn about his true heritage, he also discovers that the modern world is not always friendly towards monster killing knights errant, particularly when the police find them covered in blood But the long arm of the Twilight world reaches even into the jail cells of Asheville, North Carolina Gilberic soon finds himself bound to the service of an ancient writ and a higher law, and traveling to eldritch places filled with enchanted creatures, immortal lords and ladies, and dangerous temptations FEAST OF THE ELFS is the second book of THE GREEN KNIGHT S SQUIRE, the first volume of MOTH COBWEB, an astonishing new series about magical worlds of Day, Night, and Twilight by John C Wright John C Wright is one of the living grandmasters of science fiction and the author of THE GOLDEN AGE, AWAKE IN THE NIGHT LAND, and IRON CHAMBER OF MEMORY, to name just three of his exceptional books He has been nominated for the Nebula Award, for the Hugo Award, and his novel SOMEWHITHER won the 2016 Dragon Award for Best Science Fiction Novel at Dragoncon.

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    1. John C. Wright

      John C Wright John Charles Justin Wright, born 1961 is an American author of science fiction and fantasy novels A Nebula award finalist for the fantasy novel Orphans of Chaos , he was called this fledgling century s most important new SF talent by Publishers Weekly after publication of his debut novel, The Golden Age.

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    1. This second entry in the series continues a typical Fantasy story arc in a way that seems new. Events and scenes represent a fulness of imaginations that continuously spills out. This entry again ends on a cliffhanger, but thankfully this series is being released on a quicks schedule.As a young adult series, trying to look through the eyes of a remembered young reader - I know I would have greatly enjoyed it. Through much older eyes the same is true.


    2. Second book in the The Green Knight’s Squire trilogy. Serious spoilers ahead.Starting with the way it starts with Gil in jail.The redcap he dealt with at the end of the last book tries to get his cap back by freeing him, but Gil won't take it; instead he gets advice on how to reach the halls of the elfs. Then, he's taken out to talk with a man who sits in a dark room (you may have met him in another book, not by Wright) and is offered a job involving policework and swearing allegiance to King [...]


    3. A nice follow up of The Swang Knight's Son. I don't recommend starting here, but read the first before getting to this. it's got beautiful prose, great mythology, and actually expands it on that level to something that is truly beautiful and amazing in the worldbuilding. I like how this is progressing and have immediately gone to the third book in reading because I can't put it down.That said, the pacing suffered a little bit in this volume. The great Elf feast was a bit slow and yes, it's the b [...]


    4. Not as good as the first oneFirstly, the ending: there isn't one. The book just ends abruptly, like the author couldn't be bothered writing anymore. Also, the book doesn't actually really go anywhere. It's like a training montage from a movie just by itself. The most interesting part of the book, the rescue sequence, was really glossed over as if it was a draft that didn't get fleshed out in the final version. Not a bad book, just not great.




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