Oh yes! "The Never Ending Story" is a book that reminds me of my childhood! I adore her!Ciliren wrote: ↑Mon Jan 18, 2021 10:21 am With a clear conscience, I can definitely recommend Pratchett, his new one has recently come out
book "The Fifth Elefant" - I haven't read it yet, but I'm going to Yes
by the way, they are supposedly fat mines that you can read about in it,
he invented after visiting Poland when he was given: "fat soup, fat wrapped in
dough covered with fat and a sandwich with fat "xD - who will guess what it was about
a kiss from me; P
"With a single spell" - do I know if it's so good? Actually read it
will give, but nothing else.
"Enchantment" (Orson Scott Card) is quite interesting because of its allusion
to several fairy tales (Sleeping Beauty, Baba Yaga) combined with elements of mythology
Slavic (Russian, it seems to be exactly).
I really like "Daughter of the Iron Dragon" (Michael Swanwick) - fantasy + technique +
elements of onirism. And sex
As a curiosity I can recommend "Frankenstein" (Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley) -
so far I have associated Frankenstein only with the scene of recovery
monster using pyroprene and the scene where the villagers with torches set fire
the windmill in which the monster hid. This is NOT in the book. Videos very much
made the prototype shallow.
I also like Michael Ende's books - especially "Momo" and "Never Ending
history ". Maybe items for younger people, but I love them anyway: P
As for fantasy, I recommend Fiona McIntosh's books for an older reader. I have just read "The Royal Exile" (volume 1 of the Valisar trilogy) - the book perfectly suited my expectations! There is politics and there is magic (although the theme of magic is outlined for now and its development promises to be in the next volumes). I'm waiting for the next parts!