9 edition of Mythago wood found in the catalog.
Sequel: The hollowing.
|LC Classifications||PR6058.O442 M9 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2003049856|
After the disappointing, The Bone Forest, the Mythago Wood series returns to top form with The Hollowing. I loved The Hollowing. This book touches on events in the second book, Lavondyss, focusing on Tallis’s disappearance and events from the first book featuring the Huxley’s but is a complete, stand-alone tale.4/5(45). Perhaps Mythago Wood's clever premise makes it worth a read, but poorly written books with good ideas are minor books, even in the ghetto of genre fantasy. This is why Tolkien and Mervyn Peake have credibility in the literary world as a whole, while many other good "idea writers" don't/5(91).
Mythago Wood - Ebook written by Robert Holdstock. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Mythago Wood/5(39). Robert Holdstock, who has died of an E coli infection a was the author of Mythago Wood (), one of the defining fantasy novels of the last 50 wrote dozens of books – in the.
There are electronic versions of Mythago Wood itself, Lavondyss, and The Hollowing, but these are all I can find. As a blind reader I unfortunately cannot read print, so I'm left feeling somewhat frustrated. If this is a matter of publisher fiat, I'd love to know what I can do to get the rest of the books available digitally in some form. Paperback. very good paperback, Michael Posen cover 1st printing. At the beginning of his writing career and before his brilliant Mythago Wood books, Holdstock wrote a couple of more standard sci fi novels, of which this is the second. Seller Inventory # FN More information about this seller | Contact this seller
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The title Mythago Wood refers to a stand of West Midlands primeval forest that, like the TARDIS, is bigger within than without. The forest has an aura that interacts with the mytho-creative aspects of people's minds to produce mythagos, which are expressions of I would classify this book as high concept fantasy/5.
That's the premise behind Robert Holdstock's "Mythago" series, of which _Mythago Wood_ is the first installment. "Mythago" is a contraction of "mythic imago" ("imago" meaning image). The narrator, Steve, has always lived near a magical woodland, but only when he returns from fighting in WWII does he discover just how weird the place actually is/5().
What a wonderful book. I first came across RH with the Night Hunter series, but somehow managed to completely the Mythago Wood novels.
So now more than 30 years later, I've finally discovered one of the best fantasy works I've ever read. Wildly imaginative, beautifully written and compelling, this book is an absolute joy/5().
Mythago Wood Series 7 primary works • 11 total works In the World Fantasy Award-winning Mythago Cycle, Robert Holdstock gave us an intricate world spun from the stories of Irish and English mythology.
Mythago Wood by Robert Holdstock,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(K). For the Wood, larger inside than out, is a Mythago wood book full of myths come to life, "mythagos" that can change you forever. A labyrinth where love and beauty haunt your dreamsand may drive you insane."Utterly enthralling."--Times Literary Supplement"Robert Holdstock's is one of the voices at the very heart of modern fantasy."/5(21).
Robert Mythago wood book Mythago Wood is an underappreciated, yet significant contribution to the fantasy genre in many ways. To start out with, the work is well written and conveys a dark and mystical mood in a forest setting.
Also the plot of Mythago Wood is anything but formulaic; nevertheless, the events in the book move along at a steady s: Robert Holdstock has 92 books on Goodreads with ratings. Robert Holdstock’s most popular book is Mythago Wood (Mythago Wood, #1).
Welcome to the website of award-winning fantasy and science fiction author, Robert Holdstock. Rob died suddenly in November leaving a legacy of acclaimed novels, short stories, novellas, edited works – and poems. Book covers. The covers of Holdstock's books were produced by a variety of illustrators.
The original UK and US covers of Mythago Wood were illustrated by Eddi Gornall and Christopher Zacharow, respectively; Geoff Taylor illustrated the original UK covers for the Mythago Wood sequels Lavondyss, The Bone Forest, The Hollowing and Merlin's Wood.
"Mythago Wood" was a landmark in modern fantasy, a book that attempted to fuse the dream-like ambiance that suffused the faerie worlds of Lord Dunsany with the long ago world of Irish and English mythology, setting it all in an extremely weird forest and simultaneously trying to remind us that most myths aren't built on super-pleasant 4/5.
Mythago Wood (The Mythago Cycle Book 1) - Kindle edition by Holdstock, Robert. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Mythago Wood (The Mythago Cycle Book /5(). What a wonderful book. I first came across RH with the Night Hunter series, but somehow managed to completely the Mythago Wood novels.
So now more than 30 years later, I've finally discovered one of the best fantasy works I've ever read. Wildly imaginative, beautifully written and compelling, this book is an absolute s: Mythago Wood, Robert Holdstock, Grafton Books, The Encyclopedia of Fantasy, John Clute and John Grant, Orbit, The Weird and the Eerie, Mark Fisher, Repeater Books, The Mabinogion, Ed Jeffrey Gantz, Penguin, Fabulous Realms: The Mythic Fantasy of Robert Holdstock.
Mythago Wood is the story of a young man returning to his childhood home and his fascination of nearby Ryhope wood. The wood, he discovers, generates magical creatures, mythagos, rooted the subconscious mythic archetypes unique to each culture.5/5(5).
Robert Holdstock is the winner of the World Fantasy Award for his classic fantasy novel MYTHAGO WOOD. He is regarded as one of the 20th century's leading writers of myth and fantasy, and has written novels for over twenty years, including the MYTHAGO sequence, the novel of John Boorman's film, THE EMERALD FOREST and THE FETCH.
Lavondyss also titled Lavondyss: Journey to an Unknown Region is a fantasy novel by British writer Robert Holdstock, the second book in his Mythago Wood series. Lavondyss was originally published in The name of the novel hints at the real and mythological locales of Avon, Lyonesse, Avalon and Dis; within the novel Lavondyss is the name of the remote, ice-age heart of Ryhope wood.
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1 The Mythago Cycle Vol. Mythago Wood is a remarkable, evocative book, and one that shows us that the tropes of fantasy are not restricted purely to alien worlds troubled by dark lords and dragons.’ SFX, ‘Larger inside than out, like Dr Who’s Tardis, and populated by primal yet multifaceted elements of myth, it’s a feral, spooky, and thoroughly.
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Andy Wood. L'inventore ISBN: That doesn't seem like a mythago and I'm not sure how that latter element in the story operates in space and time. I find it odd that in Ryhope there are communities living out there own lives, e.g. the Shamiga. Why are there only three random Saxons in the entirety of the wood?
I feel like there must surely be whole kingdoms and communities.