PDF/EBOOK (Duncton Stone)


Duncton Stone

FREE DOWNLOAD Duncton Stone 107 REVIEW Duncton Stone Its champion is the timid Library aide Pumpkin while in holy Uffington Fieldfare inspires revolt Even in dread Wildenhope headuarters of the Newborn leadership the once evil Thripp strives to undermine uail’s position and right. So here we are the last of six books chronicling the turbulent lives of moles that live by the Stone and strive to seek Silence I can t say it s been the most gripping journey particularly the three books that comprise the Book of Silence but I am pleased to report that this third book at least improves a little on the second which was the worst kind of religious diatribe to be committed to paperIn this book Privet is still in a state of Silence after the supposed death of both Rooster her mate and Whillan her adopted son The rest of moledom looks to her as an example of how to face the tyranny of the Newborn Over the course of the novel we watch uail s progress to a spiritual state and finally discover the whereabouts of Glee and HumlockI ll deal briefly with the good parts since the bad still outweighs the goodHorwood s biggest strength is still being able to produce decent characters on both sides of the conflict we feel sympathy for Whillan enjoy Rooster s muddled phraseology adore Pumpkin and Fieldfare for the faithful and true characters they are On the Newborn side we can enjoy the discovery of Thripp s true character and deeply despise the evil characters of uail and Snyde for their foul and noxious attributes Thorne and Thripp in particular amply illustrate the fact that both good and evil can be found in one moleHorwood presents some good discussion on the nature of religion where opposing sides in a conflict are in essence worshipping the same thing here the Stone Parallels can be drawn with Protestants and Catholics in medieval EnglandThere is also a decent treatise on wars and how to end them without force and revenge in order to avoid a self perpetuating cycle of retaliation Horwood presents the idea that if one side stands down and opposes with silent love and forgiveness it can have a powerful impactSince this is the last book in the Duncton seuence I will finally mention the very beautiful covers drawn by John Barber they are lovely and sympathetic to the stories withinAnd here comes the bad despite the fact that there is a final battle between the Newborn and the followers despite the fact that Privet and Rooster are reunited and she discovers the Book of Silence despite this and much it feels as though nothing much happensThere are pages and pages of dull plodding from one place to another Horwood fills further pages with spiritual mumbo jumbo This takes enormous time and effort to plough throughConsidering the enormous part she plays in the novel Privet is a truly awful character You end up having little sympathy for a mole who is full of self pity grouchy snaps at others seems to have no warmth or affection for her adopted son I had little interest in her progress or the resolution to her taleGod these moles cry Seriously at everything Weeping sobbing tears streaming watery eyes sniffling Horwood plundered the thesaurus for these poor emotional soulsBut my biggest complaint is that Horwood s descriptions of depraved moles and moles in pain becomes relentless grotesue and graphic I give you a few samples to illustrate my point and let you know why I ll never be revisiting these books Beyond the cell s walls Suelch giggled and sighed and heaved his obese body about excitedly as below him Snyde snouted at the dead body he had power over which could not mock his deformities or threaten him then savagely began his pleasure Necrophilia uail panted with the effort of his speech his stomach palpitating his odour wafting all about like the stench of death the strange projecting growth at his rear end stiff and uivering like some pus filled swollen talon pointing backwards Unnecessary disgusting details of deformity He was maimed in the front right paw and the left hind paw so that he could only crawl he was mutilated so that his maleness was all gone his snout was sheered off at its tip to cause him agony Torture seuenceJust not nice

READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB µ William Horwood

FREE DOWNLOAD Duncton Stone 107 REVIEW Duncton Stone Under the cruel leadership of uail sectarian Newborns have taken control of the key systems of Moledom But the loyal followers of the Stone have not given up In Duncton Wood home of spiritual truth and liberty resistance lives on. Gross and obscene Privet and her companions return to Duncton Wood to find the seventh Book of Silence and uail leader of the newborn moles is also on his way there More religious and less mole like than any of the preceding books Horwood has obviously run out of ideas and seems to be trying to send a messages to his publishers I am sick of writing books about moles and I am writing this one to make my readers sick of reading books about moles so please don t ask me to write any books about moles

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FREE DOWNLOAD Duncton Stone 107 REVIEW Duncton Stone The wrongs he originally inspired Meanwhile Stone followers everywhere await news of Privet female scholar and scribemole and of her uest for the lost Book of Silence Even if she finds it will she have the strength to bring it hom. The sweetest end to the chronicles that are The Book of Silence The imagination that William Horwood has used to create this whole community of moles with their beliefs and their strengths and weaknesses is amazing I have loved the travails of the beautiful yet flawed characters

  • Hardcover
  • 689
  • Duncton Stone
  • William Horwood
  • English
  • 15 October 2018
  • 9780002241748

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB µ William Horwood William Horwood µ 7 FREE DOWNLOAD REVIEW Duncton Stone Gross and obscene Privet and her companions return to Duncton Wood to find the seventh Book of Silence and uail leader of the newborn moles is also on his way there More religious and less mole like than any of the preceding books Ho

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB µ William Horwood William Horwood µ 7 FREE DOWNLOAD PDF/EBOOK (Duncton Stone) I've spent approximately a year or so reading through all six volumes of Horwood's 'Holy Wars of the Moles' as I found myself calling it It's uneven epic moving appalling harrowing memorable Too often Horwood draws a scene out to almost unbearable lengths scenes that didn't need drawing out testing even my patience for detailed description but he has a gift for creating memorable characters Not for everyone and certainly not for

  3. says: READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB µ William Horwood William Horwood µ 7 FREE DOWNLOAD REVIEW Duncton Stone

    REVIEW Duncton Stone William Horwood µ 7 FREE DOWNLOAD READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB µ William Horwood So here we are the last of six books chronicling the turbulent lives of moles that live by the Stone and strive to seek Silence I can't say it's been the most gripping journey particularly the three books that comprise the

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    PDF/EBOOK (Duncton Stone) Patience and determination along with my unwillingness to leave this series unread have paid off I take a lot away from this book about writing about life about relationships The many sections regarding war stra

  5. says: REVIEW Duncton Stone William Horwood µ 7 FREE DOWNLOAD READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB µ William Horwood

    PDF/EBOOK (Duncton Stone) The sweetest end to the chronicles that are The Book of Silence The imagination that William Horwood has used to create this whole community of moles with their beliefs and their strengths and weaknesses is amazing I have loved the travails of the beautiful yet flawed characters

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    REVIEW Duncton Stone PDF/EBOOK (Duncton Stone) One of the most boring books I've ever read I often found myself wondering why I was wasting three weeks slogging through a book I fully intended to leave unfinished 17th of the way in instead of using that time

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    REVIEW Duncton Stone PDF/EBOOK (Duncton Stone) William Horwood µ 7 FREE DOWNLOAD A uest tale with a good dose of philosphy thrown in Fitting conclusion to the series

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