In Mythago Wood, Robert Holdstock gave us an intricate world spun from the stories of Irish and English mythology Segundo libro de la serie Bosque Mitago. Mythago Wood is a fantasy novel by British writer Robert Holdstock, published in the United Kingdom in It won the World Fantasy Award for Best Novel in. Bosque Mitago by Robert Holdstock, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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Lavondyss has everything I love in a book: For as long as Steven remembers, his father, who recently died, had been so obsessed with the forest that it destroyed their family. Porque ella demuestra que se puede amar incondicionalmente, y no por ello tienes que depender de nadie para sobrevivir. The cautious fawn is her, the naive one is Harry? Feb 25, carol. To ask other readers questions about Lavondyssplease sign up.

His writing incorporated concepts of reincarnation, boswue of the bosqu, mystical or shamanist We all make choices everyday that allow the immediate world to unfold in a particular way. When George was home, he remained in his study with old books and papers.

I am NOT hyperbolizing when I say that Robert Holdstock was a very special writer and his Mythago Wood Cycle is something unique and extraordinary in the world of adult fantasy, specifically blsque fiction. The book definitely has a sense of the creepy and mysterious. This book was really good, and the suspense is wonderful.

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Those who go after the mythagos into the wood are permanently affected. Even after finishing the book, I believe I fully understood what I read, but on many levels I am sure I have missed certain elements of what bosqus author was trying to get across and it would probably be beneficial to read it again.

We’re given hints and impressions and maybe even some false information from unreliable characters?

The characters are endearing and I experienced their joy, pain, hope, and hopelessness. Es capaz de ver los seres que lo habitan, y da nombre a lugares y encrucijadas. Harry’s diary was not the first diary that had impacted Steven’s life. Jan 13, Jim rated it it was amazing Shelves: Many pages are spent delving into the past of the father but we learn early on what has happened to him.


In these “places” dwell or are created “archetypal” figures called Mythagos that have been represented throughout history by characters of legend from mankind’s collective myths. Holdstock works through a lot of interesting ideas. I may not see eye to eye with my sisters all of the time, but the ties hkldstock us are strong–I just couldn’t find the rivalry of Chris mmitago Steven to be believable.

Dec 21, Vic rated it really liked it. They all know that the woman whom they are fixated on isn’t real–the author goes to great pains let us know through them that she is made of branches, leaves and soil.

Holdstock created a landscape that is at once ephemeral and timeless, real and imagined, terrible and enchanting, easily encircled by footpaths and impossible to cross. I tend to be picky and demanding about style.

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What starts as an intriguing concept begins to unravel due to poor pacing and plotting. But it was dramatic, well-done, dobert and kinda interesting.

Share your thoughts with other customers. James Guide to Fantasy Writers 1st ed. It marked the end of the encounter. You have to accept that it’s a story that isn’t going to give you a literal meaning but is instead going to track in symbols and masks, in new ways of looking at a world that doesn’t like to be stared at, to look and blink and bsoque away and then try bosquf describe what happens in that moment where you can’t see anything.

This is a different story and I enjoyed reading it.

Amazon Second Chance Holdstoco it on, trade it in, give it a second life. It’s quite possible the disconnect boils down to my imagination of what the roobert was like not quite living up to what the book was actually like, but reading this book makes me think that maybe Holdstock reread “Mythago Wood”, somehow looked ahead to the future to see what I thought of the book and realized that I was right in every way and then proceeded to write the book that he thought would give me a satisfying reading experience, despite the fact that I’m somewhat hard to please.


The pace is quick. I don’t have the book in front of me, but its only a short period of time before he starts muttering about ‘forever. If you have never read Holdstock, I strongly recommend that you read Mythago Wood and this book. Paperbackpages.

I struggled to feel motivated to pick up the book most of the time. As the story unfolds we discover that the father, though he had died, has merged with a large angry mythical creature from ancient times. Robrt in an attempt to explain what IS going on to Steven has him read their father’s diary which is filled with stories and observations that barely make sense. Will the real world have distorted tales of Steven and myself, and our quest to avenge the Outsider’s abduction?

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During this time, Steven is figuring out what’s going on in the woods and he meets and falls in love with Guiwenneth yes, the same girl that his father and brother loved. Most forests today and in the recent past are only a few centuries old or less. This is an acclaimed book.

The rules that bind the cautious, obsessive youngster feel logical, dangerous: Christian disappears into the woods and each time he reappears he is a different, less civilized, unrecognizable form of the brother Steven knew.

Everything appears to be connected in one way or one dimension or another.