Faerie Apocalypse

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Faerie Apocalypse

Faerie Apocalypse Over the centuries the Faerie Realms have drifted away from the mortal world But for some the Doors will open For some there is a Way to travel there if they want it badly enough If they dream it h

  • Title: Faerie Apocalypse
  • Author: Jason Franks
  • ISBN: 9781925496567
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Paperback
  • Over the centuries the Faerie Realms have drifted away from the mortal world But for some, the Doors will open For some, there is a Way to travel there, if they want it badly enough.If they dream it hard enough.In this era, only lovers, poets, and madmen can access the Realms of the Land and for good reason A succession of mortals travel to Faerie a veteran seeking beOver the centuries the Faerie Realms have drifted away from the mortal world But for some, the Doors will open For some, there is a Way to travel there, if they want it badly enough.If they dream it hard enough.In this era, only lovers, poets, and madmen can access the Realms of the Land and for good reason A succession of mortals travel to Faerie a veteran seeking beauty a magus seeking power an urchin seeking his wayward father an engineer seeking meaning These mortals bring the horrors of our age to the Land, and the Folk who live there respond in kind.

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    1. Narrelle on said:

      Have you ever wondered what's going on in the mind of people who set about pursuing quests in the worlds of magic? Potential lovers seeking the fairest of them all; mages seeking further power; sons seeking fathers; daughters seeking vengeance; those seeking simple distraction and escape from their everyday lives.Jason Franks has. And he doesn't think very highly of them.Faerie Apocalypse plays with the tropes of quests and fantasy violence. He twists the old storytelling standards of cycles-of- [...]

    2. Marta Salek on said:

      Faerie Apocalypse is very different. It’s humorous, in some ways, poking fun at Australian culture, at rock music and theatre, at politics, and, most of all, at the fairytale tropes we’ve all grown up with. It’s uncomfortable, highlighting that humans are complicated and often driven by unpleasant motives, whether they admit these or not. It’s uncompromising, sparing no punches as character upon character meets an untimely and grisly, but also somehow very fitting, end.I felt echoes of L [...]

    3. Devin Jeyathurai on said:

      Good but somewhat odd read - refreshing and novel. Richer and deeper than it first appears, this (maybe) literal faerie tale (ha!) recounts the exploits of people who have found doorways into a world quite different than our own. All is not as it appears, however, and these stories entwine and interlink in unexpected ways. Author Jason Franks makes the most of the unusual storytelling paradigm that he’s chosen - the diction and point of view of the writing is both intimate and distancing. Sayi [...]

    4. George on said:

      A great dark faerie taleA story with several great tales that build on each other. Dark twists and turns keep you turning the page.

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