jon_p_noble at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 4 21:45:04 EDT 2003
I just picked up a copy of this too in an Australian
(Allen & Unwin from memory) edition, I haven't read it
yet (my daughter grabbed it when I brought it home -
she said it was good). I'll have to see if I can spot
any Americanisms. It was nice a cheap, at
$11.something less than half the price of Sabriel et
al. The first I knew of the book was a review (rave)
in the Galaxy Bookshop Newsletter (Sydney SF bookshop)
a couple of weeks ago, then a bookseller at school on
Wednesday had it.
Harry Potter is 11 in the first book
--- Anita Graham <amgraham at cygnus.uwa.edu.au> wrote:
> I sent a post to the list last week, about the new
> Garth Nix series. I
> haven't seen it on list, and as I was travelling I
> didn't use my usual
> software, so I'm resending just in case... Sorry if
> this is a repeat.
> I've not been active on the list for a while I know,
> but did I miss an
> announcement of the new Garth Nix series?
> I was totally pleased when airport bookshop browsing
> two days ago to
> spot "Mister Monday" by Garth Nix, and I'm even more
> pleased now,
> because its a
> book I can read twice, at least.
> Sadly, there's no sign of Grim Tuesday on the
> shelves yet.
> This is a children's book - for children younger
> than those who might
> Sabriel et al, and lots of fun. The main character
> has just turned 11 -
> so once
> again that's the magical age where adventures happen
> (Will in the Dark
> Rising had just turned 11, and I'm sure there are
> other books where 11
> is THE
> So far I have spotted references to Arthurian legend
> (in more than just
> main character being named Arthur), the Pied Piper,
> Prometheus, perhaps
> Yggdrasil (spelling?), and more.
> I really think DWJ fans will enjoy this, and with
> the best of luck,
> we'll enjoy
> the rest of the week too.
> BTW, I bought the book at Changi (in Singapore) and
> its a US edition
> calls his mother Mom, although I think he lives in a
> near future UK.
> I'll have
> to check more closely.)
> Anita (in KL today, but moving on...)
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