[DWJ] Pinhoes, spoilerless
Belben, Philip (Energy Wholesale)
Philip.Belben at eon-uk.com
Thu Oct 19 04:16:02 EDT 2006
I'm ready to discuss, although I don't know if I'll have time to read
the discussion, let alone contribute!
> People have always divided over Jones's individual books. I tend to
> explain it as a "preference for myth layers" (Fire and Hemlock) versus
> a "preference for structures" (Archers Goon) --this is not about
> whether they contain one or the other, but which takes the lead.
That's interesting. I have a preference for structures (Sudden Wild
Magic is my favourite), but I preferred Pinhoe Egg. My first impression
was poor, however: it was only on re-reading that I realised how
compelling the story is. Linear, yes, but compelling anyway. Often
with a Jones book, I read it for the first time and then turn back and
start again. I didn't like Pinhoe enough to do that, but a couple of
days later I found myself reading it again. And then again a few days
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