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Spiritwalk by Charles de Lint


by Charles de Lint

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The sequel to Moonheart reveals further adventures in the mysterious garden of a sprawling building in Ottawa--a garden that is a gateway to a magical world of native-American and Celtic mythology.
  bostonwendym | Mar 3, 2016 |
As I have said before, I love Charles de Lint, but this is a relatively early work, a sequel to "Moonheart", but not directly written as such, being made up of pieces written for various books and magazines, only related through the house which is at the centre of both books. Unsurprisingly therefore it is not wholly coherent, but the main story is still fairly typical de Lint, albeit at the darker .end of his spectrum of work. ( )
  johnwbeha | Nov 18, 2015 |
I like Charles de Lint`s writing, usually, and I like Tamson House a great deal, but this was such a hard book to get into. Every time I started to get a little bit involved in a storyline, the author would skip to a new one, and when he suddenly introduced two new characters in a scene with nobody we'd met before, and left one of the two nameless for several pages to conceal the fact that we'd heard of her in a previous storyline, and then it turned out that we had skipped months into the future on the same storyline and a whole lot of stuff had happened that we had to hear about secondhand... I decided it wasn't worth the trouble. ( )
  muumi | Jun 3, 2014 |
*note to self. (copy from Al).
  velvetink | Mar 31, 2013 |
Sequel to Moonheart; not quite as good, I don't think, but a great book nonetheless. ( )
  Crowyhead | Oct 29, 2005 |
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On September 23, 1906, one of Canada's most notorious lumber barons went for an afternoon ride in the Gatineau Mountains and never came back.
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Moonheart sequel. Interrelated stories involving old and new faces from Tamson House.
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