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Sunsborne by Robin Wyatt Dunn

Sunsborne (edition 2017)

by Robin Wyatt Dunn (Author)

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Sunsborne pitches darkly into another world. Often the world and characters is hazy, but ''Sunsborne'' is a true picture of the reality, conflict and tensions. In the midst of a conflict torn situation there is love. Robin Wyatt Dunn presents an uncanny story of past and present, darkness and light. His way with language and its thick opacity create a stunning impact on the mind. If you are looking for ''meanings'', leave it. If you are looking for legerdemain stunts, leave it. But if you are looking for a fabulous world, in mythic settings, here it is, in the manner that only Dunn can achieve - credulity climaxing into incredible and fascinating story. Ananya S GuhaShillong, INDIA.… (more)
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Unfortunately, this was not my cup of tea. I rarely don't finish a book after i start it.This was one of them. I gave up after 10 chapters.Just way too abstract, couldn't get into it at all. ( )
  jenny_acc | Feb 4, 2019 |
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First, thank you to LibraryThing, and the author and publisher of this book. If I’m being honest I didn’t enjoy the book and ended up DNF (did not finish). I feel like it was more of a me thing than the book. I had a lot going on and was just trying to hurry and finish the book. This is not a complete review. I plan on going back and trying to read the book again. If I feel different after reading the book again I will state so here. ( )
  AbbieLauren2018 | Jun 4, 2018 |
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Something in Robin Wyatt Dunn's writing keeps pulling me back to his books. And even though I didn't really understand the last one I've read, Sunborne has a bit the same feeling, but at least I can wrap my head around it! It's a tad less theatrical and a bit more "sophisticated".
So, I might be on my way to fall in love with his work all over again, but I can't help it...
I miss Julia. Julia, Skydaughter... ( )
  NinaCaramelita | Mar 25, 2018 |
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