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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 1149 pages
  • Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
  • Susanna Clarke
  • French
  • 16 July 2018
  • 2253112836

10 thoughts on “Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell


  1. says:

    Sigh, just what we need, another revolutionary, unusual fantasy book by an author with a practiced mastery of tone When will authors like Clarke realize that what the fantasy genre needs arepseudo medieval monomyths that sprawl out into fifteen volumes Her magic didn t conveniently solve all of the characters problems, instead, they wasted time thinking through conflicts and then had to solve them by taking action how dull is that The magic was weird, anyways It didn t have a simplist Sigh, just what we need, another revolutionary, unusual fantasy book by an author with a practiced mastery of tone When will authors like Clarke realize that what the fantasy genre needs arepseudo medieval monomyths that sprawl out into fifteen volumes Her magic didn t conveniently solve all of the characters problems, instead, they wasted time thinking through conflicts and then had to solve them by taking action how dull is that The magic was weird, anyways It didn t have a simplistic, internal system to allow it to act as a one for one substitute with technology, it was just all unpredictable and otherworldly and unknowable how can you even call that magic And the characters were overly complicated Instead of acting as recognizable archetypes, they were complex, conflicted, and developed as the story progressed For some reason, they also seemed hesitant t...


  2. says:

    Without a doubt the best book I have read this year I write that without hesitation and with a beaming smile on my face Incredible Enthralling Amazing The book was over 800 pages long and it did not seem long enough When I finished the book, I immediately turned out the light and tried to drift off to sleep, because I knew nothing else I did that night was going to top the feeling I got after blowing through the last 100 pages like a madwoman I want to start it over again, immediately.The Without a doubt the best book I have read this year I write that without hesitation and with a beaming smile on my face Incredible Enthralling Amazing The book was over 800 pages long and it did not seem long enough When I finished the book, I immediately turned out the light and tried to drift off to sleep, because I knew not...


  3. says:

    I so wanted to like this book The idea is just wonderful I was so pleased for a while to be in that world, a historical England I love the dialogue and descriptions And I love the idea of magic in an otherwise real setting, as though it were a normal part of our actual world But it was so frustrating to read after a while The footnotes, auuuugh, the footnotes They were cute at first, because the book is written sort of like a history book from that period But after a while they were just I so wanted to like this book The idea is just wonderful I was so pleased for a while to be in that world, a historical England I love the dialogue and descriptions And I love the idea of magic in an otherwise real setting, as tho...


  4. says:

    Jesus Christ, this book reads like molasses It s like the author took every book from her Brit Lit class and consciously tried to make it wordier and longer than all of them combined I get the point she wants to make, but I honestly could not get past the second chapter It also was so incredibly pretentious The whole thing has this superior feel, like having a conversation with someone who is absolutely reassur...


  5. says:

    Although Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell turns out to be a book I dearly love, I m afraid I can t recommend it to just anyone Whether you ll like it or not will truly depend on what you expect it to be If you wish for a fast paced excitement then this book is probably not for you Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell is a blend of meticulously researched historical fiction and imaginative fantasy, sprinkled here and there with bitin...


  6. says:

    Book like this are not written any This feels like it should have been published in the nineteenth century and not because of the obvious setting, but because of the remarkable writing style It is very similar to Austen s that I m sure she might have been delighted by Clarke s work Well, maybe But, either way novelists like this do not exist in this age, unfortunately The writing has the feel of a classic, but the plot has the feel of a thoroughly charming fantasy This is a work of co Book like this are not written any This feels like it should have been published in the nineteenth century and not because of the obvious setting, but because of the remarkable writing style ...


  7. says:

    If a novel of nearly 900 pages can be summarised in one phrase then Jonathan Strange Mr Norrell may, I think, be described as a stately, sly, witty, intricate, comic retelling of Dracula, with digressions and very little blood.Count Dracula takes life from beautiful young ladies, enslaves them, enchants them, enraptures them, steals them away, into his own twilight oops, sorry vampire world they become something other than what they were, undead, not alive yet not dead, creatures which If a novel of nearly 900 pages can be summ...


  8. says:

    Neil Gaiman said that this book is hard to overpraise , I will make an attempt thus While I was reading the second half of this book it occurred to me that I don t actually need to read any other novel ever again, I could just read this one book over and over again for the rest of my days and when the Grim Reaper calls I shall have this book clutched possessively in my stiff, unyielding fingers.Momentary insanity of course, but it is indicative of the devotion I feel toward this book With in t Neil Gaiman said that this book is hard to overpraise , I will make an attempt thus While I was reading the second half of this book it occurred to me that I don t actually need to read any other novel ever again, I could just read this one book over and over again for the rest of my days and when the Grim Reaper calls I shall have this book clutched possessively in my stiff, unyielding fingers.Momentary insanity of course, but it is ind...


  9. says:

    If a writer is going to publish a book this big thousand plus pages then it must be very good, or the readers will never know about the thousands plus pages beyond the heft as they toss it aside or by the thickness as it is put back on the shelf.This book is that good.Using language correct for the time period Napoleonic Wards era, early 1800s and richly complex characterizations reminiscent of Jane Austen or Charles Dickens, author Susanna Clarke has crafted a gem It was the winner of and If a writer is going to publish a book this big thousand plus pages then it must be very good, or the readers will never know about the thousands plus pages beyond the heft as they toss it aside or by the thickness as it is put back on the shelf.This book is that good.Using language correct for the time period Napoleonic Wards era, early 1800s and richly complex characterizations reminiscent of Jane Austen or Charles Dickens, author Susanna Clarke has crafted a gem It was the winner of and nominated for a host of awards like the Hugo, the Man Booker, Nebula, Locus, Guardian First Book, World Fantasy, Mythopoeic Fantasy, Book Sense and Cena Akademie SFFH High accolades all and topped off with a ...


  10. says:

    the hero of this novel, Mr Norrell, is in many ways a stranger in a strange land, uncomfortable with base emotions and disappointed with the shabbiness and inadequacies of others yet always yearning for true companionship a dignified, erudite, and refined gentleman quietly soulful and elegantly restrained commanding in his encyclopedic knowledge of the magical arts the other character, a fey and unreliable sort apparently named Jonathan Strange , offers fleeting friendship that is quick the hero of this novel, Mr Norrell, is in many ways a stranger in...

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