Daemon Voices by Philip Pullman – Review

Often in these sorts of collections repetition (unavoidable, it seems) of certain themes, references, examples, points, etc, tend to bog things down more than they should. This is especially true when it’s a repeated citation that I have no particular interest in. I found this in Neil Gaiman’s recent collection, The View from the Cheap … Continue reading Daemon Voices by Philip Pullman – Review

La Belle Sauvage by Philip Pullman – Review

La Belle Sauvage was a lot bigger than expected, and I'm not sure how much it benefitted from being quite so long. The first section, which deals with the largely mundane, sedate life of young protagonist Malcolm amidst rising suspense and political aggravation, possibly drags on a bit too long, and at times I was … Continue reading La Belle Sauvage by Philip Pullman – Review