The Onion Girl

(Gollancz SF S.)

by | Publisher: Gollancz
Average vote of 7
| 3 total contributions of which 3 reviews , 0 quotes , 0 images , 0 notes , 0 video
Newford: where magic lights dark streets, where myths walk in modern shapes, where humans and older beings must work to keep the whole world turning. At the centre of the entwined lives of all the Newford tales stands a young artist named Jilly ...Continua
Wrote 7/20/11

This book has given me a lot to think about, Charles De Lint has something magic himself

Wrote 5/3/09
After finishing Widdershins I decided I really needed to go back and re-read the Onion Girl. The book which Widdershins was kinda a sequel too. It was interesting to see how in this book there was a much less of the magical fairy tale type reality an...Continua
Wrote 10/11/08
Story of Jilly Coppercorn - long! Starts with her being hit by car. Before she can heal her body, though, she needs to heal old hurts inside - like facing the little sister she left behind when she ran away from home. Good beginning, okay ending,...Continua

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