"Everything starts somewhere, although many physicists disagree."True to Pratchett's wit and wisdom, even China Mieville's frustratingly good writing had to have its beginnings. And so it begins here, in his first novel 'King Rat', which - as many readers have noted - reads like a close cousin to Neil Gaiman's 'Neverwhere'.
A cousin that the elderly relatives mention only in hushed whispers at family reunions. The heavily tattooed one, with piercings in places you don't want to think of, cla...more
She closed her eyes. The flute soared and dived; it fleshed out her skeletal tune in a way she could never achieve. The life in the live music was exuberant and neurotic and it sparked off the revivified bass, the very alive dancing with the dead. There was a promise to this tension.
|Miévillians: King Rat: Part Six - Jung List Terror & Epilogue: Chapters Twenty-Six to end||6||7||Aug 09, 2014 03:15AM|
|Miévillians: King Rat: Part Four - Blood: Chapters Fourteen to Nineteen||21||11||Jul 21, 2014 03:17AM|
|Miévillians: King Rat: Part Five - Spirits: Chapters Twenty to Twenty-Five||4||4||Jul 19, 2014 04:36AM|
|Miévillians: King Rat: Part Three - Lessons in Rhythm and History: Chapters Nine to Thirteen||21||11||Jul 01, 2014 11:10AM|
|Miévillians: * Introduction - Spoiler Free||24||22||Jun 18, 2014 11:40AM|
|Miévillians: King Rat: Part Two - The New City: Chapters Five to Eight||25||13||Jun 04, 2014 03:33AM|
|Miévillians: King Rat: Vocabulary||16||17||Jun 03, 2014 07:26PM|