Kcymaerxthaere Travel Guide: (Volume 6: Discover Kymaerica)
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Kcymaerxthaere Travel Guide: (Volume 6: Discover Kymaerica) [to order, go to http://www.kcystories.com/products ] is a practical guide to 23 Kcymaerxthaereal plaques and 2.5 Kcy Historical sites in linear North America. You'll learn fascinating facts about each one and get more of the fascinating history of the Tehachapi, The Parisian Diaspora and the Jihn Wranglikans amon...more
Paperback, Revised Second Edition, Proper Title, 72 pages
Published December 10th 2009 by Kcymaerxthaere (first published 2007)
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Leah
I got this book yesterday from a Goodreads firstreads contest, and I must admit, I am confused. The book is very pretty with fun pictures and really cool printing, but I can't get past the glossary because I feel like I'm going to have to decode the text. Will let you know how it goes.

Wow, I have to say that this was incredibly interesting, and I couldn't help thinking of Salman Rushdie's "Haroun and the Sea of Stories." The reading of this book requires an open mind and a little bit of time and...more
Kristen Nace
This is first book I won as a giveaway. I had a little trouble getting into it- especially until my husband pointed out to me I was tring to read it backwards. (The book is read from right to left like it would be in Arabic or japanese) Anyway, this is a very unique book. It is a travel guide to a parallel, alternate universe called Kcymaerxthaere. There are sites in our linear world that have significance to the world of Kcymaerxthaere. They are commermorated with plaques in various places all...more
Keith
Mar 04, 2010 Keith rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: patient fantasy/sci-fi fans
Shelves: first-reads
I saw this book as a great tangle of strings, all different shapes and sizes and colors. Let's look at two ways to think about this. The first is as a very lovingly, painstakingly crafted creative work presented in a novel format. I like reading the glossary first (seriously, I do), doesn't everyone? The second is as a mostly random mess, as a painter might splatter a canvas haphazardly. Unraveling and sorting the strings to prove the first would take more time and effort than this reader wants...more
 Jessica
I loved it - but I'm biased. I knew about Kymaerica before I read it. I'm on the mailing list for the Kcy postcard project and I've scoured the website for every last scrap of information about the Kcymaerxthaere.

I think the book is physically very pretty. I read through it in about an hour and a half, but like any guidebook I'm sure I'd gain more by going back through with a particular purpose in mind, as when visiting a linear plaque site.

I'm a big fan of alternate and intersecting realities...more
Shannon
This "book" is probably the most unique (weirdest?) books I've seen. While it is a travel guide to an obviously fantastical and fictional world, there is no explanation of this nor any indication that the author believes this is fiction. However, there is something to be said with total immersion into this world and culture.

I believe that some of the ideas in this book could definitely be expanded upon into short stories or even novels. Any more details about Amory Frontage's relationship with t...more
Natalia
Exceptionally, beautifully constructed - like a cross between a guide book and old national park brochures in style... But of, you know, a parallel world. I realized early on that the book seems to read approximately from back to front, though the chapters go front to back... even figuring out how to read it is a puzzle to unravel.

It's a marvelous work of art, I have to give it that, though I have no idea what any of it means. At first I thought it was just a travel guide to made up places, but...more
Glenn
I won this in a Goodreads giveaway. This is one strange book and I wasn't sure what to make of it and it isn't something I would normally read. I did find the design of the book interesting (you have to read the book backwards, but also flip backward a few pages at a time and start reading the book in normal forwards fashion to read the chapters sequentially, if that makes sense). I also give kudos for the creative and imaginative aspects that the author put into writing it, but just wasn't sure...more
Carmen
I wish I would have like it more because the premise is a unique one, but I found myself getting a little bored. It was not that interesting to read of places and happenings that occurred in another dimensional level - if the book was somehow related to an actual novel, maybe it would have been a great addition but as a stand-alone book there was much to be desired. I didn't actually care about anything that was happening.

* I received this book for free from Goodreads First Reads.
Laura
I won this book thru First Reads and I am grateful to get an autographed copy. However, this was not a normal book that reads left to right, this one was backwards. It was rather confusing and I have no idea if this was intentional or not. As far as content is concerned, there was a lot of useful information about certain areas, but the authors spelling of the words was rather confusing. Basically the book is a travel guide with history in it and a few maps.
Kathleen
This book was suddenly, unexpectedly delivered; it looks quite lovely, a friend saw it and is excited to read it, we'll see who gets to it first. This looks like a great gift for that friend who always seems to be into something strange; they'll open the package and find this beautiful thing and turn it in their hands, thinking, what the...?
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Jenny
This is a Goodreads "First Readers winner" book!
Interesting concept - poor execution. In this guide were a few ideas that could have made a better story. The format was confusing - backwards-like chapters. Travel guides should be set up for the visitor, not the native. The best thing about this book was the feel of the pages.
JoAnn H.
I one this book on the Goodreads 'list advance book copies of giveaway'. This was a very imaginative book that had great illustrations of this alternate world. I enjoy reading about the alternate universe and how it compares to reality.
Caitlin
It had nice pictures? It's not really a book book but more like a puzzle. I puzzle I couldn't really solve.
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