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3rd Jan '16 9:34:24 AM AgProv
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* Creator/AlanGarner wrote two fantasy novels in the early NineteenSixties, aimed at a readership of 12 or above. [[CreatorBacklash The fact he didn't like the books very much]] meant it took him a long time to get around to writing a concluding sequel, ''Literature/{{Boneland}}''. Fifty years, to be precise. ''Boneland'' is as far away as you can possibly get from the certainties and the linear plot of ''Literature/TheMoonOfGomrath''. The book has a dark, grey, quality to it and follows one of the child-characters from the earlier books into adulthood. Colin, the heroic child who entered Faerie at age twelve, is bewildered, disillusioned, on the brink of the male menopause and fighting mental health issues. He is, quite literally, wondering where the Magic went to. It isn't difficult to suspect Garner is writing an ironic postscript for all those children who devoured the magic of ''Brisingamen'' and ''Gomrath''. And then grew up into adults, thinking back to the magical excitement of reading Garner's adventures as kids, and who today....
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* Creator/AlanGarner wrote two fantasy novels in the early NineteenSixties, [[TheSixties nineteen-sixties]], aimed at a readership of 12 or above. [[CreatorBacklash The fact he didn't like the books very much]] meant it took him a long time to get around to writing a concluding sequel, ''Literature/{{Boneland}}''. Fifty years, to be precise. ''Boneland'' is as far away as you can possibly get from the certainties and the linear plot of ''Literature/TheMoonOfGomrath''. The book has a dark, grey, quality to it and follows one of the child-characters from the earlier books into adulthood. Colin, the heroic child who entered Faerie at age twelve, is bewildered, disillusioned, on the brink of the male menopause and fighting mental health issues. He is, quite literally, wondering where the Magic went to. It isn't difficult to suspect Garner is writing an ironic postscript for all those children who devoured the magic of ''Brisingamen'' and ''Gomrath''. And then grew up into adults, thinking back to the magical excitement of reading Garner's adventures as kids, and who today....
3rd Jan '16 9:33:08 AM AgProv
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* Creator/AlanGarner wrote two fantasy novels in the early NineteenSixties, aimed at a readership of 12 or above. [[CreatorBacklash The fact he didn't like the books very much]] meant it took him a long time to get around to writing a concluding sequel, ''Literature/{{Boneland}}''. Fifty years, to be precise. ''Boneland'' is as far away as you can possibly get from the certainties and the linear plot of ''Literature/TheMoonOfGomrath''. The book has a dark, grey, quality to it and follows one of the child-characters from the earlier books into adulthood. colin, the heroic child who entered Faerie at age twelve, is bewildered, disillusioned, on thre brink of the male menopause and fighting mental health issues. He is, quite literally, wondering where the Magic went to. It isn't difficult to suspect Garner is writing an ironic postscript for all those children who devoured the magic of ''Brisingamen'' and ''Gomrath''. And then grew up into adults, thinking back to the magical excitement of reading Garner's adventures as kids, and who today....
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* Creator/AlanGarner wrote two fantasy novels in the early NineteenSixties, aimed at a readership of 12 or above. [[CreatorBacklash The fact he didn't like the books very much]] meant it took him a long time to get around to writing a concluding sequel, ''Literature/{{Boneland}}''. Fifty years, to be precise. ''Boneland'' is as far away as you can possibly get from the certainties and the linear plot of ''Literature/TheMoonOfGomrath''. The book has a dark, grey, quality to it and follows one of the child-characters from the earlier books into adulthood. colin, Colin, the heroic child who entered Faerie at age twelve, is bewildered, disillusioned, on thre the brink of the male menopause and fighting mental health issues. He is, quite literally, wondering where the Magic went to. It isn't difficult to suspect Garner is writing an ironic postscript for all those children who devoured the magic of ''Brisingamen'' and ''Gomrath''. And then grew up into adults, thinking back to the magical excitement of reading Garner's adventures as kids, and who today....
3rd Jan '16 9:32:06 AM AgProv
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* Creator/AlanGarner wrote two fantasy novels in the early NineteenSixties, aimed at a readership of 12 or above. [[CreatorBacklash The fact he didn't like the books very much]] meant it took him a long time to get around to writing a concluding sequel, Literature/{{Boneland}}''. Fifty years, to be precise. ''Boneland'' is as far away as you can possibly get from the certainties and the linear plot of ''Literature/TheMoonOfGomrath''. The book has a dark, grey, quality to it and follows one of the child-characters from the earlier books into adulthood. colin, the heroic child who entered Faerie at age twelve, is bewildered, disillusioned, on thre brink of the male menopause and fighting mental health issues. He is, quite literally, wondering where the Magic went to. It isn't difficult to suspect Garner is writing an ironic postscript for all those children who devoured the magic of ''Brisingamen'' and ''Gomrath''. And then grew up into adults, thinking back to the magical excitement of reading Garner's adventures as kids, and who today....
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* Creator/AlanGarner wrote two fantasy novels in the early NineteenSixties, aimed at a readership of 12 or above. [[CreatorBacklash The fact he didn't like the books very much]] meant it took him a long time to get around to writing a concluding sequel, Literature/{{Boneland}}''.''Literature/{{Boneland}}''. Fifty years, to be precise. ''Boneland'' is as far away as you can possibly get from the certainties and the linear plot of ''Literature/TheMoonOfGomrath''. The book has a dark, grey, quality to it and follows one of the child-characters from the earlier books into adulthood. colin, the heroic child who entered Faerie at age twelve, is bewildered, disillusioned, on thre brink of the male menopause and fighting mental health issues. He is, quite literally, wondering where the Magic went to. It isn't difficult to suspect Garner is writing an ironic postscript for all those children who devoured the magic of ''Brisingamen'' and ''Gomrath''. And then grew up into adults, thinking back to the magical excitement of reading Garner's adventures as kids, and who today....
3rd Jan '16 9:31:41 AM AgProv
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Where did the magic go? There was lots of it around when i was twelve, but now i'm forty-six I really need it again...
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* Creator/AlanGarner wrote two fantasy novels in the early NineteenSixties, aimed at a readership of 12 or above. [[CreatorBacklash The fact he didn't like the books very much]] meant it took him a long time to get around to writing a concluding sequel, Literature/{{Boneland}}''. Fifty years, to be precise. ''Boneland'' is as far away as you can possibly get from the certainties and the linear plot of ''Literature/TheMoonOfGomrath''. The book has a dark, grey, quality to it and follows one of the child-characters from the earlier books into adulthood. colin, the heroic child who entered Faerie at age twelve, is bewildered, disillusioned, on thre brink of the male menopause and fighting mental health issues. He is, quite literally, wondering where the Magic went to. It isn't difficult to suspect Garner is writing an ironic postscript for all those children who devoured the magic of ''Brisingamen'' and ''Gomrath''. And then grew up into adults, thinking back to the magical excitement of reading Garner's adventures as kids, and who today....
20th Nov '15 6:04:58 AM Anddrix
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* Arguably, WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic could be heading towards that direction, as the show seems to be getting darker and more mature as it goes on.
20th Nov '15 5:46:38 AM xTommyChief343x
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* Arguably, "WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic" could be heading towards that direction, as the show seems to be getting darker and more mature as it goes on.
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* Arguably, "WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic" WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic could be heading towards that direction, as the show seems to be getting darker and more mature as it goes on.
20th Nov '15 5:46:21 AM xTommyChief343x
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* Arguably, "WesternAnimation/{{MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic}}" could be heading towards that direction, as the show seems to be getting darker and more mature as it goes on.
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* Arguably, "WesternAnimation/{{MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic}}" "WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic" could be heading towards that direction, as the show seems to be getting darker and more mature as it goes on.
20th Nov '15 5:44:58 AM xTommyChief343x
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* Arguably, "WesternAnimation/{{MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic}}" could be heading towards that direction, as the show seems to be getting darker and more mature as it goes on.
25th Oct '15 10:09:25 AM MarkLungo
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* Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon -- what started out as Hiccup and Toothless getting into misadventures with their friends turns into an [[DarkerAndEdgier all-out war between the Vikings and the dragons.]]
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* Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon ''Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon'' -- what started out as Hiccup and Toothless getting into misadventures with their friends turns into an [[DarkerAndEdgier all-out war between the Vikings and the dragons.]]
25th Oct '15 8:27:25 AM Mr.Phorcys
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* HowToTrainYourDragon,
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* HowToTrainYourDragon, Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon -- what started out as Hiccup and Toothless getting into misadventures with their friends turns into an [[DarkerAndEdgier all-out war between the Vikings and the dragons.]]
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