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The Books of Magic, Volume 6: The Burning Girl

The Books of Magic Volume The Burning Girl The sixth graphic novel in the popular series The Books of Magic originally launched by Sandman writer Neil Gaiman Tim Hunter the young magician who could become the world s most powerful mystic h

  • Title: The Books of Magic, Volume 6: The Burning Girl
  • Author: John Ney Rieber Peter Snejbjerg Peter Gross
  • ISBN: 9781563896194
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
  • The sixth graphic novel in the popular series The Books of Magic , originally launched by Sandman writer Neil Gaiman Tim Hunter, the young magician who could become the world s most powerful mystic, has left his London home First stop the American southwest, where Tim runs into a snake spirit who teaches him a thing or two about power And in the realm of Faerie, the dThe sixth graphic novel in the popular series The Books of Magic , originally launched by Sandman writer Neil Gaiman Tim Hunter, the young magician who could become the world s most powerful mystic, has left his London home First stop the American southwest, where Tim runs into a snake spirit who teaches him a thing or two about power And in the realm of Faerie, the death of Molly O Reilly, Tim s ex girlfriend, has been decreed by Queen Titania, resulting in chaos and terror across the land.

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    1 thought on “The Books of Magic, Volume 6: The Burning Girl

    1. This came into the bookstore today and I was like, 'oooh, I read the first book or two from this series when I was seventeen because it was related to the Sandman and I will completely fellate anything related to the Sandman.' I looked online and it's expensive, it's got tons of stars from everybody on - everybody seems to be fellating it. So I read it, and it was fine, but sadly I'm a different kid than I was when I was seventeen, and the whole thing about faerie & stuff just seems less com [...]

    2. Another fascinating tale. The most intriguing part was how "hell" was depicted. It was not fire and brimstone or a crazy horned half goat half human thing (that was in the story but not really in the description of ones hell). No it was simply being faced with yourself was ones hell. The world was re-shaping and you had to choose what world you would create or be in but first you had to face yourself, your higher truer self if you will rather than the self you think you are. And the interaction [...]

    3. When we left Tim Hunter and Molly, Tim had just met a mermaid in the desert, and Molly had been tricked into eating fairy fruit, which has tied her to the fairy realm, meaning she can never return to the mortal world without dying. This set Molly off in a rage and she began to burn, setting fire to everything in Faerie she touched. When we pick up the story with THE BOOKS OF MAGIC 6: “The Burning Girl”, Tim is still on his surreal mind trip journey, stopping first in a ghost town populated b [...]

    4. Timothy Hunter and the Books of Magic is another thing that was blatantly ripped off by famous homeless person, J.K. Rowling. The Burning Girl is a'ight, but I felt it was weaker than the previous collections I read. To an extent, it lacked touch with the state of being a teenager - which I thought the previous collections captured a little better.Still, if you're a fan of the series, it's obviously worth reading. It's just not on the same level as Girl in the Box or some of the other collection [...]

    5. La verdad que no tengo ni idea de por qué lo marqué como to-read si me faltan casi todos los tomos anteriores e incluso todavía no leí varios de los que sí tengo, pero hasta nuevo aviso lo dejo como to-read porque vaya a saber uno qué motivos me tentaron a marcarlo entonces

    6. Molly and the realm of Faerie really dominate this book, which makes the action very interesting and exciting. Thumbs up.

    7. This is my favorite volume so far. The faerie are fascinating and the stakes are much higher. Molly steals the show, as Tim takes a backseat to her adventures.

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