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Lua De Larvas (2014)

by Sally Gardner(Favorite Author)
3.85 of 5 Votes: 2
WMF Martins Fontes
review 1: Stark, powerful and original in its contextual adaptation of the moon landing. I loved the ambiguity and ambivalence of the setting, with its potential to be read as both a dystopian future and alternative Soviet past. Kudos to the publishers as well for the innovative ebook, which uses multimedia design elements to evoke the experience of reading with dyslexia. A well-deserved winner of the Costa.
review 2: I found this book to be wonderfully weird. The plot was fascinating, the writing was beautiful, and the whole thing left me just wanting to know more about the world in which the story takes place. It started on a rather mild note, and became more and more subtly disturbing as it went along. The very short chapters, and the art for each chapter (which told
... morea whole different story) added to unsettling feeling. I loved this book and would highly recommend it. less
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Grim, chilling, and compelling.
No fue lo que esperaba *sigh*
Plot contains profanity.
Muero. Sin palabras
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