Wardens of the Weir

Wardens of the Weir If the shadows which threaten the ending of our world are beginning to loom too closely now what can anyone do With determination and courage quite a lot Even one person alone can help There was tha

  • Title: Wardens of the Weir
  • Author: Nicholas Stuart Gray
  • ISBN: 9780234720905
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
  • If the shadows which threaten the ending of our world are beginning to loom too closely now, what can anyone do With determination and courage, quite a lot Even one person alone can help There was than one to stand beside Toby Matheson in his battle against destruction his friend Fran and her golden dog Dilly, the ghastly Tonkins brats and the strange, magnificenIf the shadows which threaten the ending of our world are beginning to loom too closely now, what can anyone do With determination and courage, quite a lot Even one person alone can help There was than one to stand beside Toby Matheson in his battle against destruction his friend Fran and her golden dog Dilly, the ghastly Tonkins brats and the strange, magnificent Out Worlder whom they met by chance by chance one midnight by the weir This story is not quite fact or fantasy or science fiction perhaps it is all three It tells of the exciting and weird adventures the were dared by the Circle of Wardens And all the while the ordinary, funny, busy life of the village went on, no one knowing what ultimate terror hung over them allover us all.

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    About “Nicholas Stuart Gray

    • Nicholas Stuart Gray

      Nicholas Stuart Gray 23 October 1922, Scotland 17 March 1981 was a British actor and playwright, perhaps best known for his work in children s theatre in England He was also an author of children s fantasy he wrote a number of novels, a dozen plays, and many short stories Neil Gaiman has written that Gray is one of those authors I loved as a boy who holds up even better on rereading as an adult Many other modern fantasy authors, such as Hilari Bell, Cecilia Dart Thornton, Kate Forsyth, Cassandra Golds, Katherine Langrish, Sophie Masson, and Garth Nix, cite Gray s work as something they enjoyed as children.Perhaps his best known books are The Seventh Swan and Grimbold s Other World Gray often produced adaptations or continuations of traditional fairy tales and fantasy works, as in his Further Adventures of Puss in Boots His The Stone Cage is a re telling of Rapunzel from a cat s point of view Over The Hills to Fabylon is about a city whose king has the ability to make it fly off across the mountains if he feels it is in danger.Gray maintained a long term collaborative relationship with set designer and illustrator Joan Jefferson Farjeon sister of Eleanor Farjeon and Harry Farjeon she supplied the costume and scenic designs for many of the theatrical productions of his plays, as well as the illustrations of his books from

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    • 2.8Odd. A lot of the plot made very little sense and much of the fantasy segments of the story weren't very interesting. The ending felt empty and focused too much on details that seemed irrelevant. In fact, much of the story seemed irrelevant. Not Gray's best work.Some was interesting but too little was explained, especially Avatar. He was clad in mystery a little too much, I feel. Going into a little bit more of his character would have added more dimension to the overall story. This reminded [...]


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