Voice of the Fire

Voice of the Fire


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781603090353
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Publication date: 07/14/2009
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range: 16 Years

About the Author

Alan Moore is widely regarded as the best and most influential writer in the history of comics. His seminal works include Miracleman and Watchmen, for which he won the coveted Hugo Award. Never one to limit himself in form or content, Moore has also published novels, Voice of the Fire and Jerusalem, and an epic poem, The Mirror of Love. Four of his ground-breaking graphic novels—From HellWatchmenV for Vendetta, and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen—have been adapted to the silver screen. Moore currently resides in Northampton, England.

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Voice of the Fire 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
SofiaAndersson on LibraryThing 10 months ago
Stories of magic, faith and the development of humans(or lack of) from the stone age to present day. This was the second time I started to read the book, the first time I was discouraged by the first story, using first person and present tense only. But the following chapters are easier to read, even if I get a little disturbed by the shakespeary language sometimes. It's not often I find a narrative that I don't recognise from another book.
teow on LibraryThing 10 months ago
I was very excited to see what Alan Moore's writing would be like outside of his comic work. I'm pleased to say that it does not disappoint. He really has a beautiful way with words, from the Joycean (I sort of feel like a goober using that word, but it seems accurate) opening to the closing in the author's own voice. The novel seems to be an expansion of one of the most interesting themes in From Hell: an exploration of occult history. Only instead of a quick tour of magical London, we're seeing an in-depth biography of Moore's own Northhampton. It's a subject that he has a lot of passion for, and his own enjoyment makes it fun to read in return.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is very very good, with an intriguing framework and thematic ideas. However, the BN version of this eBook on Nook HD is a wreck, with formatting that goes off the page and cannot be changed. Read this, but get it elsewhere!
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