10 edition of Spirits in the wires found in the catalog.
|Statement||Charles de Lint.|
|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.D357 S65 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||448 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||448|
|LC Control Number||2003041410|
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Spirits in the Wires () — The thirteenth book in the Newford series by Charles de Lint. Contents[show] Description It doesn't matter where we come from, or even what we look like. The only thing that matters is who we are now. Ancient magic and the Internet weave a spell, in the latest Newford novel from urban fantasy master Charles de Lint.
Charles de Lint's "Newford" novels, loosely Spirits in the Wires also introduces Voodoo loa (but seemed to confabulate Legba with Baron Samedi) and the Jungian concept of a person's Shadow (but as an actual Since the main plot centered around a website (and, essentially, its genus loci), there's more computer stuff in this book than previous stories and it seemed that the de Lint was This is a question confronting the characters in Spirits in the Wires, a Newford novel by Charles DeLint.
It is helpful to have read one of the other Newford books first, but not absolutely necessary. I would recommend starting with Tapping the Dream Tree, a collection of short stories that include most if not all of the Newford characters.
› Books › Science Fiction & Fantasy › Fantasy. Spirits In The Wires () About book: Before I get into Spirits in the Wires, I just have to say: one thing I generally Spirits in the wires book about De Lint books are the lady characters. I hate the phrase ~manic pixie dream girl~ in light of the derogatory way it's generally employed, but it still comes to mind — more in the sense that De Lint has a gift for creating manic pixie dream worlds, and then Spirits in the Wires (Book): De Lint, Charles: Charles de Lint's Newford novels, loosely linked tales with overlapping characters set in an imaginary modern North American city, are tales of magic and myth afoot on today's city streets.
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Spirits in the Wires, by Charles de Lint, on the other hand, does not [force you to think]. It is yet another tale set in Newford, a city irradiated by Faerie, a venue, therefore, for urban fantasy riffs: elves and hobs and guitar-strumming incarnations of Robert Johnson and women with great hearts who end up with men who love them unto death The latest in Charles de Lint’s Newford novels, Spirits in the Wires, returns to the Wordwood, an internet site de Lint first explored in the short story “Saskia” which immediately showed signs of becoming a powerful force in his mythic world.
In this work, the godlike Wordwood is set upon by a malicious virus set upon it by a blackmailed computer programmer and a vindictive book ~silverag/ Spirits in the Wires Quotes Showing of 1 “I watched the people passing below, each of them a story, each story part of somebody else's, all of it connected to the big story of the world.
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he mysteries inhabiting the World Wide Web are the focus of Charles de Lint's Newford novel Spirits in the Wires. When a popular, literature-related research web site called the Wordwood crashes, everyone visiting the site -- including popular author Christy Riddell's girlfriend, Saskia The Barnes & Noble Review The mysteries inhabiting the World Wide Web are the focus of Charles de Lint's Newford novel Spirits in the Wires.
When a popular, literature-related research web site called the Wordwood crashes, everyone visiting the site -- including popular author Christy Riddell's girlfriend, Saskia Madding -- suddenly :// Get this from a library. Spirits in the wires. [Charles De Lint] -- Manifestations of a writer named Christy, Saskia, who believes she was born on a website, and Christiana, who is made up from the writer's cast-off personality traits, find their virtual lives Spirits in the Wires is no exception.
On the down side, de Lint has thrust an unusually large number of characters, both familiar and new, into the tale, so much so that the book Get this from a library.
Spirits in the wires. [Charles De Lint] -- At a popular Newford online research and library Web site called the Wordwood, a mysterious crash occurs.
Everyone visiting the site at the moment of the crash vanishes from where they were sitting Spirits in the Wires Published by gringod at pm under General This is an old article and the information contained within it may be out of date, not reflect my Spirits in the Wires (Book): De Lint, Charles: Manifestations of a writer named Christy, Saskia, who believes she was born on a website, and Christiana, who is made up from the writer's cast-off personality traits, find their virtual lives threatened by Spirits in the Wires - Charles De Lint - 洋書の購入は楽天ブックスで。全品送料無料！購入毎に「楽天スーパーポイント」が貯まってお得！みんなのレビュー・感想も満載。 The Newford book series by Charles de Lint includes books Dreams Underfoot, Memory and Dream, The ivory and the horn, and several more.
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