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Duncton Wood by William Horwood book review
Susan from Hull Beautiful is exactly the right word for this book. Duncton Wood is a novel by William Horwood about moles that live in the English countryside – specifically, the fictional Duncton Wood in Oxfordshire. So if you have a spare moment, please tell us your thoughts by writing a reader’s review. You need to login to do this. I read a lot but I don’t think there will ever be another book that affects me or moves me in the way that I felt when I first read this wonderful book.
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Would you like us to take another look at this review? Mind you, I also have books two, three, and four on my bookshelves which makes me wonder if I am ever going to get around to reading them, or whether they are going to be tossed out at the next Church Fete — we will see.
For example, he frequently switches in a future omniscient voice to emphasize the importance of wpod even he is about to describe or just has described. The plotting was tedious at times. Something drew me to the first Duncton book many years ago and I have never regretted stumbling upon them despite the darkness one is asked to traverse amongst the many adventures in all six volumes! And that is exactly the strong point of this book.
How Moles Come to Life in William Horwoods “Duncton Wood” (Book Review)
I’m pleased for them and for Horwood. It’s the story of two Moles, Bracken and Rebecca, and the adventures they have as they try to protect Dunctn Wood from Mandrake an outsider and oddly enough, Rebecca’s father.
We became Druidesses after reading this book as well as Buddhists.
My response to Duncton Wood seems to have almost as many layers as the novel has pages, which is a bold claim. This however did not stop be from being drawn in and finding it hard to put the story down.
Mayweed’s story broke my heart. Exodus The Omega Group Book wokd. This enables a cruel tyrant, Mandrake, to take over the system. You have to suspend your disbelief massively in order to read this wlod.
Information on Moles Part of WilliamHorwood. William Horwood has wwood written two stand-alone novels intertwining the lives of humans and of eagles, The Stonor Eagles and Callanishand The William Horwood is an English novelist. Please review your cart. While it is perhaps obvious that this was Horwood’s first novel, it is still undoubtedly a master peace and one which is only enriched and enlivened by the rest of the series.
I only finished reading it a few minutes ago and decided to look up the author, I’m delighted that there is more And the woodland descriptions, beautiful or no, became quite exhausting at times. Very well written tale. Also, everybody in the book is a mole. Pages to import images to Wikidata. Duncton Wood and its sequel have for protagonistsanthropomorphic dunton living in Moledom, a community in Great Britain.
There is never too much information, but it is just right. The Azuleah Trilogy Fantasy Boxset. His son is still a little geeky and odd and I still love them and enjoy them as one woodd those series that I turn to too reread now and again just like a comfy old pair of jeans new item of clothing! Thanks for this review.