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SOMNIUM sens de ce mot latin dans le dictionnaire Dictionnaire latin franais et franais latin avec un analyseur de texte latin et de puissants outils de recherche Le dictionnaire latin recherche parmi les formes dclines et conjugues plus de de formes latines rpertories et sens Jacco Gardner Somnium Musiue en streaming couter coutez Somnium par Jacco Gardner sur Deezer Avec la musiue en streaming sur Deezer dcouvrez plus de millions de titres crez gratuitement vos propres playlists explorez des genres diffrents et partagez vos titres prfrs avec vos amis SOMNIUM NANTES Chiffre d'affaires rsultat bilans sur SOMNIUM Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis Du Somnium par les Bndictins de St Maur – dans du Cange et al Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis d augm Nior One of the beautiful books Read only at night in keeping with its premise I know my dreams were vivid while reading itI wish it were widely available

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Somnium AUTHOR Steve Moore

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Steve Moore ´ 5 review

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10 thoughts on “Somnium AUTHOR Steve Moore

  1. says:

    Astonishing As unwieldy and captivating in structure as the best maddest gothic novels Alan Moore mentions Potocki in his afterword but I was also reminded of Melmoth the Wanderer yet in tone like Swinburne had he written a novel off the back of a Clark Ashton Smith binge The best autobiographical novel set 200 years ago you're ever likely to read and in terms of bringing the Greek myths to modern London akin to a less frenzied Greek Street


  2. says:

    One of the beautiful books Read only at night in keeping with its premise I know my dreams were vivid while reading itI wish it were widely available


  3. says:

    The only annoying thing about this book and no fault of those who felt they should support it with afterword and praise is that the publisher and fit Alan Moore's name in as co writer when in point of fact he is not Apart from his afterword all the text all the wonderful prose is that of his namesake Steve Now anyone who knows anything of Alan Moore will tell you it was Steve a couple of years older than Alan who taught the mastermind behind V for Vendetta Watchmen and From Hell in the art of creating comic books Here though it is Steve Moore's turn to shine and shine like Floyd's crazy diamond he does This novel is a pleasure beyond belief and yet it shouldn't be Apart from his work in the comic book field Steve Moore has worked for Fortean Times once as its editor but also has written a wealth of essays and articles and books It is hard when considering that body of work to find one single thing that stands out above the rest but for me Somnium does just that A multi threaded tale linked by ones single deity Selene is intertwined with mirrored copies of the same story spun across centuries where one story weaves into the other and back again using prose that flows like poetry From the 19th century we travel back to Elizabeth 1st's era and as we do so the prose alters to suit the age This is a true case of Steve Moore showing us near genius as he alters the voice the prose to suit the age it is written in Blended into this comes a letter from the 21st century written about the same subject as the 19th century tale which in itself is a warped same of ueen Bess's period It is an astounding achievement I found the part where the current world enters the story via a screen play or script a bit hard to follow but I think that was my fault than the authors desire to complicate things There is a subtle sense of the erotic littered throughout but gently coerced into the telling Fundamentally this is an occult love story with one central amour that of SeleneDianeCynthia but with three male lovers who tell their tales spread across the ages This is key to the story having three authors who al appear to write the other into the tale Like one of those supremely well crafted EC Comics stories where what appears to be one thing in reality is not After this showing I hope the too often overlooked Moore will receive as much praise as his good friend He deserves it


  4. says:

    I've just finished reading Somnium for the third time my copy is one of my most treasured possessions I daren't take the risk of allowing it to leave the house each time i read it like the titular lunar palace it seems to have grown More complete complex stunning this time it was much darker than previously there was threat and horror it was almost too claustrophobic to keep readingthis book is like the fanciest cake you have ever laid eyes on a decorative beautiful marvel of the art with many layers and wondrous flavours but try to eat it all at once and you'll feel sick i say this having forced myself through all but the first ten pages over the course of todaythere is so much to this book so much ambiguity it begins as an unconventional romance becomes even unconvential and by the end is the most stunning metafictional display i have ever seen it never stoops to self conscious games it is always deadly serious never pleased with itself never show offy it is exactly what it needs to be it's a glorious paean to the writer's art but by demonstration of what that art can do rather than being content to merely tell the reader what fiction can do it does it this book is significant in my life and it's than reassuring to see that it holds up as a great work as well as holding emotional significance read it if you can somehow they've stopped selling the kindle edition and there's no sign of the promised paperback yet


  5. says:

    A strange book Multiple realities bleeding into each other What is real and what is fiction blurred Our imagination makes us as gods as we create reality Complex and subtle this Elizabethan romance to the moon rewards deep engagement and reflection


  6. says:

    It was around this time that I began to realise that the waking part of Steve Moore's life the part I knew was just the iceberg's tip There was another life entirely going on below the waterlineAlan MooreAn utterly spellbinding and poignant work of imaginative fiction At its best it has you entranced in its radiant splendour let down at times only by my own mental incapacity to keep up with its majestic visions Despite stiff literary competition no one else to my mind has managed to fuse dreams with reality in such a dazzling evocative way With its silken prose kaleidoscopic narrative structure and richness of detail the technical elements are all there But the pleasure of bearing witness to such a vast imaginative landscape is what renders this a real masterpiece Add to this the gorgeous cover design and production uality from Strange Attractor Press and I have a work that I can really treasure


  7. says:

    Really excellent and unusual fantasy novel


  8. says:

    Let me start off by saying that I rarely uit reading a book I am one of those people that will try to force myself to finish any book I start even if I don't enjoy it I really tried to give this book a chance Alas I have decided it is time to let it go after having gotten 75% through It started out boring I hoped it might get better It did not A few mildly interesting parts but completely washed out in what I must describe as worthless twaddle The premise seemed to have a lot of potential I also looked forward to the paganfantasymultiple realities theme And while I am also a big fan of the moon this book is just really too much The plot meanders but never really gets anywhere at all Some side stories are started and left hanging indefinitely The writing style has no variety whatsoever Words and phrases were recycled over and over ad nauseum The main character is pathetic flat boring simple minded one dimensional All the other characters follow suit It got to the point where I thought if I read the word sweet one time I would vomit It seriously seems like he uses that word in every single paragraph Come on man use some variety in your adjectives I'm sure the author thinks he is being very clever I mean he's got original poetry in there right? And even a play And there are multiple timelines so that's original right? While these things can work somehow he manages to make it all seem like useless mush Ugh Save yourself the trouble


  9. says:

    This took me uite a while to find its rythm I suggest it to be read slowly in short chunks so that its repetitions do not grate But it is a beautiful romantic reverie its theme explored repeatedly from slightly different angles Very joyful I can see reading it repeatedly One star off because its central conceit of narratives within narratives I found I could take or leave


  10. says:

    Easily one of my favorite novels It is mind blowing in an all too real way Better review pending