Monthly Archives: December 2016

The Goblin Basements

The first time he visited the Goblin Basements he was very nearly unprepared. It was Christmas Eve, and the toys had been rioting all day, refusing to obey the simplest orders and breaking each other at the slightest excuse. He … Continue reading

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Frances Hardinge, Fly by Night

[This post contains many spoilers. Sorry.] Can we count as fantasy those texts in which nothing impossible actually happens? There are plenty of books in the fantasy section of my mental library about which this could be said: G K … Continue reading

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