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During the Eastern Jin Dynasty [ A. Nonetheless, I don't know that I'd characterize it particularly as a children's book; kids and YAs could certainly read it, but the tone, reading level and general vision are such that wouldn't necessarily fall short for adult tastes, either.
As a trigger warning, one of my friend's reviews mentions a scene of animal cruelty. If you're into traditional fantasy, this isn't a must-read, but I don't believe it would disappoint, either.
Werner I hope you can find it in a Spanish translation, Fonch! Oct 21, PM. Fonch Werner wrote: "I hope you can find it in a Spanish translation, Fonch!
Stephen King is very well known in Spain, and very popular. I Will buy this book son. Delain was a very old kingdom and it had had hundreds of Kings, perhaps even thousands; when time goes on long enough, not even historians can remember everything.
King used a unique narrative style for this fairy tale, where he flexes his writing muscle and offers something much different than his usual fare.
Fans of the Dark Tower series will see some name similarities and tributes here like King Roland much different 3. Fans of the Dark Tower series will see some name similarities and tributes here like King Roland much different personality than our beloved gunslinger and Flagg, who is as evil as always.
Set in historical fantasy-land times, it's a story about two young brothers rising to become Kings while the kingdom is really being ruled by a demented magician.
I loved how King tied in two childhood habits into the story later as major game changers. I enjoyed the characterization - Peter and his allies were formidable forces for good, Roland and Thomas among many who struggle between right and wrong, and then finally Flagg - pure evil badassness with his laboratory and potions.
It's not gory, but there are disturbing scenes, such as the use of a certain dragon-influenced poison. King again indulges in weird body humor - scenes with the King farting and picking his nose.
King does this often so I guess it's a humor he enjoys, although I could have done without some of the scenes. While the story is a good one, there's just not enough action and variances to justify it's length.
Not ridiculously long at pages, but my interest started waning. View all 6 comments. The single worst Stephen King novel I have ever read and this man has written his fair share of turds.
View all 71 comments. I understand that this was many readers' first King book. I understand that this book rests in the hearts of thousands.
I understand this is meant to be a fairytale, and that I am not the target audience. I understand all that and I still choose to hate this book.
How'd Bobby Brown put it Bronson Pinchot's performance is fantastic, and lends entertainment value to some of the most boring shit King has ever written.
There are only three major scenes in the book, and the plot doesn't even begin until a hundred pages in. That would be fine if this book was six- or seven-hundred pages long.
But no. It's pages long, with artwork and big-ass font to make the book seem thicker than it actually is.
This book ties in very loosely to the Dark Tower books. Delain is mentioned in several DT novels, and Thomas and Dennis's names are dropped in The Waste Lands , but overall, I feel that this one happens outside of Mid-World, in perhaps another inscape that resides off to the side, much like our own whens.
In summation: Not quite Young Adult because there's no trials-of-youth theme and nowhere near the quality of King's adult fiction, The Eyes of the Dragon is pretty much impossible to categorize in the King-verse.
Recommended to King completionists only. Shelves: fairy-tale , what-age-group. Well, that was different.
Well written of course. It wasn't bad at all Just not what I was expecting or really wanted--see King's reaction to that view below--if we all would have loved this one--we would have missed out "miserably".
Perhaps I would have rated it higher if I knew what was coming Or if I was extremely ill in bed slurping down chicken soup and my mom came in to read it to me and blush at the mention of the King's "iron" Hmmmm.
He's very very old. The most interesting thing about this book was Stephen King's response to it's so-so-reception.
He found out most readers didn't want a "fantasy" book from him. It seems he felt "chained" to his desk to write a certain type of book And, ironically, it is one of his most horrific books So, I guess his fans won Misery was one of his best book to film adaptations yet.
And I really hope the writing of it helped release his frustration at the ungrateful fantasy readers! One final thing I heard I'd probably give it a try.
Jul 02, Evelyn devours and digests words rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantastical , young-adult , favourites , writing-i-would-love-to-imitate , tortured-hero , unique-story-lines , stephen-king , great-characterization , worldbuilding-for-the-win.
Once upon a time, in the kingdom of Delain far away Seriously, why didn't this book started that way?
I can hear someone in the background barfing at the cheesiness of it but this chick right here lives for that kind of beginning in fairytales.
The Eyes of The Dragon is all things fantasy. Something I have never read from The King of Horror. It's always a big fun to read an author stepping out of his usual comfort zone.
And King nailed it! This book may Once upon a time, in the kingdom of Delain far away This book may be purely set in a fantastical world but it does has King's usual grit, and lo and behold!
The villain in the story is Flagg himself. In a way, Flagg has the upper hand in controlling the whole kingdom. He is practically the ruler.
He sought to destroy the perfect prissy boy and leave the throne ready for his weak-willed little brother, Thomas. The better to control Delain and lead the kingdom into years of bloodshed.
I fucking love this book. For so long, I've been searching up and down for a decent fairytale. I loaded myself with Young Adult fairytale retellings hoping it will sate my thirst but even those still left me empty.
Meanwhile, this isn't decent. It's fucking great, more like. I love how it's written. Duh, It's King!
The writing didn't peeved me off the way it did to some people. In fact, I'm really comfortable with Stephen King writing in the narration of a Storyteller.
It's like he's directly talking to the readers and it made me feel more connected. I can find no flaws in this book. Good writing? Solid characterization?
Amazing, spot on world building? High dosage of tensions? Legit villain? My nitpicky brain shut down and for once, I was actually reading words without a pause.
I was reading in enjoyment. And that was so fucking great. I didn't miss out on the fact that one of the characters here is named after King's own daughter, Naomi.
It's so sweet that he wrote this book for his little girl. That explains a lot of things to me because in some cases, I felt that things were toned down slightly here!
I need more grit though and definitely more of Flagg. Aug 01, Paul Nelson rated it it was ok Shelves: books-read. The Eyes of the Dragon is in my book a kids fantasy tale and one with a merrily joyous feel good factor, it was all just too nice and goodly good for me.
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