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LET'S HEAR IT FOR MAX! 22 juin 2011
Par David Keymer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
"Max the Wolf was a wolf in exactly the same way that foothills are made up of real feet and a tiger shark is part tiger, which is to say, not at all. Max was in fact a boy, between twelve and thirteen years old, and entirely human. He was dressed in a Boy Scout uniform."

Thus begins the adventures of Max the Wolf, not a wolf at all, as the author clarifies at the beginning of this book, but an earnest, resourceful young Boy Scout, who is prepared for every eventuality and always carries in his pockets his Lost Kit -"a dozen strike-anywhere matches, a candle, a roll of fishing line with two hooks, a few bandages in sterile wrappings, and a needle and thread," with a length of twine wrapped tightly around the outside of the watertight package- and trusty Boy Scout knife.

The story Willingham narrates is utterly charming. I use the word "charming" in both senses: what happens in this small scale odyssey is both charming to read and seems, somehow, to have come about through some kind of magical charm, certainly not through any form of ordinary Boy Scout logic. Max finds himself in a forest where the animals, even a tree, talk back to him, and he has no memory how he got there. He gains companions: a badger who boasts a lot but is ferocious in battle, a brown bear who is easily distracted by the prospect of food of any kind, and a foul-tempered old tomcat with one eye missing, raggle-taggle fur and scars decorating his body. Pursuing them are the Blue Cutters, equipped with magical swords that do terrible things to the creatures they are used on.

There are a few early passages in the book that struck this reviewer as just on the edge of being cute, perhaps imitative of Tolkien's The Hobbit. But these (minor) blemishes quickly disappear and the narrative builds momentum. What is left is a wholly engrossing story, filled with adventure and with a cast of heroes you come to cheer for. A wholly unanticipated ending wraps everything up with a twist.

This is the first children's book written by award-winning graphic novelist Bill Willingham and it's a clear winner. Mark Buckingham's pen and ink drawings add to the book's charm, especially his drawing of McTavish the Monster, the cranky old tomcat who's always looking for a fight. I hope I get the chance to meet Max again. Preferably soon.
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Exciting and thought-provoking 7 janvier 2003
Par Sarah Haslett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
While the publisher's summary may make it sound like a children's book, I have discovered that its adventures are as exciting as they are thought-provoking. Every page fills the reader with questions. And every time a question is answered, more rise up to fill its place. While young readers will surely enjoy the adventure, older readers will enjoy its deeply probing questions of life, freedom and originality.
I bought this book after reading Bill's comic series Fables, and I'm glad I did. If anyone enjoys this book, then you will enjoy Fables (or vice versa). The first 5 issues have been collecting into a trade paperback called Fables: Legends in Exile, which can also be found on amazon. Coincidently, this first story arc is a murder mystery.
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My son liked it more than I did 26 août 2011
Par Georgia Mom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
This book has an interesting premise (spoiler alert). Max the Wolf is a boyscout who wakes up in a seemingly familar but unknown place, with only certain memories. He meets up with a few talking animals who become his friends. He and his pals are being hunted by people called Blue Cutters. These Blue Cutters carry big swords that have the ability to cut their victims into new creatures/people for no apparent reason. The new friends discover they must get to one of the Wizards lands to be safe from the cutters and so the we begin a story of adventure that kept my 9 year old son thoroughly engaged. In the end three of the 4 friends makes it safely to the Wizards land to discover the Wizard is just the writer of max the Wolf stories, who has died. The writers death meant that his characters come over to this new land and now can experience free will. I thought the whole premise was unique but also a bit stretched, however my son bought into it completely and loved it. It also inspired a desire in him to want to read the original books the characters came from (and they are from other writer's books).
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Fictional Folks 21 juin 2001
Par Brian Clopper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I read this book in under 3 days. It's a marvelous fantasy with a bigger message on creativity. I encourage any who dreamed of putting pen to paper and writing a novel to pick up "Mysterly." You'll love the sheer joy that shines through as the writer crafts his tale. It's rare to see an author show such affection toward his gifted characters.
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Pretty good YA 1 janvier 2002
Par Michael Brotherton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is pretty entertaining young adult fiction, with an edge, and a deeper level of meaning than the surface. It's pitched at about the same level as the Harry Potter books, with a young protagonist, adventure, some real danger and death. If you've enjoyed Bill Willingham's comic book work then check this out. Check it out anyway even if you haven't.
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