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READ KINDLE × Eight Days of Luke ⚞ There seemed nothing strange about Luke to begin with, except perhaps the snakes If they were snakes David wasn t sure He was just grateful for a companion as agreeable as Luke, who seemed able to twist anyone round his finger, even David s odious relatives Just kindle a flame and I ll be with you, Luke said, and he always was which turned out to be awkward than useful in the end For who were the people who seemed to be looking for Luke the man with one eye the massive, malevolent gardener, MrChew the offensively sprightly Frys the man with ginger hair Why were there ravens watching, one in front and one at the back gate And then of course there was the fire Original review, with very much needed original update UPDATE Please note Whilst writing this review, I felt, well, rather bonkers.Eight Days of Luke is just the sort of story that makes me feel quite jolly As in, a normal setting, but you know including something not quite as common Which is equivalent to ABSOLUTELY WONDEFULI feel wearied for reason of not writing a dignified comma inclusive li Original review, with very much needed original update UPDATE Please note Whilst writing this review, I felt, well, rather bonkers.Eight Days of Luke is just the sort of story that makes me feel quite jolly As in, a normal setting, but you know including something not quite as common Which is equivalent to ABSOLUTELY WONDEFULI feel wearied for reason of not writing a dignified comma inclusive list for a while, therefore what is a better time than now Eight Days of Luke is stuffed full of British relatives which have to make a book good, what , fire nine cheers , view spoiler an accidental jailbreak hide spoiler ya , a feller with one eye ouch , cricket don t say you are thinking of the insect , view spoiler a sleeping Valkyrie hide spoiler well, with all that work they do, what do you expect view spoiler Actually, no Odin s fault hide spoiler , and view spoiler Mj lnir hide spoiler smashing My custom is to say some little sentence like Not bad, eh now If I m feeling especially adventurous, I might say, It gets even better Both of these would be applicable to this review, however, seeing how I ve already done it a billion times, rounded, I don t think I ll say them this time Now, back to business Does my review, so far, seize your attention by its collar and lift it off its feet Hm that s too bad Oh well If that was not enough, here s a tiny bit.The plot was sooooo good, as alluded to in an above sentence the one with the word jolly in it To tell you what the plot is, the description of the book should represent a bit of it What I ain t not never giving away no spoilers.The writing is grand You will not find such vulgarities as my previous sentence I think It flows exceptionally well and of course is able to bear the weight of the glorious plot And that would be a heavy, heavy burden to bear , wouldn t it precious Sorry, a bit off my rocker today Actually, convert everything I just said into a number and add to its exponent thirteen, times it by the description converted into a number , convert it back into words, and that should roughly be the story Yes This story was very good I ought to read it again Just plain fantastically sublime.I hope you get the point It s actually an excellent book Really Perhaps my favourite anecdote about this book is that Neil Gaiman said that he had to rewrite American Gods because he got to the end and realised that he d just rewritten this.The real joy here is the slow burning realisation of what is going on The care with which Wynne Jones constructs the plot to ensure that the characters only appear on the appropriate days is only really apparent on a re read, and the book is good enough to survive that without trouble Perhaps my favourite anecdote about this book is that Neil Gaiman said that he had to rewrite American Gods because he got to the end and realised that he d just rewritten this.The real joy here is the slow burning realisation of what is going on The care with which Wynne Jones constructs the plot to ensure that the characters only appear on the appropriate days is only really apparent on a re read, and the book is good enough to survive that without trouble With unending cleverness, Diana Wynne Jones weaves a wonderful tale of loneliness and friendship, heroics and half wit relatives, dreary dull English life and the full legendary pantheon of Norway, Eight Days of Luke is the slow burn story of an accidental protagonist stumbling upon an earth shaking mystery and adventure Transforming the lives of disheartened David and everyone else around him, Luke tumbles into England and sets off an irreversible course of events destined to make David a new With unending cleverness, Diana Wynne Jones weaves a wonderful tale of loneliness and friendship, heroics and half wit relatives, dreary dull English life and the full legendary pantheon of Norway, Eight Days of Luke is the slow burn story of an accidental protagonist stumbling upon an earth shaking mystery and adventure Transforming the lives of disheartened David and everyone else around him, Luke tumbles into England and sets off an irreversible course of events destined to make David a new man if he s brave enough Diana Wynne Jones writing is completely brilliant and charming, and it was my joy to share this lovely and inspiring story with the amazing Sveta 2018 Nothing like an old favorite to make you feel all wrapped up in a warm hug This book remains a delight, always.2007 I freaking love Norse mythology like you don t even know.This book is perfect.I only wish I d known about it when I was younger as happy as I am to know about it now, little me was also freaking in love with Norse mythology and would have enjoyed this so much.