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[Reading] ➸ Railsea By China Miéville – Pamyatnik.pro On board the moletrain Medes Sham Yes ap Soorap watches in awe as he witnesses his first moldywarpe hunt The giant mole bursting from the earth the harpoonists targeting their prey the battle resultinOn board the moletrain Medes Sham Yes ap Soorap watches in awe as he witnesses his first moldywarpe hunt The giant mole bursting from the earth the harpoonists targeting their prey the battle resulting in one’s death the other’s glory are ext.

Raordinary But no matter how spectacular it is travelling the endless rails of the railsea Sham senses that there’s to life Even if his captain can think only of her obsessive hunt for one savage moleWhen they find a wrecked train it's a welcom.

railsea epub Railsea ePUBRaordinary But no matter how spectacular it is travelling the endless rails of the railsea Sham senses that there’s to life Even if his captain can think only of her obsessive hunt for one savage moleWhen they find a wrecked train it's a welcom.

10 thoughts on “Railsea

  1. Nataliya Nataliya says:

    Railsea MOBI ¼ ↠ MOBI pamyatnik.pro railsea epub, Railsea ePUB Thank you China Miéville Thank you Thank you In the last week a half full of 14 hour work days lack of sleep physical mental exhaustion near constant feeling of overwhelmed inadeuacy CM provided me with the sanctuary of a few precious hours when none of that mattered when I was completely under the spell of this weirdly fascinating ridiculous but engrossing universe when I felt that Miéville's boundless imagination ha


  2. Traveller Traveller says:

    Railsea MOBI ¼ ↠ MOBI pamyatnik.pro railsea epub, Railsea ePUBWe're having an open book discussion of this book here Do come and join More when it comes to China Mieville for me it's lurrvve lurve LURVE I'm starting to get to the point where I miss his


  3. Dan Schwent Dan Schwent says:

    Railsea MOBI ¼ ↠ MOBI pamyatnik.pro railsea epub, Railsea ePUBUrged on by his guardian cousins young Sham Yes ap Soorap gets apprenticed to a doctor on a moletrain riding the Railsea in search of moldywarpe giant moles hunted for food Captain Naphi of the Medes the train Sham sails aboard is obsessed with Mocker Jack the biggest moldywarpe of them all will do anything to find her preyRemember that game you used to play when you were a kid when the living room floor was either molten lava or shark infested waters you had to leap from chair to couch to coffee table never touch the floor? That's what the world of Railsea reminds me of covered in miles miles of rail most exposed earth harboring moldywarpes mole rats worms many other malevolent beasties In Railsea China Mieville tells a tale inspired by Moby Dick the tale of a young orphan named Sham a captain obsessed with a mole the size of a building the other denizens of the Railsea a world of dangerous fauna megatons of salvage untold par


  4. unknown unknown says:

    Railsea MOBI ¼ ↠ MOBI pamyatnik.pro railsea epub, Railsea ePUBLeave it to China Miéville to write a young adult novel and so obfuscate his intentions via complex vocabulary a tricky literary style dense prose measured pacing a total lack of plot threads about which boy is cuter that I've had than one conversation with youth librarians here on Goodreads who swear up and down that this isn't a young adult book My evidence is of course rather shaky at best the publisher says so and why should I complain because that means the hardcover costs less than 20But if the feel is similar to Miéville's bizarre New Weird Fantasies particularly the Bas Lag trilogy if you've read him bef


  5. Lyn Lyn says:

    Railsea MOBI ¼ ↠ MOBI pamyatnik.pro railsea epub, Railsea ePUBCall me Sham Yes ap SoorapI wonder how many reviews have started this way? Certainly Mieville dropped a letter flattered Melville the old sincerest way but this book is so much than a modern revisionist re telling of the great American novel There is also a tip of the literary hat to Robert Louis Stevenson’s Kidnapped the briefest of wink nudge at Robinson Crusoe But tying it all together is Mieville’s inimitable narrative ability China Mieville’s 2012 publication Railsea is a chatty observant omnipresent narration like a great storyteller boldly fantastic yet playful Labeled as a Young Adult novel I suppose in many ways it is I saw it as a lighthearted modern fantasy with subtle post apocalyptic elements Almost the opposite of magic realism – in Railsea Mieville writes great stretches of pure fantasy punctuated by brief glimpses of mundane common sense realism The effect is a Will Ferrell straight man moment a cleansing grounding functionality that provides a cred


  6. Orient Orient says:

    Railsea MOBI ¼ ↠ MOBI pamyatnik.pro railsea epub, Railsea ePUBDNF at page 150Ok so what are the reasons why I didn’t like this retelling of Moby Dick In fact I haven’t read any retellings of Moby D before at all D The world building the writing and the language are strange and uite odd for me At first I couldn’t get used to all that signs oddly formed sentences but it’s no


  7. J.L. Sutton J.L. Sutton says:

    Railsea MOBI ¼ ↠ MOBI pamyatnik.pro railsea epub, Railsea ePUB“Technically our name to those who speak science is Homo sapiens— wise person But we have been described in many other ways Homo narrans juridicus ludens diaspora we are storytelling legal game playing scattered people too True but incomplete That old phrase has the secret We are all have always been will always be Homo vorago aperientis person before whom opens a vast awesome hole” In so far as Railsea features a captain obsessed with hunting down a behemoth mole China Mieville's novel is a lot like Moby Dick Instead of whaling ships we have trains and trains and the rails that connect the world to itself


  8. Bradley Bradley says:

    Railsea MOBI ¼ ↠ MOBI pamyatnik.pro railsea epub, Railsea ePUBThere's truly a lot to enjoy here especially if you're a fan of philosophy and molesSometimes together No no scratch that You can't separate the philosophy from the molesEvery captain must have a philosophy to chase after and truly it DOESN'T REALLY MATTER if you're missing an arm or a leg Okay? Just trust me on this Don't go chopping off perfectly good appendages just because some bloody mole popped out of one of the seven layered seas and ruined my perfectly happy steampunk reverie This is vintage Mieville in my opinion or at least this is the kind of Mieville I'll always associate with Mieville It's the unabashedly weird the hints of some truly spectacularly interesting worldbuilding the use of small furry creatures and the totally meta reimagining of classics distilled into what could almost be a


  9. Jason Jason says:

    Railsea MOBI ¼ ↠ MOBI pamyatnik.pro railsea epub, Railsea ePUB5 StarsOnce again I am blown away by China Mieville Railsea is a young adult oriented delight It is like all Mieville novels in that it is tough to put it in a category It is part fantasy part dystopian a smattering of steampunk and science fiction and all Mieville Parents can take delight knowing that if their child takes up this amazing piece of fiction they will also be taking up the Webster dictionary Mieville creates a fun and three dimensional cast of characters and side characters The world building in this book is imaginative and top notch  The plot is a combination of a coming of age story of a boy named Sham a search for a captains Moby Dick and the endless pursuit of


  10. Ivan Ivan says:

    Railsea MOBI ¼ ↠ MOBI pamyatnik.pro railsea epub, Railsea ePUBI generally like YA sci fifantasy novels but I rarely consider them anything than lite fun between “big” books and because of it I tend to be less critical towards them but every now and than one comes along that is good by any standard and reminds me to take this sub genres seriouslyUn Lun DunHalf a king Wizard of Earthsea yes I do consider this book to be YA but not rest of the series Graveyard book Chaos Walking and now Railsea joins the groupIf I had to label it this would be YA dystopian novel it isn't as bleak as his Bas Lag series and doesn't reuire constant use of dictionary like most of his work and overall everything seems toned down but don't be fooled this mix of Moby dick trains steampunk and Mieville's special highly hallucinogenic spice isn't like anything you seen in this sub genre This is strange and bizarre world that can only be concei


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