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[Evergreen.git] / Open-ILS / tests / datasets / sql / bibs_fic.sql
1 \set bib_tag '''IMPORT FIC'''
2
3 INSERT INTO marcxml_import (tag, marc) VALUES
4
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 would have never thought of that.&#x201D; And it&#x2019;s third sin is that it isn''t a world, The Throne of the Crescent Moon is really a great Dungeons and Dragons campaign setting and if the author hasn&#x2019;t played plenty of D&amp;D in his life I would be shocked. I won&#x2019;t list the details here but players of D&amp;D will recognize the subtle conventions he obeys and the structures he fits things into. That is not a sin in and of itself - The Gentleman Bastard books show how you can take a gaming campaign and tell compelling stories in it. But, when you supply that kind of structure you are telling stories as you do in a game and the writer takes the place of the Dungeon Master. It&#x2019;s a dangerous gamble because not only does the writer get to stack the deck but there aren&#x2019;t really any players to make choices. To make the story that comes out of it compelling the writer has to be gifted enough to create that illusion. And that is where this failed.  The characters are likeable to but too flat with no surprises and as a reader you never feel so invested that you cheer for them or feel as if their failures harm you. The structure is that of a classic adventure and that&#x2019;s not a great thing for a novel. The threat is massive but fits into too small a story&#x2019;s space. The book is too small. The book I was thrilled to see as a stand alone novel was resolved in half the space it should have been. It felt like we jumped from the prelude with the foot soldiers straight to killing the big bad without any twists in the plot. The challenges along the way are ... not significant. I bought into the grandeur of the kingdom and that made the adventure too small. The resolution feels like a deus ex machina. Perhaps the frustration is that the writer does know his craft. His sense of language is good and engaging. There are elements of the world&#x2019;s construction that are forced and others that draw you in. The characters are too flat (is that the third time I&#x2019;ve mentioned that?) but likeable and while not unique are not cliches either. There was enough good here that I want to read more in this world and I want to read more from this writer. There was enough good that I want to see him grow and be there to read his work as it improves. Did this debut novel blow me away? No, but it was a throw away enjoyable read in the end if disappointing because there at times hints of it&#x2019;s greater potential. Heck, it was better than Steinbeck&#x2019;s first book, Cup of Gold!  Finally, there is something compelling about a writer with the cojones to just throw out there &#x201C;here is my pseudo Muslim world of good versus evil and the good guys are good because they are the faithful of God.&#x201D; Maybe that&#x2019;s what I find hard to define but I like so far about the author&#x2019;s attitude: he has audacity and a voice and sometimes those are the hardest things for an author to have.  - http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/511797866</subfield></datafield><datafield tag="650" ind1=" " ind2="0"><subfield code="a">Fantasy fiction.</subfield></datafield><datafield tag="650" ind1=" " ind2="0"><subfield code="a">Adventure stories.</subfield></datafield><datafield tag="650" ind1=" " ind2="0"><subfield code="a">Arabian Nights fiction.</subfield></datafield><datafield tag="655" ind1=" " ind2="0"><subfield code="a">Fantasy fiction.</subfield></datafield><datafield tag="655" ind1=" " ind2="0"><subfield code="a">Adventure stories.</subfield></datafield><datafield tag="800" ind1="1" ind2=" "><subfield code="a">Ahmed, Saladin.</subfield><subfield code="t">Crescent Moon Kingdoms ;</subfield><subfield code="v">bk. 1.=852 4\</subfield><subfield code="a">gaaagpl</subfield><subfield code="b">YCL-RH</subfield><subfield code="b">YCL-RH</subfield><subfield code="c">Adult Fiction</subfield><subfield code="j">FIC </subfield></datafield><datafield tag="901" ind1=" " ind2=" "><subfield code="a">691</subfield><subfield code="b"/><subfield code="c">691</subfield><subfield code="t">biblio</subfield></datafield></record>'),
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