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Le North works as a circus performer with the Excalibur a floating troupe of acrobats clowns dancers and trainers who sail from one archipelago to the next entertaining in exchange for sustenance In a world divided between those inhabiting the mainland landlockers and those who float on the sea damplings loneliness has become a way of life for North and Callanish until a sudden storm. Oh not sure where to begin with this one you know sometimes you read a book that just touches your heart for reasons you can t really put into words well The Book of Beginnings read a book that just touches your heart for The Homelanders (The Homelanders, reasons you can t Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. really put into words well

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For readers of The Night Circus and Station Eleven a lyrical and absorbing debut set in a world covered by waterAs a Gracekeeper Callanish administers shoreside burials laying the dead to their final resting place deep in the depths of the ocean Alone on her island she has exiled herself to a life of tending watery graves as penance for a long ago mistake that still haunts her Meanwhi. Kirsty Logan has such a lovely way with words Take this description of an apple The apple was a perfect sphere green speckled with red shiny as a bird s eye Avalon The Coquette and the Boarding School resting place deep in the depths of the ocean Alone on her island she has exiled herself to a life of tending watery graves as penance for a long ago mistake that still haunts her Meanwhi. Kirsty Logan has such a lovely way with words Take this description of an apple The apple was a perfect sphere green speckled with Imagimorphia red shiny as a bird s eye Avalon

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Offshore brings change to both their lives offering them a new understanding of the world they live in and the conseuences of the past while restoring hope in an unexpected future Inspired in part by Scottish myths and fairytales The Gracekeepers tells a modern story of an irreparably changed world one that harbors the same isolation and sadness but also joys and marvels of our own ag. 35 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum went into The Gracekeepers very carefully From what I d heard it sounded a lot like the kind of literary magical realism which wo


10 thoughts on “The Gracekeepers

  1. says:

    Whelp here is one of 3 magicalfantasyrealism circus type books I've read in the past 3 months completely accidentally coincidentally I didn't know this genre was so strongI picked up this book in Edinburgh while on vacation because the cover is lovely In England Here in the US it's kind of poopy and looks like a tampon commercial But the book is very nice and fairy tale ish kind of Water for Chocolate meets a seafarin

  2. says:

    This is a truly beautiful and magical novelA flooded world where few islands remain and those who inhabit the land are landlockers Everyone else lives on boats and are known as damplingsNorth is a dampling she works as the bear girl on a circus boat known as The Excalibur The circus folk are the only family she has ever known and she would ne

  3. says:

    Kirsty Logan has such a lovely way with words Take this description of an apple The apple was a perfect sphere green speckled with red shiny as a bird’s eye Avalon pulled a silver knife from her dress pocket and cut the apple’s softening flesh into uarters exposing the pips tenderly Its scent exploded in the air sweetly souring past its best but still with a sheen of juiceIt made me go and eat an apple Sadly it wasn

  4. says:

    Oh not sure where to begin with this one – you know sometimes you read a book that just touches your heart for reasons you can’t really put into words – well “The Gracekeepers” is just such a novel beautifully written highly compelling with such wonderful characters and setting that you just sink into it and leave the r

  5. says:

    It was not okay; it gets two stars because it was readable in a messy soap opera kind of way Okay full review I don't think

  6. says:

    If you liked The Night Circus or Station Eleven then you’ll probably like this I thought that it was better than both of those novels It’s beautifully written and has the most eeirly evocative landscape where the earth has been flooded and all that’s left are a few islands You’ve got people who live on the islands called

  7. says:

    35 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum went into The Gracekeepers very carefully From what I’d heard it sounded a lot like the kind of literary magical realism which would reuire an active engagement of the reader’s imagination in o

  8. says:

    This book transports you to another world where everything is upside down Here you live on water or on small islands Those who live on water would never want to live on land and vice versa The circus that we follow is based on water and it floats around to the islands in order to give performances Further we fol

  9. says:

    As I said when I first sampled The Gracekeepers last September I feared at first that it wasn't for me that the fantastical premise was too whimsical for my tastes and that it was in danger of being too twee However the first few chapters really surprised me I was drawn straight into its world and wanted to read on; I found the characters easy to care about and the story gave me the same cosy magical feeling as Erin Morgenstern's

  10. says:

    “We're all islands shouting lies to each other across seas of misunderstanding” Rudyard KiplingKirsty Logan a British author pens her new novel The Gracekeepers which is about two individuals living on the realm by the edge of t

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