Chronicle

Chronicle A SURPRISING HEROBorn of a barren mother Elmandif sprang forth to great village celebration The village of Loess had never seen a child like him he was conversant with animals he carried snakes in h

  • Title: Chronicle
  • Author: Joel Zoss Heidi King
  • ISBN: 9780671414580
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A SURPRISING HEROBorn of a barren mother, Elmandif sprang forth to great village celebration The village of Loess had never seen a child like him he was conversant with animals, he carried snakes in his hair and the movements of his hands and loins were developed far beyond his years.A STRANGE QUESTAnd when the time came, he embarked on a curious journey where hisA SURPRISING HEROBorn of a barren mother, Elmandif sprang forth to great village celebration The village of Loess had never seen a child like him he was conversant with animals, he carried snakes in his hair and the movements of his hands and loins were developed far beyond his years.A STRANGE QUESTAnd when the time came, he embarked on a curious journey where his confrontations with a barefoot walker whose gold was hidden across the wide earth, a dead dog who barked at the sea, and a man with a gem encrusted elephant s head led him back to the place where he had begun and the most amazing conclusion to an astonishing trip.

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    1. Easily the most confusing 100 pages I've ever struggled through. The story doesn't really have any linear flow to it, and is comprised of characters who are never described aside from name and gender. The main character is the only 3-year-old kid I've ever heard of who regularly impregnates his friends' mothers. I'm not entirely sure what happened at the end of the book, since there was no real closure or ending. The story just stopped being told without warning.

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