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Pans Labyrinth Oscar winning writer director Guillermo del Toro and New York Times bestselling author Cornelia Funke come together to transform del Toro s hit movie Pan s Labyrinth into an epic and dark fantasy novel for readers of all ages, complete with gorgeous and haunting illustrations.This book is not for the faint of heart or weak in spirit It s not for skeptics who don t believe in fairy tales and the powerful forces of good It s only for brave and intrepid souls like you, who will stare down evil in all its forms.Inspired by the critically acclaimed film written and directed by Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro and reimagined by New York Times bestselling author Cornelia Funke, this haunting tale takes readers to a darkly magical and war torn world filled with richly drawn characters like trickster fauns, murderous men, child eating monsters, courageous rebels, and a long lost princess hoping to be reunited with her family.Perfect for fans of the movie and readers who are new to del Toro s visionary work, this atmospheric and absorbing novel is a portal to another universe where there is no wall between the real and the imagined A daring, unforgettable collaboration between two brilliant storytellers. Best Read [ Pans Labyrinth ] author [ Guillermo del Toro ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. This was a turn up for the books, a novel of the mesmerising and stunning 2006 film Pan s Labyrinth by Guillermo del Toro that I adored, written by the film director and Cornelia Funke, with details and analysis of the film Reading this bought back the movie in much of its original glory, haunting, tragic, painful, the magical realism, the darkest of fairy tales, immersing me in all its vibrant intensity There is the young girl, Ofelia, living in the brutality and terrors of the fascist Franco This was a turn up for the books, a novel of the mesmerising and stunning 2006 film Pan s Labyrinth by Guillermo del Toro that I adored, written by the film director and Cornelia Funke, with details and analysis of the film Reading this bought back the movie in much of its original glory, haunting, tragic, painful, the magical realism, the darkest of fairy tales, immersing me in all its vibrant intensity There is the young girl, Ofelia, living in the brutality and terrors of the fascist Franco s regime Ofelia desperately longs for and dreams of a world free of the everyday nightmares of her life, finding herself in an alternative version of Alice, a labyrinth which is so much darker in its myths and magic, reflecting the realities of life, a war torn nation and fascism This novel effortlessly captures so much of vitality of the film, reinforcing just how imaginative and beautiful it is, and the despair of this historical period in Spain with added information on the fi...

  2. 1 I love Pan s Labyrinth2 I love Cornelia FunkeI NEED THIS BOOK LIKE AIR

  3. You re getting older, and you ll see that life isn t like your fairy tales The world is a cruel place And you ll learn that, even if it hurts This was one odd and creepy storybut I liked it I can see why it s a cult classic.RTC

  4. Pan s Labyrinth is one of my all time favorite movies, so if you love it you ll definitely like this book The descriptions were gorgeous and perfect My only complaint is I hate seeing movies first and reading a book second Also, I seriously love Guillermo del Toro Pan s Labyrinth is one of my all time favorite movies, so if you love it you ll definitely like this book The descriptions were gorgeous and perfect My only complaint is I hate seeing movies first...

  5. Only books talked about all the things adults didn t want you to ask about Life Death Good and Evil And what else truly mattered in life Pan s Labyrinth was originally a Spanish fantasy horror film written and directed by Guillermo del Toro, that I believe was released in 2006 To say that I enjoyed the film would be such an understatement because to tell the truth, I absolutely adored it and still do In my opinion it is one of the best fantasy films there is, and will always be special Only books talked about all the things adults didn t want you to ask about Life Death Good and Evil And what else truly mattered in life Pan s Labyrinth was originally a Spanish fantasy horror film written and directed by Guillermo del Toro, that I believe was released in 2006 To say that I enjoyed the film would be such an understatement because to tell the truth, I absolutely adored it and still do In my opinion it is one of the best fantasy films there is, and will always be special to me.Therefore, when I saw that Guillermo del Toro and Cornelia Funke author of Inkheart were collaborating and releasing a novelisation of Pan s Labyrinth my excitement for this was through the roof I m delighted to say I wasn t disappointed either, because this book was as enchanting, surreal and as captivating as I hoped it would be I d like to note that you do not need to have watched the film before reading this novel, in fact I d personally suggest readin...

  6. So, I totally thought this was an MG story and hahahaha no.I don t know about the rest of you but when I think Pan s Labyrinth I think insert creepy dude with eyes in the palms of his hands here I only saw the movie once, a million years ago, and I thought this was an extension of the story or just inspired by it But from what I understand because I sure don t remember enough to say for certain is that this is an expanded, additionally layered, version of the movie itself.Which should tell So, I totally thought this was an MG story and hahahaha no.I don t know about the rest of you but when I think Pan s Labyrinth I think insert creepy dude with eyes in the palms of his hands here I only saw the movie once, a million years ago, and I thought this was an extension of the story or just inspired by it But from what I understand because I ...

  7. I m watching Pan s Labyrinth as I write this review because it seems like the right thing to do As one of my favorite movies of all time, I had to request this title from Edelweiss I told them I would give them a leg to be able to review this title Since they allowed me this honor, I think one of my legs now belongs to Katherine Tegen This review may contain spoilers for those who have not seen the movie.When I first saw Pan s Labyrinth in the theater, I knew right away that it would cement I m watching Pan s Labyrinth as I write this review because it seems like the right thing to do As one of my favorite movies of all time, I had to request this title from Edelweiss I told them I would give them a leg to be able to review this title Since they allowed me this honor, I think one of my legs now belongs to Katherine Tegen This review may contain spoilers for those who have not seen the movie.When I first saw Pan s Labyrinth in the theater, I knew right away that it would cement a place in my heart Now only did it have the magic, it had the brutality of reality coexist...

  8. I m so ready to be awe struck and heartbroken all over again.

  9. i can t wait to read this book Pan s Labyrinth is a hugeee movie fave of mine fantasy soft horror on the screen and my heart is screaming nd having del Torohimselfco author the novelization with magical realism QUEEN Cornelia Funke clutches pearls i m n o t r e a d y

  10. When Ofelia and her mother move to a remote village in Spain, a fairytale is about to come to life.I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.This was a beautiful dark story, and everything I hoped for.Ofelia is just a simple girl She is the daughter of a tailor misses her dear, late father and distrusts the wolf that her mother has married Oh, and she happens to be young and innocent enough that she does not blind herself to the magic in the world, like the grown When Ofelia and her mother move to a remote village in Spain, a fairytale is about to come to life.I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.This was a beautiful dark story, and everything I hoped for.Ofelia is just a simple girl She is the daughter of a tailor misses her dear, late father and distrusts the wolf that her mother has married Oh, and she happens to be young and innocent enough that she does not blind herself to the magic in the world, like the grown ups who surround her When Ofelia arrives at their new home, with the mysterious Labyrinth outside, she finds out that fairytales are real, and she is a part of them.Meanwhile, Ca...

  11. I received a digital ARC of this title to review As a huge fan of del Toro s work and of the movie version, I was extremely excited to get my hands on this title The illustrations are so gorgeous and I absolutely love the cover design The story is broken up into simple and easy to read chapters that make it easy to fly through the book The chapters sizes are also nice if you re a lunch break reader or a child reading during designated times, you don t feel like you re going to get stuck in I received a digital ARC of this title to review As a huge fan of del Toro s work and of the movie version, I was extremely excited to get my hands on this title The illustrations are so gorgeous and I absolutely love the cover design The story is broken up into simple and easy to read chapters that make it easy to fly through the book The chapters sizes are also nice if you re a lunch bre...