The Boats of the "Glen Carrig"

  • William Hope Hodgson
  • Author:  William Hope Hodgson
  • Collection:  "Magica" Collection
  • Year: 01-08-2019
  • Translator from English: Atanas Parushev
  • Availability:  In Stock
  • Product Code:  2360-01
  • SKU: 11.0186
  • ISBN: 978-619-01-0484-1
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The Boats of the "Glen Carrig" is a horror novel by English writer William Hope Hodgson, first published in 1907. Its importance was recognised in its later revival in paperback by Ballantine Books as the twenty-fifth volume of the celebrated Ballantine Adult Fantasy series in February 1971.

The novel is written in an archaic style, and is presented as a true account, written in 1757, of events occurring earlier. The narrator is a passenger who was traveling on the ship Glen Carrig, which was lost at sea when it struck "a hidden rock". The story is about the adventures of the survivors, who escaped the wreck in two lifeboats.

About the Author

William Hope Hodgson

William Hope Hodgson

William Hope Hodgson (1877–1918) was an English author. He produced a large body of work, consisting of essays, short fiction, and novels, spanning several overlapping genres including horro... Read more

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Year 01-08-2019
Translator from English: Atanas Parushev
Pages 160
Size 140/215 mm
Weight 0.22 kg
Collection "Magica" Collection
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Adventure, Travels, Fantasy, Horror
Таня Владимирова 10/09/2019

Прексрасно оформена корица. Корицата, съчетана с издателството - и това ми бе достатъчно да посегна към книгата, и да искам да я притежавам.
Прекрасна книга, прекрасен превод, великолепно оформление.
Благодаря Ви.

Pros: Корица и Превод

Кирцата 20/08/2019

Много ми хареса книгата, а и оформлението й също е на ниво. Ако има класация за книга на годината - тази ще е. Продължавайте в същия дух и нека прочетем и други класики в жанра

Иван Атанасов 12/07/2019

Информацията в уикипедия явно е за първото (най-старото) издание. Ако разгледате различните издания на книгата в amazon или goodreads, ще видите, че повечето са под 200 страници. И не защото нещо е "спестено" в тях, а защото обемът на всяка книга зависи от:
1) нейния формат;
2) броя на знаците на страница;
3) наличието или липсата на илюстрации, предговор и т.н.

Умен Гущер 10/07/2019

Според Уикипедия е 320 страници, като се има предвид, че българският е по-"дълъг" език, очаквах, че ще е поне 400 страници при нас. Аз ли нещо пак съм неразбрал или има нещо, което ни се спестява? Иначе самата идея да издавате Ходжсън е повече от страхотна!

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