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The more deep she gets into the faun's world the more she begins to wonder if he really can be trusted. Meanwhile, there are several short fairy tales interspersed with the chapters in this book.

They tell stories of how the Labyrinth came to be, and all the magic of its history - both good and evil. These stories are what made the book even more wonderful for me - as these are brand new, there aren't mentioned in the film and it is a tribute to Cornelia Funke's incredible imagination.

Along with the wonderful pictures also included I was completely swept away. I cannot rate this highly enough - if fantasy is your bag, then pick this up!!

I love Pan's Labyrinth 2. View all 50 comments. Jun 09, Paromjit rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy , netgalley.

This was a turn up for the books, a novel of the mesmerising and stunning 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 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.

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 film.

Many thanks to Bloomsbury for an ARC. View all 18 comments. Once upon a time, when the woods were young, they were home to creatures who were full of magic and wonder If the girl thought so.

This not an ordinary fairytale Happy Reading! View all 8 comments. The world is a cruel place. And you'll learn that, even if it hurts.

I can see why it's a cult classic. View all 23 comments. Read it in one sitting, I didn't think I would like it that much!

I'm one of the few who were disappointed by the movie, but I still decided to try the book. I didn't remember the movie at all, so I can't compare, but I heard the book follows the same plot with some additional details.

Why did I like the book so much in comparison of the movie? That's a mystery! The illustrations were amazing I wish there would be more than that, actually , the writing was poetic and the eerie atmosphe 4.

The illustrations were amazing I wish there would be more than that, actually , the writing was poetic and the eerie atmosphere was perfect.

I loved the mix between magic and war, but at some point it focused too much on the war for me, and that's where it lost half a star.

A dark and beautiful story! Dec 13, Candace Robinson added it. 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!!! View all 13 comments. I have never wanted to see the film because I think it's the type of film that would unsettle me too much with its dark imagery, and yet as soon as I heard it was to be adapted and expanded upon for a novel I knew I wanted to read it!

It's strange how I will read books that have darker themes but won't watch films I think it's because when I read I don't necessarily clearly visualise the events of the book in my mind's eye but instead I experience these events in a much more abstract manner.

A I have never wanted to see the film because I think it's the type of film that would unsettle me too much with its dark imagery, and yet as soon as I heard it was to be adapted and expanded upon for a novel I knew I wanted to read it!

The book I did really like it! It was very much an ode to Grimm style fairytales and the darker side of some of my favourite films from the 80s Labyrinth, Return to Oz, Neverending Story.

It really calls to mind those same feelings I had as a child when I listened to ghost stories or got creeped out by monsters etc etc.

Seeing as it was fairytale-esque the characters were all a bit on the stereotypical side but I don't think I would have liked them to be otherwise.

I particularly liked how the book split itself between the folklore-style stories of how the underworld influenced ancient times, and the historical fiction narrative of civil war ravaged Spain.

The book was also beautifully illustrated throughout which added to its charm. I definitely enjoyed this but my rating is somewhere around the 3.

This is dark, twisted, whimsical and I'd recommend it for Halloween, and definitely not for kids if they don't like scary stuff.

So TGW: Abuse, war, gore, slaughter, torture, death and other. Eventhough in the synopsis, it says there are multiple stories which there are , there are all connected and form one bigger story, and also, the main story is always in the main focus so you can't read this as a short story collection.

I loved all the creatures in this book, especially because in one point I wasn't sure if some of them are the good guys or bad guys which made me love the book even more.

From all the characters, I loved Mercedes most due to how courageous she is and her role in the book. S I did not see the movie yet Jun 15, Hollis rated it really liked it Shelves: ya , fantasy , hist-fiction , reads , arc , dark , horror , family-focused , finished-in-june , grief-or-loss.

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. Which should tell you who should or should not be reading this.

This is classified as YA I think but it is quite dark, if not considered outright horror, but it's not just the fantastical elements that are dark.

It's the human elements, too. The brutalities done not only by bad men during times of war but bad men, period, who need no excuse. There is melancholy and bitterness and grief and loneliness and yet the enduring belief in magic, in fairytales, in hope, too.

The story is both bleak and yet also whimsical, captivatingly creative and cringey creepy, and the illustrations were just gorgeous.

This book consumed me and I loved every moment. View all 4 comments. Good and Evil. And what else truly mattered in life. 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.

The story is set in a remote village in Spain, in after Franco's ascension to power and his dictatorship. What follows from there is the journey of Ofelia as she discovers a mysterious Labyrinth in the woods near her new home.

Its a beautiful, luring place, but not without its dark side. She meets and a ghastly yet seemingly kindly faun called, Pan. Far from it actually, as the dark magical plot with Ofelia is set against the backdrop of a war torn Spain.

Vidal, the Capitan, is as disturbing and dangerous as the fantastical creatures Ofelia meets. He is quick to temper, cruel, and has a rather sadistic side.

There are resistance fighters hiding in the woods that are intent on liberating the rationed food and medicines they need.

There are some quite violent scenes from him, that realistically show his psychopathic nature.

He was one of those villains you could truly hate and wish for his comeuppance. I feel here that Del Toro and Funke both effectively illustrate to the reader that monsters come in all shapes and sizes.

There are outright nightmarish monsters such as The Pale Man who eats children, then there are cruel, monstrous humans like Capitan Vidal, and there are also more subtle, manipulative beings like the Faun, who are just as perilous.

It is often little more than a whisper at first. A glance. A betrayal. But then it grows and takes root, still invisible, unnoticed.

Only fairytales give evil a proper shape. The big bad wolves, the evil kings, the demons and devils Then there were also many chapters that were seemingly separate short fairytales.

These told stories of a princess who disappeared, a witch and a curse, a watchmaker, and so on, but these actually extremely cleverly intertwined with the main narrative.

It was really gratifying picking up clues and discovering how all these narratives connected. The illustrations that accompanied the beginning of each of these tales were such a welcomed addition too as it truly enhanced the experience by seeing the visual representation of some scenes.

This is one novel I hope many will fall in love with, like I did. This book is released on 2nd July All quotes used in this review are taken from an uncorrected proof and are subject to change upon publication.

Feb 22, Bradley rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy , shelf. My friend got me a beautifully illustrated version of this book and it has been a delight to fall into this story again.

I'm sure a ton of us have seen the original movie. This book is very much that story. How does it compare? Is it as freaking DARK as the original fairy tale?

Scarily so. The sense of oppression, desperation, magic, and YA horror is evident from the beginning and culminates in a true tragedy by the end.

Although some people might see the light and happiness in this, I su My friend got me a beautifully illustrated version of this book and it has been a delight to fall into this story again.

Although some people might see the light and happiness in this, I suppose, I barely see any light at all. It is disturbing and relentlessly evil.

Of course, that could just be the fascism. View 2 comments. Feb 22, Trish rated it it was amazing. This is one of the prettiest books and one of the most hauntingly beautiful stories I own.

Some of you might be familiar with Guillermo del Toro's movie of the same name and yes, it is that story. Ofelia is a young girl living in Spain during Franco's regime.

Her mother is only 32 years old but already disillusioned and heartbroken and therefore not able to really connect and communicate with her This is one of the prettiest books and one of the most hauntingly beautiful stories I own.

Her mother is only 32 years old but already disillusioned and heartbroken and therefore not able to really connect and communicate with her daughter.

Suffice it to say that Ofelia's relationship with her stepfather is even worse. Add to that the constant danger as this is a time of conflict in Spain and the strain of her mother being pregnant with Ofelia's half-brother, it being a difficult pregnancy too, and you know why the girl is so desperately seeking shelter in her fairy tales.

One day, while exploring her new surroundings, she discovers actual fairies and goes on her very own quest full of giant toads, mysterious keys, magical cures and dangers beyond imagination.

Yes, I've seen the movie the first time was many years ago so I already knew what would happen, but reading the novel version of the story was enchanting regardless.

I always loved this story because it so well captures the spirit of the fairy tales of old that weren't as bright and happy as the Disney versions so many children are exposed to nowadays.

No, fairy tales were dark and frightening just like the real world because they were supposed to teach children how to recognize the monsters in order to survive.

And yet, despite the grimness, there was always also a certain comfort in them as clever and good children usually found a way to persevere.

Anyway, what makes this version of Guillermo del Toro's fairy tale so special is that the art comes from my favourite German author: Cornelia Funke.

Before she ever wrote a book, she was a book illustrator and her style is somewhere between charming and gorgeous.

She herself loves fairy tales the original kind as much as I do and as much as Guillermo del Toro seems to so this team-up was perfect.

This is how the single pages are designed, with the text framed by the magic tree s : And then we get a few full-page illustrations of key moments, some of which are easily recognizeable to people who've already seen the movie: My favourite one is probably this one: So yeah, a gorgeous book with a fantastic if heartbreaking story that I'm very proud of having on my shelf.

I cannot recommend this enough to young and old and everyone in between. Aug 26, Steve rated it really liked it Shelves: sci-fi-and-fantasy.

As a fan of the movie again, see below , it's hard for me to be objective about the book, so I'll leave the objectively to others.

As a general rule, I fall into the camp of always reading the book before seeing the movie because, well, I'm a book person, books are always better, movies always leave too much out, etc Sometime you get those cool moments where movies are homages to the original book I can't count the number of disappointments I've endured watching favorite books on the big screen Dune , always Dune , painfully come to mind, but I digress.

Increasingly, I simply refuse to go see the movie if I really loved the book But this Here, an original screenplay, lovingly presented on the big screen, finally found its way into novel albeit YA novel form, more than a decade after we savored it in the theaters When the movie came out, a number of years ago wow It was visually stunning and disturbing and disorienting , and we thought it deserved its Best Original Screenplay nomination, even it only won 3 Oscars for cinematography, art direction, and makeup It won more awards outside the U.

In any event, as soon as I heard that del Toro was publishing this - with Cornelia Funke adding some artwork At this point, it's been some time since I last saw the movie, but my sense is there are many I liked the pacing and the prose and the art View all 3 comments.

Jun 26, Tucker TuckerTheReader rated it really liked it Shelves: finished-copies-physical , fantasy , middle-grade , mystery. Many thanks to HarperTeen for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review I enjoyed the story but the truly amazing part of this book was its gorgeous design.

Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram Many thanks to HarperTeen for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review I enjoyed the story but the truly amazing part of this book was its gorgeous design.

Aug 02, Charles Edwards-Freshwater rated it it was ok. First of all, I want to say that Pan's Labyrinth is one of my all time favourite films in the world.

It is such a wonderful blend of dark magic, wonder and grim reality that it is everything I've ever wanted from a story and more.

However, the novelisation by Cornelia Funke somehow falls flat. Yes, the story and most of the dialogue remains unchanged, and that's a good thing, as it was already very accomplished and there's no sense in messing with good elements already in place.

My issue was more First of all, I want to say that Pan's Labyrinth is one of my all time favourite films in the world. My issue was more with the lack of description that we are treated to in the novel version - instead of feeling the magic of the labyrinth, the banquet hall with the Pale Man, the muddy roots of the giant tree, instead I feel like we are given basic and mostly rather bland descriptions of the movie scenes, all of which feel quite rushed.

For example, in the banquet scene I wanted to really smell the aromas of the food and feel hungry at the thought of the flavours - instead we get a pretty minimal list of food and a description saying the room is red like fire There is little further insight to the story, aside from a few new fairytales that link the events of the novel.

These quite nice additions if not a bit lacking in magic themselves. I think my biggest gripe with the book is that, with such a focus on the magical side etc, it does somehow diminish the ambiguity of the original film, in which the option was always there that Ofelia is imaging the whole thing.

This feels very much geared towards us believing in the magic of the labyrinth. For example, when Captain Vidal finds Ofelia speaking to the faun in the labyrinth near the end, Corenlia Funke basically brushes off his inability to see him as his fault for having too much darkness in his heart or some rubbish - it even goes "if he even had one [a heart]" which is just jarringly bad!

I guess you can still really try to interpret it as all imaginary and a much more tragic tale, but I feel like this wasn't the direction the writing was going at all.

I also found the prose so variable in quality in places - what was the audience of this book? It's written so much as a simple kids book in places and then we have the swearing and dark realities of the other parts of the plot alongside and it all just feels so disconnected and not throughly thought through.

I can only assume this novelisation is directly marketed towards people like me who love the film, not people looking to discover the magic of this story for the first time - and that's rather a shame.

Overall a pretty lifeless attempt and the film does it much, much better. Jul 20, Sasha rated it really liked it Shelves: audiobooks , read-in , fantasy.

I don't know why I was expecting something different from the movie as the movie came first I really enjoyed it, I love that type of a bit darker and twisted tales so I was happy listening to it.

And Guillermo does the narration so it was even better!!! Mar 11, Michael Sorbello rated it it was amazing Shelves: horror , fantasy. Synopsis: It's and the Allies have invaded Nazi-held Europe.

In Spain, a troop of soldiers are sent to a remote forest to flush out the rebels. They are led by Capitan Vidal, a murdering sadist, and with him are his new wife Carmen and her daughter from a previous marriage, year-old Ofelia.

Ofelia witnesses her stepfather's sadistic brutality and is drawn into Pan's Labyrinth, a magical world of mythical beings.

Review: A dark fairy tale about disobedience in the face of wickedness. I personally interpreted it as the story of a traumatized girl overcoming obstacles in a fantasy world of her own creation to cope with the fact that she's unable to conquer or escape from the horrors of the real world.

Facing the horrors of her imagination gives her the courage she needs to properly face the tyranny of her new father, her mother who enables the torment she endures, and the cruelty of war that surrounds her wherever she looks.

The book adds several short stories that mirror the events of the main plot that were not in the original film. These short fairy tales further flesh out certain aspects of the more fantastical themes of the narrative such as the Faun and the Pale Man, and it also further pushes the theme of standing up to the abusers and manipulators that perpetuate the darkness that haunts our world and the worlds of our imaginations and personal creations.

I absolutely loved the movie and when I saw that this book had been published in honour of the film, I just had to get my hands on it.

Not 4. Not only was the story captivating, the illustrations in this book are just so beautiful and really made this story come to life.

Your spirit shall forever remain among the humans. You shall age like them, you shall die like them, and all memory of you shall fade in time.

And we'll vanish along with it. You will never see us again. Inkheart and Reckless are fantastic trilogies and The Thief Lord is one of my favourite books and movie adaptations of all time.

But the real phenomenon, which left me speechless, is the fact that Funke is co-wrote it with the director and mastermind himself, Guillermo del Toro!

As mentioned in the book, they both admire the work of each other and so it seems obvious that they had to work together one day.

Ofelia, still mourning her father, is worrying about her mother who does not cope well with the pregnancy.

Her mother does not seem to see what a monster her new husband is and so she tries to convince her several times. However, her mother reminds her that, unfortunately, the world is not like it is described in the books and that there is no magic and no happy ending, not as Ofelia would have it.

Soon after her arrival she hears the woods calling to her and Ofelia meets the faun, Pan, for the first time. He is certain that Ofelia is the reincarnation of the long-lost princess Moanna, the rightful heir of the world beneath where the sun and the moon never shines.

To prove her identity, Ofelia receives three tasks from Pan which she must complete successfully. Only then, she will be able to rejoin her true family.

Besides the numerous stunning illustrations which can be found between the pages, you will read short stories about the past as well.

These stories help you to understand what has happened with Moanna and the people indirectly affected by her faith. Cornelia Funke is the children and YA author for me.

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During the night, she meets a fairy who takes her to an old faun in the center of the labyrinth. He tells her she's a princess, but must prove her royalty by surviving three gruesome tasks.

If she fails, she will never prove herself to be the true princess and will never see her real father, the king, again.

Written by ahmetkozan. Set during Franco's mopping up exercise after the Spanish Civil War, Guillermo Del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth is a wonderful, dark fairy tale that, in a metaphor for Spain itself, teeters on the edge of nightmare dreamscapes of corruption, violence and the death of innocents.

This film is definitely not for young children. Although the fantasy sequences are gorgeously realised, and are fairy tales in the truest sense in that they are dark, fey, dangerous and violent , most of the story about three quarters of it, in fact exists outside of the dreamland, in the even more frightening and sometimes shockingly violent world of a real life struggle of ideas and ideology.

Sergi Lopez is excellent as the brutal and possibly sadistic Falangist Captain tasked with routing out the remaining leftists from the woods and hills of Northern Spain.

Into this precarious situation come his new wife a widow of a former marriage, who is carrying his son and his stepdaughter Ofelia played to absolute perfection, by the then 11 year old, Ivana Baquero.

Uncomfortable with her new surroundings, suspicious of her stepfather and desperately concerned about the worsening condition of her mother, Ofelia uncovers a strange alternative world, and the chance to escape forever the pain and uncertainty of her everyday life.

Thus the film alternates between the world of Civil War Spain and the increasingly bizarre, dark and frightening world of the Pan's Labyrinth.

As the twin plots progress, they intertwine, with the tasks of Ofelia becoming the choices faced by a Spain at the crossroads.

The poignancy of the film lies partly in the fact that the victories of the child are reflected so starkly by the failures of the adult world.

Apparently Pan's Labyrinth won a minute standing ovation at Cannes, when it was shown. This may be a little bit over the top.

I suspect when the furore has died down some will choose to swing the pendulum back and criticise it for its more obvious faults.

Much of the film is derivative. There are few ideas in the film's magical dreamworld that haven't been seen before. There are also few ideas in the film's depiction of the Civil War that can't be read in Satre or Orwell; can't be viewed in Picasso's Guernica; or can't be watched in Land and Freedom.

For all the evident truth of these observations, to accept them would be to entirely miss the majesty of Pan's Labyrinth, which doesn't lie in its originality but its absolute mastery of execution.

People will watch Pan's Labyrinth in a way that most won't watch Land and Freedom. And all this backed up by the finest cinematography I've seen.

The only real faults I am prepared to allow for this film is a slight tendency particularly at the end for a Narnia-like moralism, and the fact that the faun is, perhaps, is not quite wild enough!

These are eminently forgivable, though. This is easily the best film I've seen this year, and a must see on the big screen. Sign In.

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During the night, she meets a fairy who takes her to an old faun in the center of the labyrinth. He tells her she's a princess, but must prove her royalty by surviving three gruesome tasks.

If she fails, she will never prove herself to be the true princess and will never see her real father, the king, again.

Written by ahmetkozan. Set during Franco's mopping up exercise after the Spanish Civil War, Guillermo Del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth is a wonderful, dark fairy tale that, in a metaphor for Spain itself, teeters on the edge of nightmare dreamscapes of corruption, violence and the death of innocents.

This film is definitely not for young children. Although the fantasy sequences are gorgeously realised, and are fairy tales in the truest sense in that they are dark, fey, dangerous and violent , most of the story about three quarters of it, in fact exists outside of the dreamland, in the even more frightening and sometimes shockingly violent world of a real life struggle of ideas and ideology.

Sergi Lopez is excellent as the brutal and possibly sadistic Falangist Captain tasked with routing out the remaining leftists from the woods and hills of Northern Spain.

Into this precarious situation come his new wife a widow of a former marriage, who is carrying his son and his stepdaughter Ofelia played to absolute perfection, by the then 11 year old, Ivana Baquero.

Uncomfortable with her new surroundings, suspicious of her stepfather and desperately concerned about the worsening condition of her mother, Ofelia uncovers a strange alternative world, and the chance to escape forever the pain and uncertainty of her everyday life.

Thus the film alternates between the world of Civil War Spain and the increasingly bizarre, dark and frightening world of the Pan's Labyrinth.

As the twin plots progress, they intertwine, with the tasks of Ofelia becoming the choices faced by a Spain at the crossroads. The poignancy of the film lies partly in the fact that the victories of the child are reflected so starkly by the failures of the adult world.

Apparently Pan's Labyrinth won a minute standing ovation at Cannes, when it was shown. This may be a little bit over the top.

I suspect when the furore has died down some will choose to swing the pendulum back and criticise it for its more obvious faults. Much of the film is derivative.

There are few ideas in the film's magical dreamworld that haven't been seen before. There are also few ideas in the film's depiction of the Civil War that can't be read in Satre or Orwell; can't be viewed in Picasso's Guernica; or can't be watched in Land and Freedom.

For all the evident truth of these observations, to accept them would be to entirely miss the majesty of Pan's Labyrinth, which doesn't lie in its originality but its absolute mastery of execution.

People will watch Pan's Labyrinth in a way that most won't watch Land and Freedom. And all this backed up by the finest cinematography I've seen.

The only real faults I am prepared to allow for this film is a slight tendency particularly at the end for a Narnia-like moralism, and the fact that the faun is, perhaps, is not quite wild enough!

These are eminently forgivable, though. This is easily the best film I've seen this year, and a must see on the big screen. Sign In.

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