Carol Rose's book is focused instead on textual descriptions and summaries.
Must have for Monster lovers, its text book encyclopedia style with great little pictures and short little reads about all kinds of lore and monsters.
Provides information Of many cultures, many religions, many of the animals, although some are less, but better.
Provides information Of many cultures, many religions, many of the animals, although some are less, but better. But I think there will be more pictures.Published 8 months ago by sakulrat
loved the book, wish it had more pictures of all the monster, giants and dragons. can't wait to get the other booksPublished 9 months ago by eugene f dunham III
It's wonderful! Loads and loads of monsters and some illustrations. It's exactly what I wanted, thank you.
I recommend this!
When I was in Graduate School in Folk Studies, books like these were not available. I am in awe and wonder that they now are.Published 9 months ago by Marsha Sagraves
Must have for Monster lovers, its text book encyclopedia style with great little pictures and short little reads about all kinds of lore and monsters.Published 9 months ago by ashley brown
This book is a valuable source for inspiration if your a story writer for comic books or novels of mythology, adventure or horror. You should pick it up if you haven't already. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Carlos J. Negron
As far as books on mythical creatures go, Carol Rose's work is one of the best. Unlike, say, Borges or Dubois, who bury fact under fiction of their own (to great effect, mind you),... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Zygomatic
I was very disappointed in this book. I was expecting a more humorous approach to this subject.i It was a gift for my son-in-law, and I'm sure he was not impressed.Published 23 months ago by Roseanna
And its kind of boring.
If you need a go to book for all your beasts on folk lore this is it...
I however, need some romance with the Author. Read more