Traditional Irish Fairy Tales

Traditional Irish Fairy Tales - James Stephens, Arthur Rackham Fairy Tales are never meant for children, for only true adults-- that is to say-- they who have the capacity to respect and admire the amount of work that was put into writing a really good story can also grasp what it is inside fairy tales and other fantasy works that, even now, in the wake of technologies and smartphone wars, people all over the world still fell in love with fantasy genre.

This book's strength lies in the author's voice, and I have to say, it's a really good voice that reminds me of The Griffin and the Minor Canon by Frank R. Stockton.

Ever feel tired and bored by the declining numbers of worthwhile contemporary fantasy books? This one would put your hope back on fantasy writers.