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Robert Paul Holdstock (2 August – 29 November ) was an English novelist and author best known for his works of Celtic, Nordic, Gothic and Pictish . This is a bibliography of fantasy author Robert Holdstock. Contents. [hide]. 1 Fiction. Short Stories; Novelizations of Movie Screenplays; Other Novels. 2 Dec Robert Holdstock, who has died of an E coli infection aged 61, was the author of Mythago Wood (), one of the defining fantasy novels of.
1 Dec David Barnett: Holdstock, who has died aged just 61, proved that fantasy could be classic literature. About Robert Holdstock: Robert Paul Holdstock was an English novelist and author who is best known for his works of fantasy literature, predominantly in. Robert Holdstock has 81 books on Goodreads with ratings. Robert Holdstock's most popular book is Mythago Wood (Mythago Wood, #1).
Visit hotyogasanclemente.com's Robert Holdstock Page and shop for all Robert Books by Robert Holdstock . See search results for author "Robert Holdstock" in Books. an interview with World Fantasy Award-winning author Robert Holdstock. LONDON 21 MAY Every time I visit London, the weather seems to decide it is time for a heat wave, and the day I chose to visit Robert Holdstock proved no. 29 Nov Author: Robert Holdstock Author Record # ; Legal Name: Holdstock, Robert Paul; Birthplace: Hythe, Kent, England, UK; Birthdate: 2. A haunting entry in the World Fantasy Award-winning Mythago CycleIn "Mythago Wood," Robert Holdstock gave us an intricate world spun from the stories of.
23 Jul SFE: Science Fiction Encyclopedia: () UK author with an MSc in medical zoology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical. Looking for books by Robert Holdstock? See all books authored by Robert Holdstock, including Mythago Wood, and Lavondyss, and more on ThriftBooks. com. Robert Holdstock was born in Hythe, Kent. He became a full-time writer during and lived out the rest of his life in Nort [ ]. Robert Holdstock shared his childhood years between the bleak Romney Marsh and the dense woods of the Kentish heartlands. After several years of research.