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Hipster Slut 14/06/09(Mon)06:29 No. 17193
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Does it go anywhere after the encounter with the Dragon?


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Hipster Slut 17/04/03(Mon)00:11 No. 17750
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The dragon scene is memorable and quite a high-point.

If you found it a slog to get this far, with only the dragon encounter as your reward, you're probably better off dropping it.

Grendel's worldview is shattered. With that, he's on a mission to rebuild and make sense of the world. If I remember correctly, the dragon makes a reappearance, but only as a disembodied voice. There's some humor, and some more historic insight, and a finale of fuck off from the author.

If you like reading realistic history mixed in with legend, modernized, and with much less philosophical emphasis try pic related. Granted, Vidal doesn't know how to do a proper dragon at all, but knows how to write other creepy freaks, vampires especially.




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