Big Fish - Daniel Wallace

Big Fish - Daniel Wallace

Büyük Balık : Efsanevi Ölçülerde Bir Roman - Daniel Wallace

Büyük Balık : Efsanevi Ölçülerde Bir Roman - Daniel Wallace

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Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions, Daniel Wallace. He could outrun anybody. He saved lives, tamed giants. Women loved him & he loved them back. Now, as he lies dying, Edward Bloom can't seem to stop telling jokes or the tall tales that have made him, in his son's eyes, an extraordinary man. The story of this man's life, told as a series of legends & myths. Through these tales, William begins to understand his elusive father's great feats, & his great failings.

Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions, Daniel Wallace. He could outrun anybody. He saved lives, tamed giants. Women loved him & he loved them back. Now, as he lies dying, Edward Bloom can't seem to stop telling jokes or the tall tales that have made him, in his son's eyes, an extraordinary man. The story of this man's life, told as a series of legends & myths. Through these tales, William begins to understand his elusive father's great feats, & his great failings.

The Jedi Path (Star Wars) (Hardcover) (Daniel Wallace)

The Jedi Path (Star Wars) (Hardcover) (Daniel Wallace)

Big Fish by Daniel Wallace - my favorite story, would like to have a quote from it for a tattoo.

The 50 Best Southern Novels Ever Written

Big Fish by Daniel Wallace - my favorite story, would like to have a quote from it for a tattoo.

Extraordinary adventures / Daniel Wallace

Extraordinary adventures / Daniel Wallace

Star Wars : On the Front Lines (Hardcover) (Daniel Wallace)

Star Wars : On the Front Lines (Hardcover) (Daniel Wallace)

Dc Comics Super-villains (Reprint) (Paperback) (Daniel Wallace)

Dc Comics Super-villains (Reprint) (Paperback) (Daniel Wallace)

“Daniel Wallace's new novel had me cringing with recognition and laughing out loud as his 34-year-old protagonist is launched on an absurd and hilarious journey of self-discovery and transformation initiated by a mysterious phone call from a timeshare saleswoman. Extraordinary Adventures is a quirky, sweet, heartfelt, and offbeat romance that displays the imaginative playfulness Wallace is known for.” Josh Niesse, Underground Books, Carrollton, GA

“Daniel Wallace's new novel had me cringing with recognition and laughing out loud as his 34-year-old protagonist is launched on an absurd and hilarious journey of self-discovery and transformation initiated by a mysterious phone call from a timeshare saleswoman. Extraordinary Adventures is a quirky, sweet, heartfelt, and offbeat romance that displays the imaginative playfulness Wallace is known for.” Josh Niesse, Underground Books, Carrollton, GA

The Dark Tower: The Art of the Film By Daniel Wallace

The Dark Tower: The Art of the Film By Daniel Wallace

'Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions,' by Daniel Wallace

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The Joker: A Visual History of the Clown Prince of Crime by Daniel Wallace

The Joker: A Visual History of the Clown Prince of Crime by Daniel Wallace

Kings and Queens of Roam by Daniel Wallace | (author of Big Fish)

Kings and Queens of Roam by Daniel Wallace | (author of Big Fish)

Processing the truth about death isn’t easy, so Edward Bloom doesn’t bother with it

"Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions" by Daniel Wallace (Birmingham, AL) - South's Best Books

Processing the truth about death isn’t easy, so Edward Bloom doesn’t bother with it

“Daniel Wallace is a craftsman of the modern fairy tale and The Kings and Queens of Roam does not disappoint. The story follows the insular lives of two sisters—one blind and beautiful, the other able to see, but ugly—as they press against the edges of their small town. As with Big Fish and Mr. Sebastian and the Negro Magician, Daniel Wallace explores the nature of truth—it is not what is seen but what is believed.” Adie Smith, Lemuria Bookstore, Jackson, MS

“Daniel Wallace is a craftsman of the modern fairy tale and The Kings and Queens of Roam does not disappoint. The story follows the insular lives of two sisters—one blind and beautiful, the other able to see, but ugly—as they press against the edges of their small town. As with Big Fish and Mr. Sebastian and the Negro Magician, Daniel Wallace explores the nature of truth—it is not what is seen but what is believed.” Adie Smith, Lemuria Bookstore, Jackson, MS

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