The World Invisible

The World Invisible On a warm October day only a few years past the middle of the th century a boy was born on Unst the most northerly of isle of Shetland He was named Michael Magnus laird of Burrafirth His father

  • Title: The World Invisible
  • Author: Shulamith Levey Oppenheim
  • ISBN: 9780979245114
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Paperback
  • On a warm October day only a few years past the middle of the 18th century, a boy was born on Unst, the most northerly of isle of Shetland He was named Michael Magnus, laird of Burrafirth His father, Laurence Bruce, gave the title to his son immediately It was good, he said, for the boy to grow up knowing who he was and what such a rank entailed When Michael turned fivOn a warm October day only a few years past the middle of the 18th century, a boy was born on Unst, the most northerly of isle of Shetland He was named Michael Magnus, laird of Burrafirth His father, Laurence Bruce, gave the title to his son immediately It was good, he said, for the boy to grow up knowing who he was and what such a rank entailed When Michael turned five, his mother died, her lifeless body found among the seals who sing on the shores of Burrafirth Now that the boy is nine, he needs a tutor But the question must be asked, which one will be the teacher and which will be the student This fascinating tale of Scotland is perfect for all readers from 12 to 80.

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    1. Not a fan. Did not like the writing style, which reminded me of 18th century British lit. I thought it was too slow paced and too much scene setting. Absolutely not my kind of book. I read it because it was supposed to be about selkies, but the only time that was really brought up was right near the end, although hinted throughout the book. Didn't like it.


    2. Read this when I was about 12 or so and really liked it; I suspect I would enjoy it less now. Oppenheim makes heavy use of Scottish dialect; you've been warned if that style of writing is an irritant instead of an enhancement. I enjoyed it, but it did make for a more deliberate read.This is one of the only fantasy books I've read that involves Silkie lore.


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