The Beyond In The Physiognomy fascinatingly unconventional writer Locus Jeffrey Ford introduced Physiognomist First Class Cley a master of a terrifying science utilized to keep order in a night mare world know

  • Title: The Beyond
  • Author: Jeffrey Ford
  • ISBN: 9780380812882
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
  • In The Physiognomy, fascinatingly unconventional writer Locus Jeffrey Ford introduced Physiognomist First Class Cley, a master of a terrifying science utilized to keep order in a night mare world known as the Well Built City Its sequel, Memoranda, told of a reformed Cley embarking on a surreal quest through the mind of Master Drachton Below the monster behind the dIn The Physiognomy, fascinatingly unconventional writer Locus Jeffrey Ford introduced Physiognomist First Class Cley, a master of a terrifying science utilized to keep order in a night mare world known as the Well Built City Its sequel, Memoranda, told of a reformed Cley embarking on a surreal quest through the mind of Master Drachton Below the monster behind the dark metropolis.Now, the final chapter of Cley s strange life dispatches him to the ends of his world and strands him in the heart of a perilous wilderness known as the Beyond Cley s journey will not go unwatched, however One creature still lives in the rubble of the Well Built City Misrix, Below s demon son Fighting his own loneliness, Misrix will follow Cley s every move, and face a terrifying trial of his own one that will test his humanity and heart.

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    1. Jeffrey Ford says:

      Jeffrey Ford is an American writer in the Fantastic genre tradition, although his works have spanned genres including Fantasy, Science Fiction and Mystery His work is characterized by a sweeping imaginative power, humor, literary allusion, and a fascination with tales told within tales He is a graduate of the State University of New York at Binghamton, where he studied with the novelist John Gardner.He lives in southern New Jersey and teaches writing and literature at Brookdale Community College in Monmouth County He has also taught at the summer Clarion Workshop for science fiction and fantasy writers in Michigan He has contributed stories, essays and interviews to various magazines and e magazines including MSS, Puerto Del Sol, Northwest Review, Hayden s Ferry Review, Argosy, Event Horizon, Infinity Plus, Black Gate and The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction.He published his first story, The Casket , in Gardner s literary magazine MSS in 1981 and his first full length novel, Vanitas, in 1988.



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    1. Originally posted at FanLit fantasyliterature/reviThe Beyond is the last book in Jeffrey Ford’s WELL-BUILT CITY trilogy. This bizarre story began with The Physiognomy in which Cley, an arrogant and cruel physiognomist, is sent by the evil ruler Drachton Below on a mission to the mining town of Anamasobia. While there, Cley makes a bad decision which destroys the beautiful face of Arla, the woman he has fallen in love with. This humbles and devastates Cley (drastically changing his personality [...]

    2. Every single one of these books starts out so slow then somewhere 50-100 pages in something clicks and they make me want to die (in a good way). Will re-read.

    3. I would give this 10 stars if I could. A masterful ending to an extraordinary trilogy. This novel, from Misrix's narration to Cley's survival in The Beyond with only a loyal dog and strong motivation to keep him company, is a triumph. I was a fan of Ford's writing before reading the Well-Built City trilogy, but now I will follow him wherever his writing takes him. Everybody needs to read these books.

    4. Много лет назад физиономист Клей и демон Мисрикс ушли в дебри Запределья на поиски Земного Рая, но назад к людям вернулся из них только один. Опечаленный своей неудачей Мисрикс поселился на руинах Отличного Города и посвятил все свое время тому, чтобы жители близлежащего п [...]

    5. The Beyond is the last book in Jeffrey Ford’s WELL-BUILT CITY trilogy. This bizarre story began with The Physiognomy in which Cley, an arrogant and cruel physiognomist, is sent by the evil ruler Drachton Below on a mission to the mining town of Anamasobia. While there, Cley makes a bad decision which destroys the beautiful face of Arla, the woman he has fallen in love with. This humbles and devastates Cley (drastically changing his personality for the better) and leads to the destruction of Dr [...]

    6. The final book in the Well-Built city trilogy is a stunningly imaginative feast of a quest novel. Cley journeys into The Beyond, the surrealistic no man's land where people tend to disappear without a trace. But Cley needs to find out what happened to Arla, a woman he wronged in the first novel, and to seek her forgiveness. Will Cley finally find the forgiveness he has so ardently sought through these books? Will he find his purpose and solve the mysteries of the Beyond? Will he survive? There a [...]

    7. The final part of the Well-Built City trilogy presents two interwoven stories on the search for what it means to be human, in a markedly darker tone than the first two books. We follow the primary story of Cley, once-Physiognomist and now hunter, cast into the wilds of The Beyond on a journey to follow Arla Beaton, the woman he so hideously disfigured, to a mythical paradise. Cley's story is conveyed, in episodic form, through the eyes of the demon Misrix who, fuelled by the drug Sheer Beauty, b [...]

    8. Terrible that the end of the trilogy has to be so poor. Luckily, all the books existed largely independent of one another, so the impact is minimal. The problem was that the prose seemed to have changed. Where before the book used the voice of Cley, now Misrix was writing. His character is well read enough to have been clear, but Ford was probably unable to use the different style. In addition, there was a lot of wasted white space on each page. The whole thing was off, taking way too long to st [...]

    9. What a coincidence. Caused by my ignorance. When buying this book, absolutely by chance, back then in 2008, when getting the information was not that easy for me, I thought it's somehow connected with Tarsem's new movie - the thing is that here in Russia The Fall was released under the title "Запределье" (Zapredelye), which means in Russian exactly The Beyond. Of course just as I started reading the book I realized there was nothing of the kind. And of course I fell in love with Ford's [...]

    10. I loved it !!! This book is one of my top five unforgettable favorite books. It spoke to me I picked it up off the bookshelf years ago and started to read it had no idea it was the third book until after i finished it. Thank you

    11. I really like this trilogy.I was so moved, impressed, and surprised.I respect Jeffrey Ford and his creativity.

    12. The final chapter in the Well-Built City trilogy is unfortunately the weakest, but it's still worth checking out if you enjoyed the previous books.

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