Fables, Vol. 6: Homelands

Fables, Vol. 6: Homelands Review

Over the hills and far away.
Having beaten back the Adversary's first advance into their world, the residents of Fabletown must now prepare themselves for the full-scale war that is sure to follow. For one particular Fable, this means skipping town to launch a new career as a venal Hollywood mogul - a path he hopes will be paved with gold and immortality. For another Fable, though, it means a journey down a much more dangerous road - one that winds through the Fables' old Homelands into the very heart of enemy territory, where the mystery of the Adversary's identity will finally be revealed!

Collecting: Fables 34-41

Title:Fables, Vol. 6: Homelands
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Joy

    "Big walter horton."Jack's story kinda fell flat for me. It just wasn't interesting enough, and there wasn't enough action to balance all the talking and planning and drama. So I give his story about ...

  • Sud666

    One of the facets of a good story is the ability to still deliver shocking moments to the reader. All the more so because I truly did not expect the long awaited explanation of the Adversary to be so ...

  • Jonathan Terrington

    This is the strongest addition to the Fables series to date. Perhaps it helps that this was more of an adventure story set in the Fablelands than previous novels and that we also find out the identity...

  • James DeSantis

    This was by far the most engrossing volume of the series yet. It's broken into two sections. The first part deals with Jack and his life of getting famous in Hollywood. It's funny side of things thoug...

  • Ferdy

    Wasn't that impressed with Jack's Hollywood adventure, it didn't fit in with the rest of the chapters/story, it was also the same old sort of Jack rubbish, it added very little to his character or the...

  • Celise

    This volume had the most scattered group of storylines so far, with some really good issues and some of my least favourites as well. Most of this volume follows Boy Blue on his quest through The Homel...

  • Gavin

    So this volume collects 3 different threads, woven somewhat together for us.1) Jack left Fabletown in an earlier volume, here we see him go to Hollywood and make it big in the movies, with stolen weal...

  • Melanie (TBR and Beyond)

    -----Mild spoilers below------This one would have been a five star for me but the whole Jack being rich in Hollywood seemed boring and pointless. I get that they were setting it up so that he had to l...

  • Aldo Haegemans

    So many interesting characters! I had a feeling I already knew Who the advesary was. Still a Nice reveal and story behind it. Boy blue is a F’n badass...

  •  Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

    This collection of Fables stood out in that most of it takes place in the Fables homelands, other than the edition about Jack's adventures in Hollywood. I gave it five stars because the writing is exc...