Qinmeartha and the Girl-Child LoChi

Qinmeartha and the Girl-Child LoChi

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Tarburton-on-the-Moor - just another sleepy village on Dartmoor. So it seems to Joanna Gard when she visits her elderly aunt here, until the village structure and her private life begin to dissolve. The villagers dwindle as he watches, the local church degenerates into a nexus of terrifying mischief, brothers of a terribly seductive family that draws them inexorably, elementals playing with their horrors on the midnight moor ... Finally, Joanna is forced to to realize that a duel of wills is fought between eternal powers - that nothing, including oneself, is what it appears to be. In this uncomfortably disturbing story of colliding realities, Hugo Award-winning and World Fantasy Award-winning author John Grant deftly juggles a weird and fantasized cosmology with images of the dark side of the human soul. "Exceptionally well written ... Grip [s] from start to finish" - Sue Lange, Infinity Plus Bonus Novella: "Beach of the Drowned" everything would have been fine if a thunderstorm hadn`t come out of nowhere and his girlfriend one he suffered a horrible death, and eventually he himself was sucked under the waves. But death escaped him. Instead, he felt drawn to the beach where all the drowned go, a place outside of normal existence where the few people who maintain their intelligence unite in the desperate hope of returning to the world of the living. After all, legend says it was done before ... "Engaging in philosophical exploration" - Rich Horton, Fantasy Magazine

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