Dreams of Distant Shores
Featuring three brand-new stories and an original introduction by Peter S. Beagle, author of The Last Unicorn. Bestselling author Patricia A. McKillip (The Riddle-Master of Hed) is one of the most lyrical writers gracing the fantasy genre. With the debut of her newest work, Dreams of Distant... show more
Featuring three brand-new stories and an original introduction by Peter S. Beagle, author of The Last Unicorn.
Bestselling author Patricia A. McKillip (The Riddle-Master of Hed) is one of the most lyrical writers gracing the fantasy genre. With the debut of her newest work, Dreams of Distant Shores is a true ode to her many talents. Within these pages you will find a youthful artist possessed by both his painting and his muse and seductive travelers from the sea enrapturing distant lovers. The statue of a mermaid comes suddenly to life, and two friends are transfixed by a haunted estate.
Fans of McKillip’s ethereal fiction will find much to delight them; those lucky enough to be discovering her work will find much to enchant them.
Publish date: 2016-05-16
Publisher: Tachyon Publications
Pages no: 290
Edition language: English
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A collection of old and new short stories and novellas that came across as a little bland, which is rather a surprise considering how much I love the stories told by Ms McKillip.
Arc provided by Tachyon Publications through Netgalley Release Date: June 14thIt's no secret that I am a fan of the author luscious writing and enchanting imagination. As such it was with great pleasure that I read this anthology."Weird" - 4 StarsI loved this story and for a mome...
DREAMS OF DISTANT SHORES by Patricia A. McKillip is a collection of seven short stories. All seven of the stories have a fantastical element to them, but some have more of a horror of science fiction twist. None of the stories are connected, and they all vary in length from quite short to fairly lon...