Men Who Wish to Drown
Publish date: August 28th 2012
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 32
Edition language: English
2.5 starsMen Who Wish to Drown was a rather well-written story, it is quite readable. I did, however, feel as though the story itself could have been stronger and the ending more firm. What exactly was the author getting at with the witch not having the "power of prophecy"? I cannot help but feel I ...
5 Stars it deserves it!A lyrical ballad of love. Spine-tingling and heartbreakingly beautiful. Now this is what a mermaid tale should be written like. Touching and moving, I just really hope the story did resolve itself despite not really knowing what happens next. I only which it was longer.
"It was a magnificent death. The impact rendered me nearly insensible, the icy chill dulled residual pain, water began to rush into my lungs. A man could suffer with his death, and I daresay most do, but mine had no agony. Have you wondered what dying is like? I shall tell you the end of it, the rel...
A sad yet beautiful little story related to Monstrous Beauty, that can also be read as a prequel or a stand alone.“When you give your heart to the ocean, you either drown, or spend your life wishing you had drowned.”Read online: http://www.tor.com/stories/2012/08/men-who-wish-to-drown
Men Who Wish To Drown is a story written in a form of a letter by Resolved Henry Stanton. This letter was found amongst the collection of the Falmouth Historical Society of records of mermaid encounters in New England waters. Resolved Henry Stanton’s letter was addressed to his great-grandson, Thoma...
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