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Wild Fell - Michael Rowe
Wild Fell
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The crumbling summerhouse called Wild Fell, soaring above the desolate shores of Blackmore Island, has weathered the violence of the seasons for more than a century. Built for his family by a 19th-century politician of impeccable rectitude, the house has kept its terrible secrets and its darkness... show more
The crumbling summerhouse called Wild Fell, soaring above the desolate shores of Blackmore Island, has weathered the violence of the seasons for more than a century. Built for his family by a 19th-century politician of impeccable rectitude, the house has kept its terrible secrets and its darkness sealed within its walls. For a hundred years, the townspeople of Alvina have prayed that the darkness inside Wild Fell would stay there, locked away from the light.

Jameson Browning, a man well acquainted with suffering, has purchased Wild Fell with the intention of beginning a new life, of letting in the light. But what waits for him at the house is devoted to its darkness and guards it jealously. It has been waiting for Jameson his whole life . . . or even longer. And now, at long last, it has found him.

From the Sunburst and Aurora Award-nominated author of Enter, Night comes an unforgettable contemporary ghost story in the classic tradition of Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B00UWCXMMY
Publisher: ChiZine
Pages no: 300
Edition language: English
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Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it
5.0 Wild Fell by Michael Rowe
Since I read Enter, Night , I've been wanting to check out Wild Fell. I'm sorry that I waited so long! Wild Fell is told in such a unique manner , (I love that!), that it's hard to tear yourself away. Normal day to day chores like cooking dinner, doing dishes and such, all fell by the wayside in ...
LAUREN B. DAVIS
LAUREN B. DAVIS rated it
4.5 Memory and the loss of memory.
Loved this. In the guise of a ghost story, Rowe examines questions of memory, history, gender and the way time works -- and it's beautifully written. There's a terrific review of the book here: http://speculatingcanada.wordpress.com/2013/12/09/shattered-glass/ , written by Derek Newman-Stilles, ...
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