It is a place where myths become true. No. It is a place where myths are more than true; a place where the myths have power and you have none. The effect is a diminution of the self in the face of something older, vaster, and stranger.
Darkness and Stone wraps up Peter Nealen’s WarGate series The Lost nicely. You get a cataclysmic final confrontation, endless chthonic horrors, and the phrase, “you mean you just guilt-tripped him to death?” One of my favorite things about this series is that Nealen manages to give the impression that
Shadows and Crows: The Lost — Book 2 by Peter Nealen is a dark and otherworldly adventure in a haunted world that sits right at the edge of familiarity. Like the spectres that lurk in the gloaming, it feels like if you listen long enough, you might recognize something you know.
Directed by Mark Andrews, Brenda Thompson, and Steve Purcell Written by Mark Andrews, Steve Purcell, Brenda Thompson, and Irene Mecchi Starring Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly, and Emma Thompson Merida's hairBrave is about two things: the relationship between Merida and Elinor, and the natural beauty of Scotland. Actually, three