Sunday, December 8, 2013
WILD FELL by Michael Rowe
Last week my wife and I attended the fantastic book launch for Wild Fell, the second novel written by our good friend Michael Rowe. Yesterday, while a light snow fell outside my living room and a fire crackled in the hearth within, I settled in to read Wild Fell. I didn't expect to devour the book in one sitting...
Here is my blurb, which encapsulates my impressions of this extraordinary work:
"Ghosts occupy the liminal spaces between life and death, wakefulness and dreaming, beauty and terror. So it is only fitting that Michael Rowe's WILD FELL evokes all of these things and more. This is an imaginative feat that elevates the haunted house tale to a new level. Like its ghosts, WILD FELL will seduce you, frighten you, and leave you awestruck. A magnificent and peerless novel."
If you take pleasure in classical, poignant, and deeply atmospheric ghost fiction, I urge you to pick up a copy of Wild Fell, which you may do here.
Posted by Richard Gavin