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Animythical Tales by Sarah Totton
Cover Artist: Art: Jan Brueghel the Elder's
Fantastic Books Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781604599329
Date: 27 February 2010 List Price $12.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK /

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Product Description: In this elegant volume, award-winning author Sarah Totton takes her readers on speculative journeys of the heart and mind that will both challenge and engage you. Within these tales, readers will learn the meaning of darkness and pain and fear. Yet they will also learn about love and happiness and laughter. Sarah Totton explores the full kaleidoscope of the human heart and peels it back, one layer at a time. She offers her readers a full palette of emotions and stories to sift through, never settling, never holding back, and never flinching. Whether she is writing about the loss of innocence through dark revelations, the point to which a human mind can be stretched before succumbing to the magic of faerie, or something as preposterous as cloud-fishing in a world with pink yaks, the stories in Animythical Tales are always told with an eye toward revealing something important about the human condition. If you have ever yearned to fall into fabulous adventures in unforgettable worlds, Animythical Tales is the collection for you. "A pleasantly absurd comedy of manners with an ending highly satisfactory to most of the parties concerned. Recommended" -Lois Tilton, Internet Review of Science Fiction "...wildly inventive..." -Rich Horton, Fantasy: The Best of the Year, 2007

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