Fantasy Life

Fantasy Life Strange things have always happened in Seavy County the most rugged stretch of Oregon s coastline Violent storms spring up like magic even when the rest of the state enjoys sunshine unearthly beings

  • Title: Fantasy Life
  • Author: Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  • ISBN: 9780743456319
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • Strange things have always happened in Seavy County, the most rugged stretch of Oregon s coastline Violent storms spring up like magic, even when the rest of the state enjoys sunshine unearthly beings are sometimes glimpsed in the twilight and those who live there understand that a rare enchantment still lives in the world, although they seldom speak of it For Seavy CoStrange things have always happened in Seavy County, the most rugged stretch of Oregon s coastline Violent storms spring up like magic, even when the rest of the state enjoys sunshine unearthly beings are sometimes glimpsed in the twilight and those who live there understand that a rare enchantment still lives in the world, although they seldom speak of it For Seavy County is home to not just animal life, but to fantasy life as well mythical creatures long vanished from the rest of the planet The last survivors of a bygone age, they lead a precarious existence, skirting the fringes of modern civilization.The Buckingham family has protected the hidden wonders of Seavy County for generations Forty years ago, Lyssa Buckingham s father lost his life doing just that Lyssa fled from Seavy County, searching for a normal life, but found tragedy and heartbreak instead With her ten year old daughter, Emily, in tow, she has come home at last, just as the malignant forces that killed her father are gathering strength once .Now Lyssa must make some hard choices About the county, about Emily and about the fragile fantasy life that surrounds them all.

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      Published :2019-03-09T07:10:16+00:00

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    1. Kristine Kathryn Rusch is an award winning mystery, romance, science fiction, and fantasy writer She has written many novels under various names, including Kristine Grayson for romance, and Kris Nelscott for mystery Her novels have made the bestseller lists even in London and have been published in 14 countries and 13 different languages.Her awards range from the Ellery Queen Readers Choice Award to the John W Campbell Award In the past year, she has been nominated for the Hugo, the Shamus, and the Anthony Award She is the only person in the history of the science fiction field to have won a Hugo award for editing and a Hugo award for fiction In addition, she s written a number of nonfiction articles over the years, with her latest being the book A Freelancer s Survival Guide.She has also published as Sandy Schofield collaborations with husband Dean Wesley Smith Kristine Grayson romancesKathryn Wesley collaborations with husband Dean Wesley Smith Kris Nelscott mysteriesKris Rusch historical fictionKris DeLake romances

    2. Very interesting story about mothers and daughters in a modern, rural setting about a family who are guardians of the local magic and have ties to the silkie.

    3. This is one of those annoying books where things would go MUCH easier if people just TALKED to each other. Everything in the plot hinges on People Keeping Secrets, or People Holding Things Too Close To Their Chests And Not Sharing. Jeezopete.Positives: lots of female characters. Four generations of women. Interesting setting. Selkies Negatives: heavy-handed environmental message. Nobody talks to anybody or really gets along, at least at first.I was disappointed in the book, frankly. I find KKR's [...]

    4. It has a very misleading cover, but it was a good story, yes there were fantasy creatures, but all were water based, there are no unicorns or dragons in it lol! Environmentally themed. I would definitely read more of this author.

    5. From the cover, one is led to expect a dragons-and-unicorns-type medieval fantasy, but this is really more of a supernatural/occult thriller, set in the modern day. Several generations of 'witches' must come together in coastal Oregon and protect its magic.

    6. It became a little unclear as to which of the four female leads was the person who's head I was in.Though the story was good, I'll probably never read it again.

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