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Monday, October 6, 2014

Review: A STRANGE AND SAVAGE GARDEN by TIM WAGGONER


A delightfully horrific story which examines the nature of reality in the guise of Classic horror, A STRANGE AND SAVAGE GARDEN is a quick, gritty, earth-magic read. If in the past you've scoffed at the notion "nothing is as it seems," this story may make you a believer. If you've pondered the beauty of Far glamour, by which Fairies conceal themselves, you will find a darker version here. I wouldn't recommend reading this story alone, late at night.

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