Witching Hour

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Three short stories of witchcraft and witch magic: The Standing Stones of Erelong, A Sorcerous Mist and Slieau Whallian. More

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Words: 16,720
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301661343
About Simon Kewin

Fantasy/SciFi writer, author of over 100 published short and flash stories, quite a lot of poetry and the novels Hedge Witch, Engn and The Genehunter.

Short stories have appeared in Nature, Daily Science Fiction, Abyss & Apex, Dark Expanse and many more.

Member of the British Fantasy Society and the Codex Writers' Group. Admin at Write1Sub1.

Indie author (through Stormcrow Books), also signed to December House as a novelist.

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Review by: H.G. Estok on Aug. 17, 2013 :
I don't usually read much magical fantasy, but I enjoyed these three tales, each involving witches (or Wycka) in some way. The first story, "The Standing Stones of Erelong," is a heart-warming tale of love, loss, and resurrection. The last story, "Slieau Whallian" (no idea how to pronounce that one), involves a young female protagonist with the Sight -- and perhaps more powers bubbling beneath the surface she has only begun to fathom. My favorite of the three is the longest, sandwiched right in the middle: "A Sorcerous Mist". Quirk and McBride walk onstage fully formed as characters you want to get to know; the story is well-structured and multilayered; and in the end, it's a very satisfying read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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