Colleen’s #Book #Reviews: “Dead But Dreaming” by Neil Rushton, @neilrushton13

An amazing review from colleenchesebro.com I have read several of Neil’s posts regarding the fae and they are fascinating.

Colleen M. Chesebro

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With their sister’s early death heavy on their conscience, a reclusive young researcher heads to a psychiatric hospital in the English countryside to study local faerie folklore—and learn more about these creatures their sister claimed to see.

They’re quickly caught up in the strange world of the hospital, and a specialist centre within it for the treatment of patients with multiple personalities, run by the enigmatic and Byronic Albé, a gifted psychiatrist with the uncanny ability to know what people are thinking. As the folklorist uncovers the truth of the hospital’s unorthodox methods, they discover the place may have far more to do with the faeries than they first believed.

There are more than stories to be found within its walls. Against a psychedelic seventies backdrop of prog rock and Romantics, the researcher must untangle the mystery of their own mind and…

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5 thoughts on “Colleen’s #Book #Reviews: “Dead But Dreaming” by Neil Rushton, @neilrushton13

  1. OMG!!! Adele, you have to read this book! What really struck me was how in my own first book, I connected with a plant the faeries gave us. Neil alludes to this as well. It makes you wonder why messages they send us. Thanks for sharing. The book is one of the best I’ve read in the portrayal of the fey. ❤

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