Dead but Dreaming by Neil Rushton is a fantastic read. You are immediately drawn into the main character, Blondie’s world. Where they had been and where they were going. The characters are so well drawn that I found myself hanging on every conversation they had with Blondie, looking for the real message beneath the words. Yes, this book really draws you inside itself. The folklore, most of it was known to me over the years of hearing stories and tales from elders, but the way it was processed in the writing gripped me. I can’t say too much because I don’t want to give away any spoilers. Neil is a wonderful writer, painting the scenery and characters with words worthy of an artist. Even if you have never wondered about faeries or the world of Faery this novel stands alone as a fantastic psychological thriller. I will read this novel again.

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