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In The Garden Of Poisonous Flowers An exclusive, profusely illustrated hardcover novella related to Caitl n s harrowing new novel, ThresholdLate one night, on a lonely south Georgia highway, a very strange car picks up an even stranger hitchhiker and the fates of all concerned become inextricably intertwined Meet Dancy Flammarion, an orphaned albino girl who talks to angels and is intent on ridding the world of monsters But what happens when one of the monsters decides to use her for his own dark ends In the Garden of Poisonous Flowers is award winning fantasist Caitl n R Kiernan s first ever novella, giving us a glimpse into the life of Dancy Flammarion shortly before her appearance in Kiernan s critically acclaimed second novel, Threshold This gritty yet decadent story of ghouls, corruption, and talking bears draws us deeply into a world of madness and betrayal, forbidden appetites and deadly intrigue, and the light that shines from the most unlikely of heroes In the Garden of Poisonous Flowers will include a full color dustjacket and ten black and white interior illustrations by Dame Darcy Best Read In The Garden Of Poisonous Flowers author Caitlín R. Kiernan For Kindle ePUB or eBook – sneakerspear.co.uk

Best Download [ In The Garden Of Poisonous Flowers] by [ Caitlín R. Kiernan ]For Kindle ePUB or eBook – sneakerspear.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 85 pages
  • In The Garden Of Poisonous Flowers
  • Caitlín R. Kiernan
  • 07 November 2017
  • 1931081484

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  1. As usual, excellent prose by Kiernan A good story, but not one of my favourite Kiernan tales.

  2. A short piece in the paranormal action vein A mysterious albino hitchhiker, Dancy Flammarion, who claims to speak to an angel, is picked up by a sinister trio who may be vampires and taken to an old house tenanted by what may be a ...

  3. Caitlin R Kiernan, In the Garden of Poisonous Flowers Subterranean, 2002 This novella may be slight, but that s not the only reason it was a one day read for me Kiernan, perhaps the premier stylist in gothic literature she eschews the term horror, and in truth her work does often seem to headinto the dark fantasy realm today, is quite simply a fine writer on top of it all.In the Garden of Poisonous Flowers is a prequel to Kiernan s novel Threshold, introducing the albino Dancy Flamm Caitlin R Kiernan, In the Garden of Poisonous Flowers Subterranean, 2002 This novella may be slight, but that s not the only reason it was a one day read for me Kiernan, perhaps the premier stylist in gothic literature she eschews the term horror, and in truth her work does often seem to headinto the dark fantasy realm today, is quite simply a fine writer on top of it all.In the Garden of Poisonous Flowers is a prequel to Kiernan s novel Threshold, introducing the albino Dancy Flammarion, who does such things as talk to angels and stuffed bears who talk back, of course and kill monsters Fate, destiny, or whatever you d like ...

  4. Somewhere between sensuality and horror lurks the Gothic prose of Kiernan It s definitely on the purple side, and often breaks the rules of grammar and syntax, but it holds together like an enchantment.The novella is the perfect length for Kiernan she can dazzle and swoop, whilst developing her characters and plotsthan in her shorts and yet, without tiring herself or us.As always, plot progresses at a languorous pace, and is hinted at rather than stated Conflict is subtle and menacing, Somewhere between sensuality and horror lurks the Gothic prose of Kiernan It s definitely on the purple side, and often breaks the rules of grammar and syntax, but it holds together like an enchantment.The novella is the perfect length for Kiernan she can dazzle and swoop, whilst developing her characters and plotsthan in her shorts and yet, without tiring herself or us.As always, plot progresses at a languorous pac...

  5. They re not real monsters, she says They re nothing but witches and perverts and cannibals They re all crazy, but they re not real monsters at all So saith Dancy Flammarion, albino monster killer she s the albino, not the monsters Killing only albino monsters would be silly She s talking to who what apparently is the real monster, and that is about all that s clear in this story But since I liked the writing and I m interested in knowingabout the characters, I ll say that the They re not real monsters, she says They re nothing but witches and perverts and cannibals They re all crazy, but they re not real monsters at all So saith Dancy Flammarion, albino monster killer she s the albino, not the monsters Killing only albino monsters would be silly She s talking to who what apparently is the real monster, and that is about all that s clear in this st...

  6. This is a quick read, and rather typical of Kiernan in its intense horror, lesbian themes, and the definite sense that you the reader are encountering vast and complex forces and stories that you and the characters barely comprehend I m not quite ...

  7. This book comes in quite a package it s illustrated by Dame Darcy and her art perfectly matches the dark and sometimes disturbing writing of Caitlin R Kiernan who is a trans lesbian paleontologist kinda goth horror writer The novel is a quick read with all the prett...

  8. This is a prequel to Threshold You will want to read that first.

  9. ehhh it was ok but really short This is the first thing that I have read from this author and I m thinking it would makesense if I was familar with the heroine portrayed.

  10. What am I missing here Vague, nebulous plot lines, a huge disregard for proper grammar and syntax, and unlikeable characters The only redeeming factor was the artwork by Dame Darcy.