Hunts for fairies, telepathic tricksters and furry terrorists



SKILLED thief and experienced con-artist Eveline Sparrow, in Sparrow Falling by Gaie Sebold (Solaris, £7.99), lives in a Victorian London which, apart from a moderate element of Steampunk technology, is similar to the one our own ancestors inhabited, complete with an unsustainable gap between rich and poor.
The major difference is that in Sparrow’s world the boundary between the human domain and that of “the Folk” is dangerously permeable — and there’s nothing wispy or gentle about these fairies.
Her poacher-turned-gamekeeper attempt to make an honest living as a security consultant leads... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 32
Source: Morning Star
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