The Haunted Woman: A Classic of Supernatural Horror [NOOK Book]

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Here is the eerie classic of a strange, unearthly house, a woman fated to penetrate the veils of time, space and reality, and a novel of a love both threatened and supported by a higher realm. Set in the remote downlands of Sussex during the 1920s, The Haunted Woman is a profound metaphysical fantasy. In the ancient manse of Runhill Court. Isbel Loment finds herself ascending a staircase that few can see. There, in rooms which seem to exist only in another dimension, she meets the owner of the house, Henry Dodge....
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The Haunted Woman: A Classic of Supernatural Horror

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Overview

Here is the eerie classic of a strange, unearthly house, a woman fated to penetrate the veils of time, space and reality, and a novel of a love both threatened and supported by a higher realm. Set in the remote downlands of Sussex during the 1920s, The Haunted Woman is a profound metaphysical fantasy. In the ancient manse of Runhill Court. Isbel Loment finds herself ascending a staircase that few can see. There, in rooms which seem to exist only in another dimension, she meets the owner of the house, Henry Dodge. The Haunted Woman is an enthralling novel of mystery and romance that, like the work of Dean Koontz and Clive Barker, offers a glimpse of a supernatural world of alternative existences. Above all, it is the story of a man, a woman and an extraordinary house, interwoven in a web of fantastic and inexplicable destiny. Ignored in his lifetime, David Lindsay's work has only recently begun to receive the acclaim it deserves from readers and critics of dark fantasy. David Lindsay (1876-1945) is the author of the legendary fantasy classic, A Voyage to Arcturus, which has been called "a work, first, of extraordinary imagination, and, secondly, of surpassing beauty." Renaissance E Books is proud to present the first eBook edition of this neglected masterpiece of fantasy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000082331
  • Publisher: Renaissance E Books
  • Publication date: 2/1/2004
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 233 KB

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    It rambled and just didn't interest me. The concept was good but it just dragged and I found none of the characters compelling.

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