The Song of Prague

The Song of Prague

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by Shane Jiraiya Cummings
     
 

A haunting song. An enigmatic singer. A confrontation that could tear the fabric of reality apart.


Pray the Dreamer does not wake ...


A dark urban fantasy short story from Shane Jiraiya Cummings, Australia's master of the macabre.

Overview

A haunting song. An enigmatic singer. A confrontation that could tear the fabric of reality apart.


Pray the Dreamer does not wake ...


A dark urban fantasy short story from Shane Jiraiya Cummings, Australia's master of the macabre.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011512445
Publisher:
Shane Jiraiya Cummings
Publication date:
09/11/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
855,049
File size:
120 KB

Meet the Author

Shane Jiraiya Cummings lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has been acknowledged as "one of Australia's leading voices in dark fantasy", had more than seventy short stories published in Australia, USA, and Europe, and his work has been translated in Spanish, French, and Polish. Shane has won two Ditmar Awards, and he has been nominated for more than twenty other major awards including Spain's Premios Ignotus.


Shane is an Active Member of the Horror Writers Association and former Vice President of the Australian Horror Writers Association. When he is not writing, Shane is an editor and journalist by day and a sword fighting instructor by night.


In his youth, Shane was trained in the deadly arts of the ninja, and the name Jiraiya (lit. "Young Thunder", after the legendary ninja Jiraiya) was bestowed upon him by his sensei.


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The Song of Prague 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Arrat More than 1 year ago
It was okay. This book is only 34pgs. Isn't one of his better stories. Spoiler: It started off well, but I didn't like then ending at all. The punks & the man in "grey" made no sense to me nor did the sisters. I got that Len was captivated by the song & wanted to help the sisters. Why did her song kill the pigeons, was it the high notes? But not all of them died. Then he wakes up in a pentagram. Again didn't get it. Who was the dreamer? Too many questions & no answers. This wasn't one of his better stories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago