Includes the story The Helper and His Hero, nominated for a Nebula Award - Best Novella, 2007
For years now, 40,000 readers of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction have been reveling in the adventures of Matt Hughes's Guth Bandar, the hero of this novel. Hughes is one of the top voices in modern SF, and this book has a huge audience waiting for it.
For 100,000 years, Old Earth's Institute for Historical Inquiry has mapped the collective unconscious of the human race. They have encountered all the archetypal figures - the Wise Man and the Fool, the Destroyer and the Redeemer - the "usual suspects" that populate the myths and legends at the back of the human mind.
And now young Guth Bandar suspects the collective unconscious has become aware of itself. Worse, it has an agenda. And worst of all, it can force Bandar to go deep into the darkest forests of the mind, where the only escape from madness is death.
|Publisher:||Red Deer Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.30(d)|
About the Author
Matthew Hughes's work has appeared frequently in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, and numerous Year's Best anthologies. His previous novels include Fool's Errant and Black Brillion. He lives in British Columbia.