THE FORGOTTEN: Gods and Monsters applying for permanent residency in Canada

THE FORGOTTEN: Gods and Monsters applying for permanent residency in Canada

by C.M. Hindmarsh

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Overview

Gods and monsters need a place to call home too...

Hidden among the huddling masses and the waves of refugees lies a strange and sinister sight. Creatures from the olde world, searching for refuge and dreaming of new lives in Canada. But what will they find in the bustling cities and wild expanses? How will ancient beasts and archaic magic mix with a planet that left them far behind?

Inside this collection of paranormal short stories, you'll explore the beasts and creatures that lurked in the shadows of the ancient cities and wilds of ages past. As they settle in Canada and embark on their new lives, you'll witness their attempts to adapt to the new world they've been thrown into, struggling to adjust to life in a modern, magic-free world.

Imbued with magical realism and a passion for the paranormal, this wonderful collection by C.M.Hindmarsh is a must-read for fans of the supernatural. Grab your copy now!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781777234607
Publisher: Christopher Hind
Publication date: 05/01/2020
Pages: 284
Sales rank: 557,338
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.64(d)

About the Author

C.M. Hindmarsh is a published author, professional film script and radio-play writer, scriptwriting instructor and Shaman.

The focus of his creative work is in the sci fi, horror and mythological genres. His latest collection of short stories, THE FORGOTTEN, explores how Gods and Monsters of the Olde world adapt to life in modern day Canada.

​C.M. has always felt an affinity for and connection to the natural world and the multitude and diversity of the creatures who dwell in it. He enjoys exploring the seen and unseen world that surrounds us and sometimes interacts with us. He has had many such interactions and most of his fictional work is based on such experiences and encounters. Some have been positive, some not so much and some have been so terrifying that the mere memory raises the hairs on the back of his neck.

Table of Contents

SILVER 1

TEA ON A WINTER'S AFTERNOON 23

SIKU 37

THE TOLLING 51

THE CHOICE 77

THE LAKE 89

DOUBLE DOG DARE 113

AEGIR'S OFFERING 163

FRAGILE LITTLE THINGS 183

PROSPECTING 193

THE RECRUIT 219

MENAGERIE 233

GROUND ZERO 261

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