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Gillians Marsh [KINDLE] ❃ Gillians Marsh By Michael Faun – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Gillian's Marsh 1866 The treacherous wetlands where a young woman Louella Lee ends up after escaping the horrors of her puritanical home in the town of Gillianswick Collapsing in the black woods near Gillian's Marsh The treacherous wetlands where a young woman Louella Lee ends up after escaping the horrors of her puritanical home in the town of Gillianswick Collapsing in the black woods near the marsh she is found by Red a loner woodsman and their rendezvous sets a nightmarish wheel into motion Whilst their unorthodox relationship blossoms stakes are burning in Gillianswick after a series of strange disappearances Convinced that the town is in the grip of black magic and deviltry overzealous Cyrus Reiterman initiates a merciless witch hunt that eventually draws him to the betraying bog where baleful forces await.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 82 pages
  • Gillians Marsh
  • Michael Faun
  • English
  • 04 August 2016

About the Author: Michael Faun

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8 thoughts on “Gillians Marsh

  1. Janie C. Janie C. says:

    A psychedelic journey through carnal swamps where bog creatures spawn with the surreal The most heinous ritual is the human witch hunt

  2. Arthur Graham Arthur Graham says:

    WHY CAN'T PEOPLE KEEP THEIR WILLIES OUT OF HOLES??

  3. Donald Armfield Donald Armfield says:

    Raw sexual violence of witchcraft old school horror Faun tells a suberb tale of lust and family betrayal over black magic and disturbing imagery This book dips into the deepest part of your mind peeling back your skull where it leaves it markMichael Faun's best to date Recommended

  4. Duane Duane says:

    Blood in the water blood in the land Southern Gothic crossed with B Movie like John Farris and Flannery O'Connor wrote a script to be directed by Jim and Artie Mitchell Lurid and mesmerizing festooned with horrors taken for granted flowing into each other like water under the mangrove trees overhung with Spanish moss in little old New Alabamathe narrator's camera eye does not shrink from depicting each gross and engrossing incident in this catalogue of terrorIt's just past the Civil War in the American south Luann Lee escapes the preacher only to be rescued by Red who should probably be played by Rory Calhoun if you can't get Kurtwood Smith in the movie when someone like Brian Yuzna or Stuart Gordon directs itI can just imagine Red's face with a furking leer on it and the blood running from his mouth Michael Faun depicts him so expertly draws the environment so clearly evokes crawling horror so well that you'll never get the taste out of your mouth

  5. Rodney Rodney says:

    Stunning classic horror that pulled me into it's clutches and refused to let go The storytelling was vivid and rich shrouded in plenty of sinister pagan fascination A nod here to the pacing plot lines and characters seemed to fall in to place at just the right moments I am anxiously looking forward to reading the rest of Faun's books This one simply had that magical uality that I look for in a great book Highly recommended

  6. Steve Isaak Steve Isaak says:

    This tale of witchcraft lust familial betrayal and violence a malevolent tree and other horrors is a burn through  and superb read one that is worth owning if you are not sueamish and like your gory thrills raw with a nasty attitude

  7. Michael Michael says:

    Michael Faun's newest novella may be short but sometimes the shortest books pack the biggest punch If you've ever read Michael's work you know that he often mixes in a variety of genres to create something uniue but this time he's written a straight up horror novel that holds back just a little and the results are uite stunning Taking the idea of the occult and the hysteria of the Salem Witch Trials and blending them together you get Gillian Marsh This is by far the best novel that Faun has written This is a writer who has attempted to stretch beyond his comfort zone and it works Gillian's Marsh has a classic horror feel to it while keeping just a hint of splatterpunk As a writer Faun knows how to create a readable story and the detail presented brings these characters to life Throughout history we have always been taught to that witches are evil but what if there is something far darker and far sinister just beyond our realm of understanding? This is a novel that embraces the dark and it hinges on paranoia While most horror novels tend to dwell on the silliness factor Faun plays it straight and never ventures into the overly cheesy to hook his readers The fact is that Faun has created something uniue and reminds us why darker fiction is so good You don't need cheap scares to grab a readers attention Gillian's Marsh is a damn good horror novella that is dark and often disturbing Horror fans are always looking for something different and this time a writer has delivered If you like your horror dark and a little disturbing do yourself a favor and pick this one up

  8. Ben Arzate Ben Arzate says:

    45 StarsOverall Gillian's Marsh is just really fun to read It's an entertaining work by a very skilled author with a deep love for the horror genre If you enjoy horror this novella is well worth readingFULL REVIEW

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