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Albion Fay #2019

Albion Fay I know exactly when this photo was taken July And I know where it was taken on the sloping lawn beneath Albion Fay The boy in the photograph is me The girl is my sister Angie This is the morning

  • Title: Albion Fay
  • Author: Mark Morris
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 279
  • Format: None
  • Albion Fay By Mark Morris, I know exactly when this photo was taken July 1975 And I know where it was taken on the sloping lawn beneath Albion Fay The boy in the photograph is me The girl is my sister, Angie This is the morning of the day when we went into the caves for the first time It is the day when our lives changed forever Albion Fay, a holiday house in the middle of nowhere, surround I know exactly when this photo was taken July 1975 And I know where it was taken on the sloping lawn beneath Albion Fay The boy in the photograph is me The girl is my sister, Angie This is the morning of the day when we went into the caves for the first time It is the day when our lives changed forever Albion Fay, a holiday house in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by nature s bounty For the adults, a time for relaxation and to recharge the batteries, while for the children, a chance for exploration and adventure in the English countryside A happy time for all nothing could possibly go wrong Or could it What should be a magical time ends in tragedy but what really happened that summer

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    1. Spectral Books is well known for it s commitment to the novella form a commitment that sees it releasing several books a year in this format I was lucky enough to pick up a copy of Mark Morris s Albion Fay at Edge LitAlbion Fay is a quiet, understated stunner of a book The story takes place across several time periods a tricky device to use at the best of times, one fraught with potential confusion for the reader Morris navigates this with confidence and ease He seems to have an instinctive gras [...]

    2. Frank Ryan is a middle aged, single man who is currently suspended from his job as a teacher After attending a family funeral, he looks through some old photo albums and remembers a holiday he took as a child in the 70s, with his twin sister Angie and parents They stayed at Albion Fay, an old house in the middle of nowhere close to a cave network that Angie got lost in Nobody knows what happened to her whilst she was in there and she never says but it changed her from a vivacious and confident c [...]

    3. Powerful and hauntingI haven t read anything by this writer before I heard about this book through the gingernutsofhorror website and thought I would give it a go I am so glad I did This is the best book I have read this year It s emotionally draining and left me feeling heartbroken Wonderfully written, creepy, sad So many feelings whilst reading it There is also a great essay intro from Adam Neville at the start No hesitation in giving this full marks 5 stars.

    4. Beautifully written Very hard to put down Great characters, haunting atmosphere, the cream of the crop of British horror writers.

    5. So, the emotional gutpunch that is Albion Fay by Mark Morris The narrative switches neatly between Frank s troubled childhood, in which outdoor adventures with his sister provide a welcome relief from the simmering resentment embodied by his father, and the present day The gradual decline of his parents marriage, culminating in acts of violence, provides a backdrop to a parallel decline that of Frank s sister Angie, who sees something in the warrenlike expanse of caverns behind their holiday hom [...]

    6. Albion Fay is a solid, well told horror novella time slipping back and forth from the catalyst of an event within some caves during a seventies childhood to the present day where the force of that encounter is still felt To Morris credit the suggestion of something otherworldly remains just that, there are human horrors which also infect this family, and any co dependancy is left to speculation Characterisation is richly drawn and the childhood reminisces resonate for me, certainly Whilst aspec [...]

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