Huh

jack at greenmanreview.com jack at greenmanreview.com
Tue Dec 21 15:01:13 EST 2004


Minnow writes:


> Between them and the castle in *The Princess and the Goblin* they have
> given me a house I quite often visit in my dreams.  Either that or there
> is a house somewhere in the Dreaming from which all these (and now I
> come to think of it, the house Charles de Lint has as well) were drawn,
> of which they are each a partial picture, and which I can somehow get
> to. It has a library on two levels, with a sort of passage running
> through it on one side that is a low bookshelf lower than the rest of
> the room, and dark oak steps up into the main part of the room, which
> has several tall windows on the far side, each with a window-seat
> running round under it and heavy dark velvety curtains.

You really should read the Evenmere novels by James Stoddard as has perhaps the most amazing House
in the Universe.

http://www.greenmanreview.com/book/book_stoddard_highhouse.html

http://www.greenmanreview.com/book/book_stoddard_highhousesoulwave.html

http://www.greenmanreview.com/book/interview_stoddard.html





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