In A Season Of Dead Weather
by Mark Fuller Dillon
Publisher: Smashwords 2013
Number of pages: 64
In a season of dead weather, the mind clutches at reality; but what does it find instead? Madness, or monsters? Ghosts, or things more terrible than ghosts? Illusions, or invasions? Dreams, or the darkness at the end of all nightmares? One thing is clear: these are tales that echoes tell, in a season of dead weather.
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