The Gilded October

The Gilded October There are those who have walked among us whose presence is not of our own time and through a portal they may slip when we are unaware The Gilded October The partition separating the haunted from the

  • Title: The Gilded October
  • Author: Thayer Berlyn
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  • Page: 111
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  • There are those who have walked among us whose presence is not of our own time, and through a portal they may slip when we are unaware The Gilded October The partition separating the haunted from the haunter is often perilously thin, and obsession has an uneasy way of reaching across the veil.Unsettled by repetitive nightmares and somber preoccupations, Eli Nicholson leThere are those who have walked among us whose presence is not of our own time, and through a portal they may slip when we are unaware The Gilded October The partition separating the haunted from the haunter is often perilously thin, and obsession has an uneasy way of reaching across the veil.Unsettled by repetitive nightmares and somber preoccupations, Eli Nicholson leaves the familiar melancholy of Oxford in the spring of 1928 and travels to the West of Ireland But the charming cottage he rents for the season to escape his demons has a lingering disturbance of its ownd a memory waiting to be revived.

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    1. Well. I read at night as a general rule. Which is unfortunate because this book is ever so slightly creepy. Creepiness dose not go hand in hand with sleep At all.The book has a similar feel to the last book I read by Thayer, in that it it tells of a community with a secret. But the story itself is completely different. I knew there was something going on, but couldn't quite put my finger on it until all those little ends were tied up in the last few chapters. In short, I love the writing style a [...]


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