Somewhere Beneath Those Waves

# Read ! Somewhere Beneath Those Waves by Sarah Monette ä eBook or Kindle ePUB. Somewhere Beneath Those Waves Monette’s diverse collection delves deeply into the mythic and reaches far beyond everyday reality. R. From ghost stories in the tradition of M. James to darkly poetic tales to moving fictional examinations of the most basic of human emotion—fear, love, hate, loneliness—Monette’s pen produces stories that are invariably unforgettable .. Readers cannot resist journeying with her into realms—dangerously dark or illuminatingly revelatory—they could never imagine

Somewhere Beneath Those Waves

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Rating : 4.34 (964 Votes)
Asin : 1607013053
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 336 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-04-17
Language : English

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"A taste that makes you want more" according to easefulreader. I have been a huge fan of Sarah Monette since I discovered "Melusine" and its sequels (ahhh delight .) some years ago, but I have never cared much for short stories. I like to delve deeply into worlds, and the average short story is over just about the time it gets interesting. But BECAUSE "Somewhere Beneath Those Waves" was written by Sarah Monette I took a chance on it and made it my first purchase for my Nook. It is possible that she will make me change my views on stories. Or maybe, just maybe, she'll take pity on those of us who love her darkly inventive ficti. "Diverse and excellent stories" according to Cissa. I don't think I've ever read such a diverse seleDiverse and excellent stories I don't think I've ever read such a diverse sele3ction of stories by a single author. They ranged from very literary and poetic (including one poem), to straightforward in styles, but all were worth reading. (And I say that as someone who is not usually a fan of elliptical prose!)It's best, I think, when the dreaminess and literary aspects come in the service of a strong plot, and there were several such stories here. I particularly liked "The World Without Sleep", with its angels, truly original vampires, goblins, and shadows, and a nice, complex plot.If you like M. ction of stories by a single author. They ranged from very literary and poetic (including one poem), to straightforward in styles, but all were worth reading. (And I say that as someone who is not usually a fan of elliptical prose!)It's best, I think, when the dreaminess and literary aspects come in the service of a strong plot, and there were several such stories here. I particularly liked "The World Without Sleep", with its angels, truly original vampires, goblins, and shadows, and a nice, complex plot.If you like M. Imaginative Most of these stories leave me with more questions than answers. When you finish a book and you wonder what happened next, Sarah Monette doesn't just wonder she tells you. Her creatures are not cliché. Her vampires are not your mothers vampires. She expands your thinking.

Monette’s diverse collection delves deeply into the mythic and reaches far beyond everyday reality. R. From ghost stories in the tradition of M. James to darkly poetic tales to moving fictional examinations of the most basic of human emotion—fear, love, hate, loneliness—Monette’s pen produces stories that are invariably unforgettable .. Readers cannot resist journeying with her into realms—dangerously dark or illuminatingly revelatory—they could never imagine without her as their guide

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