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A tale of ancient mythic wonder and a mesmerising psychological fantasy thriller by 'one of the finest living crafters of myth' (PUBLISHERS WEEKLY) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A mesmerizing psychological fantasy thriller.
Jack Chatwin has visions. Vivid experiences of a world in parallel to our own; brief encounters with a human couple, Greyface and Greenface, fleeing a terrible event in their own world. But is he witnessing events from the past? From the future? From a world in parallel to, or alien to his own?
Only when Greyface escapes into Jack’s reality does the startling truth of what Jack has been experiencing start to occur to him. But Greenface has failed to follow her partner: she is still lost and in danger in a world that Jack must start to understand and enter, a hunter himself in a magical illusory land – his task to reunite the runners.
And everything he loves depends upon his success.
“A mythmaker of originality.”
Really pleased with this it arrived on time in excellent condition. Robert Holdstock knows how to tell a tale and this looks like another corker.Published 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
Arrived in good time and well packaged. Got this as a present so cannot comment on the book itself but my husband really enjoyed it.Published 20 months ago by JB
It seems this book tends to divide people. I happen to love it. Like Mythago wood, its an epic blend of fantasy, psychology, and myth. Read morePublished on 31 Aug. 2009 by Kavity Killer
Ancient Echoes tells the story of Jack Chatwin, an Englishman from Exburgh.
Jack has been having strange recurring dream-like visions, during which his body shimmers,... Read more
I happened across this in my local library and opted to read partly on the cover picture and the jacket info. Read morePublished on 7 Feb. 2004 by E.H.ROYLANCE