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Black Fox In Thin Places is a supernatural epic unlike any you have read before. Along with influences too innumerable to name, there are echoes of J. R. R. Tolkien here, and Nathaniel Hawthorne, Lewis Carroll, Edgar Allan Poe, Bram Stoker, Charles Dickens, and the venerable but unknown James Reynolds. Where lies the boundary between myth and reality? When should a shiver up the spine be considered a warning, or the call of the forest be thought a welcome?Born a seer and welcomed by denizens of Faery, a young Irish woman takes up a quest to find that which she longs for most. But her adventure will not end in a way that she could ever imagine as she meets those who are strange and beautiful, and defiled and deadly.Sionnach Varela will encounter legends more breathtaking than a vision, dangers more terrifying than the darkest night.Joined by companions human and not, and beset by enemies of the same, Sionnach must ultimately depend upon her own strength to see herself past those who seek to kill her—and in doing so, she will discover something that only the most courageous heart could ever face…A timeless work of stunning beauty, BLACK FOX IN THIN PLACES is a story as authentic as the mythology it lies steeped in, and as poetic as the land in which it takes place.