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by Stephen Dedman

eBook Never Seen by Waking Eyes download ISBN: 0976654407
Author: Stephen Dedman
Publisher: Infrapress; First Edition, First Printing edition (August 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 228
ePub: 1651 kb
Fb2: 1524 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Short Stories and Anthologies

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Never Seen by Waking Eyes by Stephen Dedman . They say that we Photographers are a blind race at best; that we. learn to look at even the prettiest faces as so much light an. She isn't the same girl. She's always the same girl. She always has dark hair, black or almost black; pale skin; large eyes. Small, slight, almost elfin. The girl in Townsville is probably no older than ten; the girl in Bangkok may be twelve or twenty or anywhere in between.

Never Seen by Waking Eyes Paperback – August 1, 2005. Australian author Dedman (Foreign Bodies) fills his first . story collection with 24 erudite, highly unusual weird tales, many with a strong erotic charge. by. Stephen Dedman (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

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Start by marking Never Seen by Waking Eyes as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. An accomplished storyteller, Dedman re-imagines supernatural entities like vampires, succubi, and ghosts and combines them with modern terrors such as ecological and scientific horrors and the eternal evils of the political and the rperverse. His stories are disturbing, erotic, or amusing - or any combination of the three. With one original story and several never published in the United States or the United Kingdom, Never Seen by Waking Eyes will serve as an apt introduction for many to the darker short works of Stephen Dedman.

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Release Date:August 2005.

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Book DescriptionTwo dozen dark tales from one of Australia's finest genre writers. См. также: Классическая и современная проза.

Two dozen dark tales from one of Australia's finest genre writers. Drawing on inspiration from such diverse sources as Japanese mythology, European folklore, modern urban legends, and ancient native Australian and American traditions, as well as the literature of Shakespeare, T.S. Eliot, Bram Stoker, Lewis Carroll, and Edgar Allan Poe -- the author tells stories of humanity's deepest desires and most dreadful nightmares. Dedman journeys into the past, present, and future...to the jungles of Malaysia, outback ghost towns, and modern metropolises...to places both too familiar and unfamiliar to give comfort. An accomplished storyteller, Dedman re-imagines supernatural entities like vampires, succubi, and ghosts and combines them with modern terrors such as ecological and scientific horrors and the eternal evils of the political and the rperverse. His stories are disturbing, erotic, or amusing -- or any combination of the three. With one original story and several never published in the United States or the United Kingdom, Never Seen by Waking Eyes will serve as an apt introduction for many to the darker short works of Stephen Dedman.