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Indigo Eyes
by Fel Kian   

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Category: 

Fantasy

Publisher:  Immanion Press ISBN-10:  1907737057 Type: 
Pages: 

337

Copyright:  May 16, 2011 ISBN-13:  9781907737053
Fiction

The story begins when Peter’s mother Saraquinn disappears on the eve of his tenth birthday. His world is shattered, until one night when a phantom lures him into the woods and another world. Here the creatures of legends and myth exist, and there is something familiar about it all, something that stirs his dormant faerie blood. Fate, like Lylithe, is seductively sensual and infinitely cruel.

Across the ocean a young goth, Severina, is looking for a way to escape her wayward, city life. Clubbing and promiscuity aren’t cutting it anymore, and things are starting to happen -- weird things. Everyone around her is starting to die, and a haphazard entanglement with a water spirit forces her to enter a surreal world of exiled dwarves, Ash Mares, androgynous seers, beguiling faerie creatures, and a very real and very monstrous Ammit. But this savage and exotic world is changing, and Severina has a bigger role to play in the events to come than she could ever imagine…

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"If you prefer your reading matter rich and dark, Indigo Eyes will be a sumptuous feast for you.  Fel Kian is a bewitching new voice for literary fantasy." – Storm Constantine

 

A gothic tapestry of fantasy and horror, Fel Kian’s riveting first novel is a richly decadent tale that pushes the boundaries of identity and eroticism. Eccentric characters and wild landscapes abound in this story made up of three interweaving tales. An uncanny boy searches across worlds for his faerie mother; Severina, a young Russian woman, a lost soul in a lost city, seeks love and meaning; and the terrifying Lylithe, who hunts Angels with the stained sickle of a forgotten God.

 

Rife with mythological themes, the story begins when Peter’s mother Saraquinn disappears on the eve of his tenth birthday. His world is shattered, until one night when a phantom lures him into the woods and another world. Here the creatures of legends and myth exist, and there is something familiar about it all, something that stirs his dormant faerie blood. Fate, like Lylithe, is seductively sensual and infinitely cruel.   

 

Across the ocean a young goth, Severina, is looking for a way to escape her wayward, city life.  Clubbing and promiscuity aren’t cutting it anymore, and things are starting to happen -- weird things. Everyone around her is starting to die, and a haphazard entanglement with a water spirit forces her to enter a surreal world of exiled dwarves, Ash Mares, androgynous seers, beguiling faerie creatures, and a very real and very monstrous Ammit. But this savage and exotic world is changing, and Severina has a bigger role to play in the events to come than she could ever imagine…

 

Paying homage to dark fantasy masters like Tanith Lee, Clive Barker, and H. Rider Haggard, Kian’s literary touch strikes just the right balance between gruesome horror and ethereal fantasy. Not for the faint of heart, his expansive style leads the reader to an astonishing climax. Lyrically written and vividly portrayed, Indigo Eyes is a highly promising debut!


Excerpt

“Later, Peter would reflect on how that was the first time he had ever heard his mother speak with such calm malevolence. Presently, however, he was in a state of mounting panic. He struggled to free himself but the man’s hold was too firm. He imagined his arm being ripped off at the root, sending him flying backwards in a spray of blood and gore. Alas, his fertile imagination was always there to make a bad situation worse. His mother had a tight grip on his other hand and suddenly her presence loomed next to him, like a shield. She seemed to grow in stature, her shadow elongating and spreading like wings...”

-excerpt from Indigo Eyes




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