Magic Mirror of the Mermaid Queen, sequel to CHANGELING, a modern folktale of New York

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3 Responses to “Magic Mirror of the Mermaid Queen, sequel to CHANGELING, a modern folktale of New York”

  1. Avram / Moderator says:

    Sounds neat, but I flinch at the idea that Central Park is a “wild place”. It’s all man-made and artificially landscaped. Inwood Hill Park, at the northern tip of Manhattan, is less than a quarter the size of Central park, but it’s actual natural forest.

  2. Zig says:

    I love the urban fantasy sub-genre. Mixing myths and folklore with a modern city setting tends to make something wonderful in my experience. It’s what led me to Charles DeLint many years ago.

    Have to pick up the first book in this series (forgot about it when it was mentioned some time ago on BoingBoing), and put it on my growing “to read pile”.

  3. mistervega says:

    looks like blankalicious.

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