The Gate of Air: A Ghost Story - James Buchan Reviews
Description:ISBN 184724467X / Genre: Horror / Author: James Buchan / Edition: First Edition; 1st printing. / Hardcover / 247 Pages / Book is ... more
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by - written on 17/08/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
The carefully anonymous Jim Smith buys a moderate sized farm in the hazily located Brack Country. Jim is aged just under thirty, but has already travelled the world and built and then lost a successful software business. Equal parts snob and innocent, he seems to have little idea what to expect from his new life, and buys farming stock almost on a whim when the previous owner's labourer turns up one morning. James Buchan's The Gate of Air is an odd beast in that it tells a gripping ghost story which somehow seems to become submerged beneath the everyday tale of country folk. With its remote location, grotesque characters and eerie descriptive passages, it's a ... Read the complete review
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