[PDF/EBOOK] The Bell at Sealey Head ☆ Patricia A. McKillip – PDF, Kindle ePUB & eBook

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The Bell at Sealey Head

E everyone hears the ringing of a bell no one can see On the outskirts of town is an impressive estate Aislinn House where the aged Lady Eglant I felt such terrible sorrow such loss such fury at that moment at the end of every day when the last light faded in the world The bell was the sound of my heart crying out to the worldWell this was lovely There is something almost indescribably comforting about McKillip s books to me Reading them is like falling into the best sleep you ve ever had and dreaming a strange sweet dream that is at once airy and rich otherworldly and comfortingly human They are essentially perfect little gems of ethereal beauty and The Bell at Sealey Head is no exception Featuring a hidden castle dimension cursed to live each da

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Brand new from the World Fantasy Award winning author of Solstice Wood Sealey Head is a small town on the edge of the ocean a sleepy place wher I have found my new favorite novel by Patricia McKillip Earlier pole position candidates have been Winter Rose or Alphabet of Thorns but choosing the best between her books has always been a difficult proposition both because they are all good and because it is like comparing apples and pears she changes the mood and the type of plot and the characters every time I start thinking I have her particular style pinned down The Bell at Sealey Head is as beautifully written and intriguing as the books I ve read before but I believe it comes the closest in her catalogue to a romantic comedy with a Gothic ninetee


10 thoughts on “The Bell at Sealey Head

  1. says:

    Dream a little dream of a little book perfect in every way; a story about a little village on the seacoast less than perfect but full of charm a lived in village with charming lived in characters; a village with a mysterious crumbling manor with many doors to another world a world of rituals and ravenous crows and glassy e

  2. says:

    I started this book like ten years ago and didn't finish it then Patricia McKillip is one of my favorite fantasy authors she has lovely poetic writing but she can be a little hit and miss for me and I thought this

  3. says:

    I have found my new favorite novel by Patricia McKillip Earlier pole position candidates have been Winter Rose or Alphabet of Thorns but choosing the best between her books has always been a difficult proposition both because they are all good and because it is like comparing apples and pears she changes the mood and the type of plot and the characters every time I start thinking I have her particular style pinned down The Bell at

  4. says:

    I felt such terrible sorrow such loss such fury at that moment at the end of every day when the last light faded in the wo

  5. says:

    Ordinary and wealthy families mingle and earn a living in a small lovely village overlooking the ocean Life mov

  6. says:

    Reviewed for The BibliophibianSealey Head is a small town perched above a harbour where people mostly go about their everyday lives — managing an inn running a business selling their wares — with the main magic being in

  7. says:

    A sweet little slip of a book about a house in a tiny seaside town and pantry doors that open to the house in another world under a spell and an innkeeper who loves books and country romances and a bell ringing every day at sunset that only the people who listen can hearPretty This book is partly about rituals – lighting candles getting m

  8. says:

    This is the best book I've yet read from Patricia A McKillip and I've loved all of her work that I've read Somehow this enchanted me even better than any of the others A lovely magical atmosphere that permeates all of the book and the reader's

  9. says:

    At heart this is a fairy tale about stories Like Robin McKinley's work this book is fantasy on the small and private level McKillip tells the story of a group of people think Cranford and the magic that is part of their lives All the characters are well drawn and none of the characters is a cliche In addition to the actual novel one of the characters tells a story to her younger siblings In fact when this is first down the reader

  10. says:

    This is one of my favorite McKillip novels second only to Tower at Stony BrookImagine a small coastal town where inhabitants have alwa

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