COUNTDOWN TO THE REDDENING. PUBLISHED OCTOBER 31ST.

By 28th October 2019Uncategorised

“The land corralling Divilmouth’s harbour and its ranks of millionaires’ yachts was made soft and green by great capes of fir trees. The place reminded her of Switzerland, but also the tropics: pines in woods interchanging with lush palms in private gardens. A town built into cliffs and hills festooned with enormous, beautiful houses, arranged in curving rows above the mouth of a broad, glittering estuary: the sands the colour of unbleached sugar, the residents’ yachts moored below their mansions. Boats upright and gleaming like a regiment of royal cavalry, their lances vertical and white. It’s why she’d chosen to stay there.”

[Pics Kingswear & Dartmouth. S. Devon]


dening, Adam Nevill, Folk Horror, New novel