Book: Shiloh by Helena Sorensencategories: Book, Wolves, Fire, Bows and Arrows, Shadow, World of Darkness, Clans, Legends, Shapeshifters, Mythology, Epic Fantasy
Helena Sorensenabout this book: I'll be honest with you. I don't know how to market Shiloh. I don't know who will read it or who will connect with the story. Shiloh doesn't fit neatly into the literary genres that are popular at the moment. It's a little odd, a little different. I suppose you could say it's looking for a home.
I could talk about Amos and Simeon, about Phebe and Isolde. I could tell you about the River Meander and the Shadow Wolves that prowl through the Whispering Wood. I could describe what it looks like when the Night Weavers spirit someone away to the Hall of Shadows or how the people of Shiloh dance at the close of the Great Hunt.
But this story isn't really about any of that. It's about darkness, about what it's like to live without hope...and what it's like to discover it all over again, to find that the world is wider and brighter and better than you ever could have imagined, if only you can find the strength to remember and the courage to believe.
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