Category Archives: Feast Fables

The Final Episode

For those who have been following Feast Fables this next episode needs no introduction. And for those who haven’t . . . may I respectfully say you arrive a tad late. But don’t fret: the trilogy in its entirety will … Continue reading

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All That Remains . . .

The quest is achieved, the battle won, the final illusion swept away. The battle-slain have been claimed by the living to keep them out of Neka’s dark domain. Now all that remains is to attend Paddlo. And to make plans … Continue reading

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All In A Hurry

The battle is over. Yet Neka could yet triumph and destroy—not only humankind but also all flora and fauna. All of Life. So now all’s a hurry to tidy before Neka takes. Death Rites, ready now

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Light

Light, my light, the world-filling light, the eye-kissing light, heart-sweetening light! Ah, the light dances, my darling, at the centre of my life; the light strikes, my darling, the chords of my love; the sky opens, the wind runs wild, … Continue reading

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Something Not Done

The Spinner has bound one and all with her threads. But now the time comes for cutting through them it’s discovered that something is yet to be done. Out Of Blackness, ready now

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She Ought To Cry

Nilai has captured Uadnis and now is cutting patterns in her flesh. Blood flows. Yet Uadnis doesn’t cry. Why not? And what’s happening with Kerrid? This voice in her head, is it the source of her strange deep compulsion? Spinner … Continue reading

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Required: More Ingenuity

After a ‘slight’ emergency amongst Kerrid’s Asars it’s time to take stock. The first volley spent, the host remains, though splintered and ragged, with Neka still hidden within an illusion. To defeat and eradicate that demon is going to take … Continue reading

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