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The Immortal Hour of Netta Fornario: A Fairy Novella

The Immortal Hour of Netta Fornario: A Fairy Novella

Syrinx, Soror

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General Fiction

ISBN13: 9798562501585
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Dec 6 2020
Pages: 136
Weight: 0.42
Height: 0.29 Width: 6.00 Depth: 9.00
Language: English
Netta Fornario always held a special fascination for me and it bothers me that people only remember her for how she died, and not for the Mysteries she served, and sadly her life's work has now faded to a few surviving pieces under the name of Mac Tyler. Knowing that she loved a fairy opera called The Immortal Hour, I wanted to create for her, her own story to star in. Even as this book encompasses two separate stories, one about Netta in the past and another about a writer in the future trying to unravel this enigma, it is a tale about what happens when worlds gently touch or violently collide together, such as cultural and/or religious oppositions, emotion and reason, real and unreal, fact and fiction, love and hate, life and death, and ultimately how we seek to reconcile or transcend them. As what happens any time I ever try to write about an Initiate, and she was a Co-Mason as well as a member of Alpha et Omega, the story is never what I set out to write and it becomes something more. This book is unusual because it seeks to hide fact in fiction and fiction in fact, and only in the interplay from one world to the other do we sometimes find what we are seeking.

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