The End of the Sentence

The End of the Sentence

Maria Dahvana Headley, Kat Howard

It starts with a letter from a prisoner...

As he makes an attempt to rebuild his lifestyles in rural Oregon after a sad coincidence, Malcolm Mays unearths himself corresponding with Dusha Chuchonnyhoof, a mysterious entity who claims to be the landlord of Malcolm's residence, jailed unjustly for 117 years. The prisoner calls for that Malcolm practice a gory, bewildering activity for him. because the clock ticks towards Dusha's free up, Malcolm needs to try and discover no matter if he is helping a assassin or an blameless. ''The finish of the Sentence'' combines Kalapuya, Welsh, Scottish and Norse mythology, with a dismal imagined historical past of the hidden corners of the yank West.

Maria Dahvana Headley and Kat Howard have solid a fairytale of ghosts and guilt, literary horror combined with the visuals of Jean Cocteau, failed executions, shapeshifting goblins, and magical blacksmithery. In Chuchonnyhoof, they have created a brand new form of Beast, longing, centuries later, for good looks.

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