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Praise for Other Kingdoms:
"[A] bittersweet blend of fantasy and romantic suspense."
"A vital, witty, frightening, erotic and intelligent page-turner about the follies of youth, deeply immersed in an arcane world that lurks beneath the safe, definable surfaces of the everyday."
"Matheson himself is a literary faerie of sorts, his trick being his ability to coax off a story's familiar pathway to take us deep and deeper into his world until we accept what we instinctively reject. Those open to such imaginings couldn't ask for a better guide."
This is the story of Alexander White and his recounting of an adventure that occurred many years ago in 1917, when he was in his late teens. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jamie W.
The Last of the Great Golden Age-ers is gone now and there will never be another new work by Richard Matheson again. Oh sure... Read morePublished 5 months ago by William A. Griffith
Matheson is one of the very best. Read one of his books...you will be a fan forever! Start with this one. This guy has magic in his soul.Published 5 months ago by Hannah Forth
Being a huge Stephen King fan, the legendary works of the legendary Richard Matheson were absolutely necessary for me to read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by kevzilla23
Once again, master storyteller Richard Matheson has given us a highly unusual novel, this one of a young man who moves to England after World War I and falls in love with a... Read morePublished 22 months ago by David Berardelli
I kept wishing this book would end, but I'd already put so much time into it before I realized he wasn't going to move the story along. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Divalalake
A fantastical and historical story that’s dark, funny and erotic – it includes fairies and a witch. Set in the trenches of WWI and the forests of Northern England, it’s told from... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Layers of Thought
My review of Other Kingdoms by Richard Matheson - A Tor ebook
Matheson writes of a World War 1 wounded American veteran who convalesces in a quiet Northern England town... Read more
there is no one writing like Richard Matheson and his imagination has taken us to strange places. Here, however, the psyche of the wounded soldier must heal. Read morePublished on February 23, 2012 by Michael Burke