Langarrow by Andy Oldfield

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Langarrow is a fantasy that intertwines contemporary and mythical landscapes in Cornwall. The story is set mostly in present day Perranporth, but also in the mythical, ancient city of Langarrow, that is said to have existed in the same location on the north Cornish coast, but was buried beneath the dunes because of the wickedness of its inhabitants.
In a time out of time, Greeneyes has been lost and buried in the sand for many centuries. However, what is buried is not necessarily forgotten and Greeneyes has been dreaming of finding her mother.
In the present day, Lauren and Martin have dreams of their own, but when these dreams from different centuries evaporate into waking it throws up questions about love, identity, sanity, life and death for Martin, Lauren and Greeneyes.
The land meanwhile dreams on…

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Published March 1, 2013 42 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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