The House of Discarded Dreams by Ekaterina Sedia

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A young college student, Vimbai moves into a dilapidated house in the dunes and discovers that one of her new roommates has a pocket universe instead of hair, there’s a psychic energy baby living in the telephone wires, and her dead Zimbabwean grandmother is now doing dishes in the kitchen. Strange things start moving under the porch, as the house continues to grow and mutate, and creatures from African urban legends all but take it over. Now Vimbai has to find a way back to the real world, even if it means coming to terms with her past … the past that only exists in discarded dreams.

About Ekaterina Sedia

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Ekatherina Sedia is the author of "The Secret History of Moscow," Her short stories have been featured in a variety of publications including "Analog," "Baen's Universe," and "Fantasy Magazine," She lives in Hammonton, New Jersey.
Published December 17, 2010 by Prime Books. 320 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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