Reading Guyana: My Flute and My Bones

I had no idea what to expect from this novella, which is the very best way to approach a ghost story. I’ll say no more about the book itself, except that I really enjoyed the experience. It all surprised me in quite a few ways, including the author himself. Very satisfying!

Guyana has been one of those places that I only knew the lightest outlines of, and it’s been a real pleasure to gain a bit more knowledge. Both books I’ve read have been deeply engaging, and both authors that I’ve been introduced to have deep catalogs of work to explore, and personal stories that rival their fiction. Thank you, Guyana!

Harpy Eagle
Harpy Eagle (image by Clément Jacquard, via Wikimedia Commons)

 

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