A Blighted Tree Decay, like depression had a strangle-hold upon it. No green needles, no animals. Just a blight: a sickening grey blight. Stale air surrounded it. Strange crawling things wriggled b…
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Into the Fields–Walk–Don’t
“Why not?” she asked. Always she asked. Always: because, because, because … They always told her the same thing. What was this? The field belonged to no one as far as she was concerned. Why not? She walked into the fields surrounding the property. As she expected: nothing. Nothing to hide from, nothing to fear.
“Why did you go into the fields?” they asked her.
There and Back Again | Creature Feature
This is why you should go to book sales, or:
How many versions of The Hobbit can a person have? Not enough, as it turns out. We bring you a version of the classic tale with illustrations from the Rankin and Bass film. It’s quite the delight!
We like how this version of Gollum is a creepy frog-thing. Yay!