Someplace to Be Flying (Newford, #5), Widdershins (Newford, #11), Dreams Underfoot (Newford, #1), The Little Country, The Blue Girl (Newford, #15), The Onion Girl (Newford, #8), Memory and Dream (Newford, #2), Forests of the Heart (Newford, #7), Jack of Kinrowan, Moonheart
Welcome to Newford
Welcome to the music clubs, the waterfront, the alleyways where ancient myths and magic spill into the modern world. Come meet Jilly, painting wonders in the rough city streets; and Geordie, playing fiddle while he dreams of a ghost; and the Angel of Grasso Street gathering the fey and the wild and the poor and the lost. Gemmins live in abandoned cars and skells traverse the tunnels below, while mermaids swim in the grey harbor waters and fill the cold night with their song.
Uncle Dobbin's Parrot Fair
The Stone Drum
That Explains Poland
The Sacred Fire
Winter Was Hard
Pity the Monsters
Ghosts of Wind and Shadow
The Conjure Man
The Moon is Drowning While I Sleep
In the House of My Enemy
But for the Grace Go I
Our Lady of the Harbour
Tallulah, Native American legends meld with modern life in a riveting urban fantasy involving normal human beings and the city of Newford's oldest residentsthe "animal people." Meet Hank the brave gypsy cab driver whose life collides in a brutal incident with that of Lily, a photojournalist in the wrong place at the wrong time; and the much-beloved crow girls, who will leave an indelible mark on your soul., In novel after novel, and story after story, Charles de Lint has brought an entire imaginary North American city to vivid life. Newford: where magic lights dark streets; where myths walk clothed in modern shapes; where a broad cast of extraordinary and affecting people work to keep the whole world turning.
At the center of all the entwined lives in Newford stands a young artist named Jilly Coppercorn, with her tangled hair, her paint-splattered jeans, a smile perpetually on her lips--Jilly, whose paintings capture the hidden beings that dwell in the city's shadows. Now, at last, de Lint tells Jilly's own story...for behind the painter's fey charm lies a dark secret and a past she's labored to forget. And that past is coming to claim her now.
"I'm the onion girl," Jilly Coppercorn says. "Pull back the layers of my life, and you won't find anything at the core. Just a broken child. A hollow girl." She's very, very good at running. But life has just forced Jilly to stop.,
When folk musician Janey Little finds a mysterious manuscript in an old trunk in her grandfather's cottage, she is swept into a dangerous realm both strange and familiar. But true magic lurks within the pages of The Little Country, drawing genuine danger from across the oceans into Janey's life, impelling her--armed only with her music--toward a terrifying confrontation.
Come walk the mist-draped hills of Cornwall, come walk the ancient standing stones. Listen to the fiddles, and the wind, and the sea. Come step with Janey Little into the pages of...The Little Country.