Naxianpheria is a Demon of a different sort, and Mages, or, that is, a
limited number of Mages are her bane. Yet she has ways of coping with
them in a world ignorant of science.
In a house filled with light there dwells a dark terror, much to the dismay of the one who perhaps happens to be the last living relative of the former owner.
Crossing a moor at night can be quite deadly, for should the Wild Hunt come riding by... well, best not be out, then.
Far within the deep dark woods there sits a tower with no doors. Take care, should you stumble across it.
There comes a time in every dead man’s repose when enough is quite enough. But there are ways of getting even.
It is incumbent upon those casting spells simply to get them right, else the consequences, no matter how pleasurable, can be quite fatal.
Those stories and more lie within this book, rather like pools of strange reflections.
Dennis L. McKiernan has long enchanted fans and critics alike with his tales of Mithgar and Faery and his Caverns of Socrates. Yet McKiernan is also the author of a number of shorter stories, most of which appeared in various anthologies. This collection finally gathers them together in one place for your enjoyment.