A Glimpse of the Numinous by Jeff Gardiner

A Glimpse of the Numinous In these fourteen stories Jeff Gardiner shows a startling range of styles and imagination,from visceral horror to lyrical literary prose.

Keen psychological insight is allied to a shrewd knowledge of ancient myth and mysticism. Gardiner’s recurring interest is in religion and spirituality and the strange traces these almost outlawed strangers have left on modern urban life.

Look again at your world and let Gardiner show the glimpses you’ve been missing of the doors that beckon you to other ways of seeing.

                                                              The ominous, the luminous… the numinous.

                                   

“… like a modern Lovecraft, Gardiner is adept at mixing the divine with the macabre creating an unsettling reading experience …. another great collection which will take you to some of the stranger shores of human experience.”                                                                                                                  Sci-Fi Online

 “Overall, the collection is stylish and enjoyable. Gardiner has a diverse range and one never knows what the next story will bring.”                           Stephen Joyce

 “The fourteen stories contained in this collection are notable for their considerable range. No two are alike, yet all are distinguished by beautifully evocative writing and a staunch commitment to originality.              Adam Groves

Available at:

amazon.co.uk  (paperback, hardback and kindle)

amazon.com    (paperback, hardback and kindle)

www.eibonvalepress.co.uk          

www.jeffgardiner.com

Jeff Gardiner’s blog – https://jeffgardiner.wordpress.com/

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