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The Dying God & Other Stories is a collection of short stories, illustrations and poems inspired by faerie tales and folklore from the imagination of S.M. Carrière.

Influenced by the bitter-sweet traditions of The Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen, as well as Medieval Irish and Welsh tales, The Dying God is sure to delight dreamers of all ages!
Paperback, Paperback, 205 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by CreateSpace.com
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WTL
Sep 05, 2013 rated it really liked it
I greatly enjoyed this book - with the possible exception of the poetry, which I've never been a fan of (it's me, not the author).

I picked the book up from the author at the 2013 Ottawa ComicCon, and it sat patiently until I had time to read it. The book was read cover-to-cover in afternoon while lying in a hammock up in Algonquin Park.

The final story of the book, The Dying God, was *brilliant*. I hope she follows up on that storyline someday.

Will happily pick up more of Carrière's writing.
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The Dying God & Other Stories is a collection of short stories, illustrations and poems inspired by faerie tales and folklore from the imagination of S.M. Carrière.

Influenced by the bitter-sweet traditions of The Brother's Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen, as well as Medieval Irish and Welsh tales, The Dying God is sure to delight dreamers of all ages!
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When S.M. Carrière isn't brutally killing your favourite characters, she spends her time teaching martial arts, live streaming video games, and cuddling her cats. In other words, she spends her time teaching others to kill, streaming her digital kills, and cuddling furry murderers.

Author bio helpfully provided by Éric Desmarais.