Megge and Brighida, now nearly seventeen, must perform the rites of transition that precede a burial. And as Megge accepts the charge to complete her beloved aunt’s unfinished business, a silken voice beckons her to the rugged cliffs of Kernow.
“Wonders and horrors lodge cheek by jowl in Kightlinger's merciless and incandescent imagination as Megge, not yet seventeen, understands that we are, indeed, all eternal companions.” —Boman Desai, author of TRIO: A Novel Biography of the Schumanns and Brahms
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