Beyond the Pale

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Bantam Books, 1998 - Fiction - 527 pages
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Linked by a mysterious preacher and by their experiences of the uncanny, a male drifter and a female doctor watch as their Colorado home is transformed into another world, where they find themselves in a war against evil. Original.

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User Review  - TW_Spencer - LibraryThing

This is an excellent book! I just had to pull it off the shelf and read it again. It has everything I expect in a book: well written, strong characters, likable protagonist the reader can get behind ... Read full review

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User Review  - Christopher Hernandez - Goodreads

It was a bit of a slow start for me to get into Beyond the Pale. I appreciated the author allowing transitions into two different worlds, but only became drawn in when the main characters entered into ... Read full review

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Mark Anthony learned to love both books and mountains during childhood summers spent in a Colorado ghost town. Later he was trained as a palaeoanthropologist but along the way grew interested in a different sort of human evolution--the symbolic progress reflected in myth and the literature of the fantastic. He undertook Beyond the Pale to explore the idea that reason and wonder need not exist in conflict. Mark Anthony lives and writes in Colorado .

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