We, The Wanted

We, The Wanted

Shining a light on the mysterious and tragic history of the American Northeast, We, The Wanted is a gothic tale of isolation, the consequences of disbelief, and the monsters that lurk beyond the pale of civilization hoping to lure us into their darkness.

We, The Wanted

Shining a light on the mysterious and tragic history of the American Northeast, We, The Wanted is a gothic tale of isolation, the consequences of disbelief, and the monsters that lurk beyond the pale of civilization hoping to lure us into their darkness.

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Apr 30, 2021
978-1-78904-325-9

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Apr 30, 2021
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Cultural heritage, Gothic, Native american & aboriginal

Synopsis

When famine emigrant Patrick Gallagher, secures passage aboard a transatlantic coffin ship from County Cork, Ireland, to the Grosse Île Quarantine Station, Canada, he finds himself prey to a very different sort of hunger. Meanwhile, Angèle Paris D'Arcantel, a Vodou priestess, flees slavery and impending Civil War in New Orleans. She rides the Underground Railroad north along the Mississippi River to an abandoned lighthouse forsaken in the remote Adirondack wilderness at the brink of a vast, cursed forest and the harrowing bluffs of Lake Champlain.

We, The Wanted is a fully illustrated novel charting the unverified and unverifiable mythologies of seemingly disparate folklores: Irish, Haitian, and Native American, that converge beneath the beacon of the Split Rock Lighthouse as a way of exploring the contemporary phenomena of disenchantment. Shining a light upon the mysterious and tragic history of the American Northeast and across the tortured generations who weathered its storm, We, The Wanted is a gothic tale of grim isolation, the consequences of (dis)belief, and the monsters that continue to lurk beyond the pale of civilization hoping to lure us into their darkness.

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