I was first introduced to Charles de Lint through Dreams underfoot, and Jilly Coppercorn. It was nice to return to the character and visit her before...
An older de Lint work reissued, it's a littler choppier than his more recent works, but old de Lint is still pretty wonderful. I love the juxtapositions inherent in contemporary urban fantasy, and as far as I know, he was the first to explore them.
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