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Addergoole by Lyn Thorne-Alder

Love, lust, ownership, exploration, and coming-of-age in a strange and novel world hidden beneath the known.

Addergoole is a contemporary fantasy story with erotic and dark-fantasy elements. Set in a world which is, on the surface, much like our own, Addergoole follows three students as they enter a strange, new school and discover just how much they don’t know about themselves, their parents, or their world. . . .

A complete novel.
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dark, addictive and intriguing

By A. M. Harte, editor, author of Theatre of Horrors

Jul 24, 2009: With so many school/college type webserials out there, Addergoole comes as a breath of fresh air. For this is no ordinary school: this is a secret facility, a school for students who are part human, part something else.

Currently at 23 chapters (with some great bonus stories), the story follows the newest intake of students, and three of them in particular as they struggle to come to terms with a school that operates on an entirely different set of rules. The [more . . .]

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Join Me Down The Adder Hole

By Ziggy, member

Aug 30, 2009: Opener: Strange. It’s the perfect word to describe this wonderful little serial. The characters, the plot, even the setting are strange. Strangest of all. None of that takes anything away from the story. In fact it makes better! There are so few stories with truly oddball or weird characters as sad as it is to say. That’s probably because it’s hard to write them without letting yourself get strange in the process but in Addergoole, Lyn Thorne-Alder lets herself get weird and downright nuts sometimes to show us the world [more . . .]

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