There is said to be a haunted chamber in the house, erected by Merlin in ancient days, where a man who enters remembers his true and forgotten self. When Hal and Laurel step in, they remember, with fear and wonder, a terrible truth they must forget again when they step outside.
From the reviews:
- "A wonderfully creepy, profound, sad and yet uplifting story. Wright's latest is another fantastic and inventive piece from an author whose imaginative faculties boggle the mind."
- "There are few authors who can maintain extremely high 5-star quality in every single piece of work they produce. JCW is one of the very few grand-masters who manages to pull this off consistently."
- "It was a roller coaster ride, and I mean that in a great way. Few works have affected me like this novel. I quit reading it twice in order to think about things."