Suspense and Obscurity
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Well?" the goblin asked. It has a strange taste to it, but it is palatable. Loving effort?" asked the goblin. Yes, I'd even say too much loving effort
Well?" the goblin asked. Someday that troll bridge I will take down," said Mr. O'Toole, with a surge of sudden wrath. Yes, I'd even say too much loving effort. Weak tears ran down the goblin's cheeks and he lifted a hairy, calloused hand to wipe them away. You must pay me slight attention," he told Maxwell.
Reservation The Goblin. The Goblin Reservation Clifford D. Simak Inspector Drayton sat, solidly planted behind the desk, and waited
Reservation The Goblin. Simak Inspector Drayton sat, solidly planted behind the desk, and waited. He was a rawboned man with a face that looked as if it might have been hacked, by a dull hatchet, out of a block of gnarled wood. His eyes were points of flint and at times they seemed to glitter, and he was angry and upset. But such a man, Peter Maxwell knew, would never give way to any kind of anger. Inspector Drayton sat, solidly planted behind the desk, and waited.
The Goblin Reservation. He found himself looking forward to the trip, for the roadway ran along the hills of Goblin Reservation. Not that there were only goblins there; there were many other of the Little Folk and they all were friends of his-or at least most of them were friends. There was, behind that anger, a bulldog quality that would go plodding on, undisturbed by anger. And this was just the situation, Maxwell told himself, that he had hoped would not come.
The Goblin Reservation book. Author: Clifford Simak. The Goblin Reservation1.
Simak was best known for the book City, a reaction to the horrors of World War II, and for his novel Way Station. In 1953 City was awarded the International Fantasy Award, and in following years, Simak won three Hugo Awards and a Nebula Award. In 1977 he became the third Grand Master of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and before his death in 1988, he was named one of three inaugural winners of the Horror Writers Association’s Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement.
From science fiction Grand Master Clifford D. Simak, an interstellar adventure of aliens, fairies, and time travel. Until the day he was murdered, Professor Peter Maxwell was a respected faculty member of the College of Supernatural Phenomena.
Suspense and Obscurity