Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Adult Fiction HOFFMAN
Summary: "Most writers show and tell. Nina Hoffman sings." --Algis BudrysWinner of the Bram Stoker Award and finalist for both the Nebula and World Fantasy Awards, Nina Kiriki Hoffman presents a novel of two people who live outside ordinary reality--and who are about to discover life's extraordinary possibilities...Matt (Matilda) Black possesses the unique ability to speak with inanimate objects and to witness the inner dreams of other people. She spends her days traveling from place to place alone, yet never lonely--for she can communicate with all that surrounds her. She finds a kindred spirit in Edmund Reynolds--a wandering witch on a spiritual quest to help those in need. Together, these two special people will embark on an odyssey of the imagination. They will encounter things both wonderful and terrifying. And after so many years of solitude, they will learn to depend on one another--as they look into the darkest depths of the past.
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Matt (Matilda) Black
Speaks to inanimate objects and can visit other people's dreams; ran away from home due to sexual abuse.
On a spiritual quest to help those in need.
Escaped a Violent and controlling family environment.
Edmund's childhood friend; committed suicide.