(PDF DOWNLOAD) [The Ghost of Scarside Beck] î H.E. Bulstrode
Much for me The Ghost of Scarside Beck by HE Bulstrode is a short ghost story set in contemporary Cumbria Indeed the setting was what drew me initially to the book and I read it while in Grasmere The story deliberately does not locate itself exactly but the description of the scattered villages and responsibilities of clergyman at the heart of the story suggested to "me one of the Buttermere or Langdale valleys Not that the In the feel of the earth that "one of the Buttermere or Langdale valleys Not that the ex. In the feel of the earth that the timelessness of an eternal present where a crossing over may occur at any moment Scarside Beck is one such place; a Cumbrian hamlet in which the gossamer film that separates all of our yesterdays from what is now is. ,
InterestingWell written it reads like a traditional ghost story where elements of the past repeat themselves in the modern day in a matter of life and death Highly recommended Brilliant I don t know It was just an ok read for me The beginning just seemed very dry kind of listing events and people It did get better about halfway through but it was not very compelling I know it a short story but for some reason it just didn t do. This is an alternate cover edition B076ZXN11 A Lakeland Ghost StoryThere are places where the past and the present walk in tandem where people and events seem to "echo those who have been but are no longer There is "those who have been but are no longer There is in the fabric of the buildings.
Summary The Ghost of Scarside BeckAct place is crucial to the story but I found
It Helpful To Imagine Those Settings As I ReadIt Shelpful to imagine those settings as I readIt s short story and a fairly straightforward one so I m not going to give away the plot "I don t often read short stories preferring development of plot and character so I can t "don t often read short stories preferring development of plot and character so I can t judge its merits compared to others of its kind Inevitably I would have liked it to be longer but as it was I enjoyed the story and am glad to have read it. Apt to tear Is it from the stone or the sodden soil that this remembrance seeps to be sensed and felt and yet not acknowledged by the conscious mind There was something here and it lingers still I feel itA novelette whose lightness soon descends into darknes.