Little did Colin realize he was travelling to one of the most darkly fantastic isles in all the fabled Seven Seas. Riles me, this Canuck preoccupation with Quebec being a distinct society. Go to the Rock if want to find anothre world. Or worlds..."
Colin Aintree aspires to 2.5 children and a mundane job. Problem one, his out of control clairvoyant mind careens through the Borderlands, an infinite dimension best likened to a psychic Internet. Problem two: Newfoundland, with its dark folklore and unique oddities, is no place to log on. After bearing the scrutiny of Heaven and Hell, a desperate and torture Colin must choose between suicide and mentorship with an ancient Irish nun who is far more that she seems.
About the Author
Dwain Campbell is a native of Sussex, New Brunswick. He ihas been an educator in Newfoundland for sixteen years. An English professor at Dalhousie University once urged him to submit his work for publication. Twenty years and two children later comes Tales From the Frozen Ocean, his first work of fantasy fiction.