Dry Water

Eric S. Nylund


Dry Water

Dry Water

  • Title: Dry Water
  • Author: Eric S. Nylund
  • ISBN: 9780380796144
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback



There is water pooled deep within the earth a forbidden spring that flows through the history of humankind.There is a reborn ghost town in New Mexico where real phantoms congregate along with artists, shamans, witches d all manner of evil.Lightning has chased Larry Ngitis to this place where he will be called upon to do the impossible Because the death of everythiThere is water pooled deep within the earth a forbidden spring that flows through the history of humankind.There is a reborn ghost town in New Mexico where real phantoms congregate along with artists, shamans, witches d all manner of evil.Lightning has chased Larry Ngitis to this place where he will be called upon to do the impossible Because the death of everything is rapidly approaching unless Larry can turn the wheels of the world in the right direction.DRY WATER is a novel of wondrous thing that reshapes time and many realities from the awesome imagination of Eric S Nylund, a truly great contemporary American Fantasist.There is water pooled deep within the earth a forbidden spring that flows through the history of humankind.There is a reborn ghost town in New Mexico where real phantoms congregate along with artists, shamans, witches d all manner of evil.Lightning has chased Larry Ngitis to this place where he will be called upon to do the impossible Because the death of everything is rapidly approaching unless Larry can turn the wheels of the world in the right direction.DRY WATER is a novel of wondrous thing that reshapes time and many realities from the awesome imagination of Eric S Nylund, a truly great contemporary American Fantasist.


Recent Comments "Dry Water"

Well, at 88% I'm throwing in the towel. It's been 6 months since I started Dry Water and I just CANNOT bring myself to read another page about Larry. What happened? I LOVE Eric Nylund - From Pawn's Dream to Game of Universe, I'm right there with ya, Eric. But you totally lost me on this one. The pacing was all over the place, the plot was a strange concoction of fairy dust, ghosts, gold hunters, wizards, flagellating priests, time travel, enchantresses, and basically everything but the kitchen s [...]

I hesitated to write a review of this book, as my take on the book seems to differ widely from everyone else's opinion. It's not that I didn't like the book, it's just that it seemed more sort of "OK" rather than "full-throttle." It wasn't a bad book, in fact I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to someone as a first-time fantasy novel. After looking at everyone else's ratings, in fact, I wonder if there's something wrong with me that I only want to give it three stars. It just seemed sort of une [...]

To be perfectly honest, I did not think I would enjoy this book at all.I found myself very pleasantly surprised. It was an exciting read, and held my attention from start to finish. The characters were interesting and fun and I thought the pacing was pretty good. Well done.I highly recommend this book.

Enjoyed it immensely. No black and white characters, no sappy nirvana save the world ending. Was satisfying.

FantasticThough, it took me more time to read it since I have a hard time imagining scenes and I keep rereading paragraphs 2 or 3 times and going back and forth in the story. It's honestly a good book, for now at least. My mind couldn't take it all in so I had to take 5 minute breaks every 2 chapters just so I can take a breatger and let the words sink in so that my mind won't explode(I was also reading 3 different books). I bought this for barely a dollar (in good condition) at BookSale because [...]

Fantastic book. It's a mix of time travel, mysticism, ghosts and honest detective work all set in the deserts of the Southwest. If you're looking for something that will bend your mind a bit, check out this work!

I thoroughly enjoyed Dry Water (I read it a looong time ago and then again recently) and I have to say Eric Nylund is quite the underrated writer.Actually I have no idea whether he's rated highly or not, so I suppose I just made that up.

strange fantasy. I was waiting for gilgamesh to rear his 1/3 god head. . . hadn't read anything quite like it, so it gets two snaps for originalityt sure I'd want to read something like it again

fasinating. one of those books you think about years later and have no idea why.

Interesting book set in New Mexico. This one has shamans, ghost, witches, necromancers, fairies, dinosaurs, magic and mystery. Future, past and multi-verses. This was a good one read book.

I registered a book at BookCrossing!BookCrossing/journal/14180951

I should have really loved this novel - shamans, witches, cross-dimensions. but i am completely lost as to what is going on am giving up

I generally liked this book. It kept my interest and wasn't always expected. I had some issues with the ending but all in all an enjoyable read.

My sister Mary borrowed this book to read and never gave it back. I have wanted to reread this for a long time but can't. I am bitter, because I like this book a lot. Give me my book back Mary!

Funky and engaging. Definitely a potential read for those making the shift into fantasy/supernatural. Reminds me a bit of American Gods by Neil Gaiman. Worth picking up.


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