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A Haunted, Surreal Debut Novel About An Otherworldly Young Woman, Her Father, And Her Lover That Culminates In A Shocking Moment Of Betrayal One That Upends Our Understanding Of Power, Predation, And Agency Ada And Her Father, Touched By The Power To Heal Illness, Live On The Edge Of A Village Where They Help Sick Locals Or Cures By Cracking Open Their Damaged Bodies Or Temporarily Burying Them In The Reviving, Dangerous Ground Nearby Ada, A Being Both And Less Than Human, Is Mostly Uninterested In The Cures, Until She Meets A Man Named Samson When They Strike Up An Affair, To The Displeasure Of Her Father And Samson S Widowed, Pregnant Sister, Ada Is Torn Between Her Old Way Of Life And New Possibilities With Her Lover And Eventually Comes To A Decision That Will Forever Change Samson, The Town, And The Ground Itself Follow Me To Ground Is Fascinating And Frightening, Urgent And Propulsive In Ada, Award Winning Author Sue Rainsford Has Created An Utterly Bewitching Heroine, One Who Challenges Conventional Ideas Of Womanhood And The Secrets Of The Body Slim But Authoritative, Follow Me To Ground Lingers Long After Its Final Page, Pulling The Reader Into A Dream Between Fairytale And Nightmare, Desire And Delusion, Folktale And Warning Follow Me To Ground

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10 thoughts on “Follow Me To Ground

  1. Gumble& Gumble& says:

    Re read following its long listing for the 2019 Republic of Consciousness Prize and now longlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize Now that she was open the room had filled up with the tearing sound, the clotting was given off a smell of blueberries left to long on the stove I started humming, feeling my way towards the pitch of her hurt The baby was sleeping I could see its little shoulders through the cur

  2. Paul Fulcher Paul Fulcher says:

    Now longlisted for the 2019 Desmond Elliot Prize I peeled back the wet slap of her womb The baby was still in evidence, like the unevenness to grass where some animal has stopped to graze.Longlisted for the 2019 Republic of Consciousness PrizeThe judge s nomination Sue Rainsford achieves something quite uncanny believability Her characters are not human as normally conceived but human like creatures who

  3. Cortney LaScola - The Bookworm, Myrtle Beach Cortney LaScola - The Bookworm, Myrtle Beach says:

    Follow Me to Ground has to be one of the strangest books I have ever read but I loved it The author s writing was beautiful, and the story was so different Once I started it, I read it every second I had a chance until it was done.I would have liked explanation about everything literally everything but I think that is part of the magic and the draw of this book.And that cover

  4. Hugh Hugh says:

    Longlisted for the Republic of Consciousness Prize 2019My penultimate book from the RofC longlist and the strangest one yet It is unquestionably highly imaginative and well written, but the whole thing is a little too distanced from reality for my taste, like a magic realist nightmare without the realism.Fortunately, my Mookse group friends have already written detailed reviews that saw in it than I did, so I recomm

  5. Neil Neil says:

    I opened this novel with no idea what it was about and with no knowledge of the author Part of the reason I didn t know the author is that I have since discovered this is her first novel although she has written about many other books.Having now read the book, I have to say that I think coming at it with no prior knowledge might be the best way to experience it For that reason, I am going to try to avoid details

  6. Amy Imogene Reads Amy Imogene Reads says:

    When books are described as haunting, you know I m there This sounds like a beautiful nightmare of lyrical fiction Thank you to Scribner for an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review.

  7. Tommi Tommi says:

    Somehow this managed to press all the wrong buttons for me I read the first 100 pages carefully after which I skimmed the last 100 life is too short etc , so I m not the best critic of this book notforme

  8. peg peg says:

    I read this book as part of the 2019 Republic of Consciousness Longlist It is full of Magic Realism, which differs from fantasy in that the strange and impossible events are seen as normal by the characters This MR was so well written that the fantastical events began to seem REAL to me See my Booktube review at

  9. Racheal Racheal says:

    Dreamlike, strange, and compelling story about two static, otherworldly beings who have long lived on the outskirts of town and used strange powers to heal the ailments of those seeking help This book is a trip, with an interestingly unreliable narrator It s really well written. and also very wtf Right up my alley in other words

  10. Samantha Marie Samantha Marie says:

    Utterly mesmerising Wholly original Couldn t put it down.

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