We Will All Go Down Together: Stories of the Five-Family Coven

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Introduction by Amanda Downum
The Five: A Warning to the Curious

Landscape with Maps & Legends: Dead Voices on Air (2004)
Black Box (2012)
History’s Crust (1968)
The Narrow World (1999)
Words Written Backwards (2003)
Heart’s Hole (Time, the Revelator Remix) (2005)
Pen Umbra (2004)
Strange Weight (2004)
Furious Angels (2013)
Helpless (2013)

Afterword: Under These Rocks and Stones
Lines of Descent
Pronunciation Guide

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Devize, Glouwer, Rusk, Druir, Roke—these are the clans who make up the notorious Five-Family Coven. This alliance of witches, changelings, and sorcerers once sought to recreate the Earth in their own image, thwarted at the last only by treachery that sent half of them to be burned alive. Now, four hundred years later, the Coven’s last descendants—psychics, ex-possessees, defrocked changeling priests, shamans for hire, body-stealing witches, and monster-slaying nuns—the bastard children of a thousand evil angels—are assembling for a final confrontation.

| Introduction by Amanda Downum. |

ISBN: 9781771482011
eISBN: 9781771482028

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Praise for Gemma Files

Experimental Film is sensational. When we speak of the best in contemporary horror and weird fiction, we must speak of Gemma Files.”
—Laird Barron

“Gemma Files has one of the great dark imaginations in fiction—visionary, transgressive, and totally original. With this new novel [Experimental Film], Files explores the world of film and horror in a way that will leave you reeling. A smart, sharp page-turner with heart and depth.”
—Jeff VanderMeer

“Gemma’s been producing top-notch horror stories for years, and her weird Western Hexslinger trilogy is chock full of hellish horrors.”
—Mike Allen

“I am surely addicted, and this new addiction has a name–Gemma Files. We had company over the weekend, company I adore and hadn’t seen in a year, and I still snuck in bits of this audio book. The author spins together imagery that is breath-taking in both beauty and terror.”
—A Dab of Darkness (audiobook review)

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