The Book of Lost Things Setting

John Connolly
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Elsewhere

Elsewhere is the name David gives to the land he reaches through the crack in the garden wall. It's an enchanted land and he's drawn there by the Crooked Man. The land is where he encounters the Wolves and where he is forced to begin dealing with his own fears. The land is home to fairy tale creatures and people, including Snow White, but the stories are twisted from the traditional tales. The land is dangerous because each person who arrives brings their fears with them. The Loups imagined by Jonathan Tulvey is one example of this. Elsewhere turns out to be a place where people sometimes return as their lives come to an end, serving as a type of heaven for those who choose it. David spends days in Elsewhere as a child, writes a book about it, and does return there when his life is drawing...

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