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"Assam & Darjeeling" is the story of two children who set out to rescue their dead mother from the Underworld -- a nightmare place where the mythological desperately tries to keep pace with the world above. The children encounter cell-phone carrying demons, forgotten deities from defunct pantheons waiting tables, and one nasty character called Juniper who takes a particular, personal interest in their quest. A terrific story full of references to mythology, folklore, Dante's 'Inferno', and classic fairy tales, "Assam & Darjeeling" follows in the tradition of writers like Ray Bradbury, Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett, and Philip Pullman.

"Assam & Darjeeling" T.M. Camp

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"Assam & Darjeeling" is the story of two children who set out to rescue their dead mother from the Underworld -- a nightmare place where the mythological desperately tries to keep pace with the world above. The children encounter cell-phone carrying demons, forgotten deities from defunct pantheons waiting tables, and one nasty character called Juniper who takes a particular, personal interest in their quest. A terrific story full of references to mythology, folklore, Dante's 'Inferno', and classic fairy tales, "Assam & Darjeeling" follows in the tradition of writers like Ray Bradbury, Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett, and Philip Pullman.

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    • 1 min
    24 Book One, Chapter Twenty

    24 Book One, Chapter Twenty

    "Assam & Darjeeling" is the story of two children who set out to rescue their dead mother from the Underworld -- a nightmare place where the mythological desperately tries to keep pace with the world above. The children encounter cell-phone carrying demons, forgotten deities from defunct pantheons waiting tables, and one nasty character called Juniper who takes a particular, personal interest in their quest. In the twentieth chapter of our story, Jee goes looking for her brother . . . but finds Juniper instead.

    • 10 min
    26 Book One, Chapter Twenty-Two

    26 Book One, Chapter Twenty-Two

    "Assam & Darjeeling" is the story of two children who set out to rescue their dead mother from the Underworld -- a nightmare place where the mythological desperately tries to keep pace with the world above. The children encounter cell-phone carrying demons, forgotten deities from defunct pantheons waiting tables, and one nasty character called Juniper who takes a particular, personal interest in their quest. In the twenty-second chapter of our story, Assam enters the fox's lair and it's up to Jee and Edgar to get him out again . . . but bad things happen, make no mistake.

    • 53 min
    86 Epilogue

    86 Epilogue

    "Assam & Darjeeling" is the story of two children who set out to rescue their dead mother from the Underworld -- a nightmare place where the mythological desperately tries to keep pace with the world above. The children encounter cell-phone carrying demons, forgotten deities from defunct pantheons waiting tables, and one nasty character called Juniper who takes a particular, personal interest in their quest. In this brief epilogue, we say goodbye.

    • 18 min
    85 Book Four, Chapter Eighteen

    85 Book Four, Chapter Eighteen

    "Assam & Darjeeling" is the story of two children who set out to rescue their dead mother from the Underworld -- a nightmare place where the mythological desperately tries to keep pace with the world above. The children encounter cell-phone carrying demons, forgotten deities from defunct pantheons waiting tables, and one nasty character called Juniper who takes a particular, personal interest in their quest. In the eighteenth chapter of Book Four, our story finally comes to an end.

    • 14 min
    84 Book Four, Chapter Seventeen

    84 Book Four, Chapter Seventeen

    "Assam & Darjeeling" is the story of two children who set out to rescue their dead mother from the Underworld -- a nightmare place where the mythological desperately tries to keep pace with the world above. The children encounter cell-phone carrying demons, forgotten deities from defunct pantheons waiting tables, and one nasty character called Juniper who takes a particular, personal interest in their quest. Assam and Darjeeling say their goodbyes to Seth and Sarah in the seventeeth chapter of Book Four. They wait in line with all the rest of the lost and the exiled, but there are too many and the boat is too small.

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

Rmans tank ,

Woke me up

I had forgotten what it was to crave. Start listening and remember, too. Positively delicious book and podcast.

RomaLisa ,

Listen to this story!!!!!!

After listening to more podcasts than I can remember, this is one of the MOST memorable!! I just finished a 4 day marathon of this story and I am sorry that the epic journey is over. Not only does the author/reader (excellent voice) bring forth elements that remind me of Straub and King's The Talisman, and echoes of Gaiman's American Gods, he also makes the endings of the podcasts interesting and funny with its warnings of the dire consequences of disseminating the podcast without his written permission. I am going to download The Gospel of Thomas now and hope that it is half as good as A & D!! Thank you, Mr. Camp!

Jee fan ,

Impressive!

This is by far one of the books I've listened to. Everything... the writer's style, the manner in which he performs, the plot... kept me hooked.

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