Head Full Of Mountains by Brent HaywardHead Full Of Mountains by Brent Hayward

Head Full Of Mountains

byBrent Hayward

Paperback | July 14, 2017

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When Crospinal's ailing father finally dies, he is left utterly alone in the pen, surrounded by encroaching darkness. The machines that tended to him as a child have long ago vanished, and the apparitions that kept Crospinal company are now silenced. Struggling with congenital issues, outfitted in a threadbare uniform, he has little choice but to leave what was once his home, soon discovering that nothing in the outside world is how he had been told it would be. In his quest for meaning and understanding, and the contact of another, Crospinal learns truths about himself, about his father, and about the last bastion of humanity, trapped with him at the end of time.
Brent Hayward's fiction has appeared in several publications and anthologies, including HORIZONS, ON SPEC, CHIZINE, the Tesseracts series, and CHILLING TALES. In 2006, his story "Phallex Comes Out" was nominated for the StorySouth Million Writers Award as best online story of that year; it received an honourable mention. FILARIA, his f...
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Title:Head Full Of MountainsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.6 inPublished:July 14, 2017Publisher:ChiZine PublicationsLanguage:English

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"[Filaria] is a powerful, beautifully-written dystopian tale concerning four inhabitants of a gigantic but dying artificial habitat. . . . With well-developed characters and four strong plotlines told through alternating chapters, Hayward delivers a fulfilling read." -Publishers Weekly (starred review)