A former professor of Classics with particular interests in Greek drama and epic poetry, Jacqueline Fellows is contrarian, idealistic, and unconventional. She is named after a grandmother who could (reportedly) levitate tables.
The Sherangivan by Jacqueline Fellows
"You go no farther than your own mind; and what could be more familiar to you than yourself?" A new city on the rivers, its walls pristine and untested. Encroaching strangers, aggressive, seeking a new land of their own. A brutal triple murder in the woods. And a young man caught in the middle of it all, tormented by dreams he doesn't understand.