Ash said:It's been a long, long time since I read it, but I remember enjoying it. I quite like that kind of blend of genres.
If you like the mix of fantasy, mythology and folklore (especially British) with a little horror thrown in it might be worth checking out Robert Holdstock (specifically Mythago Wood). Another one to check out might be Neil Gaiman's American Gods which straddles the same genres as well (but is quite different).
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