Not far from the city there is an ancient wood, forgotten by the modern world, where Mystery walks in the moonlight. He wears the shape of a stag, or a goat, or a horned man wearing a cloak of leaves. He is summoned by the music of the pipes or a fire of bones on Midsummer's Evening. He is chased by the hunt and shadowed by the wild girl.
""De Lint is a master of the modern urban folk tale.""--The Denver Post
""It is hard to imagine urban fantasy done better then it is by de Lint at his best.""--Booklist
""In de Lint's capable hands, modern fantasy becomes something other than escapism. It becomes folk song, the stuff of urban myth.""--The Phoenix Gazette