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READ WHAT A FEW HAVE ALREADY SAID ABOUT DEBBIE & PHIL

Gallant’s characters in this novel are nearly as various and eccentric as frogs in Nature, and the narrative reminds me of how a swarm of bees will pulse in various directions, appearing to split up, but always morphing back together as the story proceeds.
— Joseph Mendelson, Herpetologist and Conservation Biologist, Zoo Atlanta
 
I know James Gallant mostly as an essayist writing about some of the most intellectually challenging and inherently fascinating subjects imaginable: the UFO phenomenon, occult materializations and the like. The present novel displays in graphic and entertaining form what he has long argued in more linear and rational venues—namely, that invasions of occult influences that become especially likely in disorderly societies like our own—in the gaps, in the interstices of what we think of as the real but which is in fact a social construction, and a wobbly one at that.
— Jeffrey Kripal, author of Authors of the Impossible: the Paranormal and the Sacred