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an abstract spiritual world beyond earthly reality

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Otherworld will be a satisfying read for science fiction fans looking for a quick, page-turning narrative.
Otherworld - an immersive bit of tech that promises to meet your every imagining.
In the ancient legends and stories that are connected with these days," says Beveridge, "there is a mythic and folkloric strain, and in fairy tales centered on these days we find a distinctly otherworld magic.
9679; Mike Murdock, virtual reality developer and co-founder of Otherworld Interactive
A belief in the Otherworld--in ghosts, mermaids and changelings--features prominently in the lore of Ireland, and, accordingly, The Otherworld charts encounters with and occurrences of the otherworld in music and song.
After Nam Forty-six years later My smug words uttered In some otherworld of righteousness Cause me pain I can only Imagine was felt at hearing them.
THE third in Bioware's excellent Dragon Age RPG series, Inquisition charges you with drafting and leading a group of characters into rugged battles against a staggering array of enemies - from earth-shattering High Dragons to demonic forces from the otherworld of the Fade.
DRAGON AGE: INQUISITION (PS3, PS4, XBOX ONE, XBOX 360) THE third in Bioware's excellent Dragon Age RPG series, Inquisition charges you with drafting and leading a group of characters into rugged battles against a staggering array of enemies - from earth-shattering High Dragons to demonic forces from the otherworld of the Fade.
99 THE third in Bioware's excellent Dragon Age RPG series, Inquisition charges you with drafting and leading a group of characters into rugged battles against a vast array of enemies - from earth-shattering High Dragons to demonic forces from the otherworld of the Fade.
Cast and Kristin Cast weave the suspenseful saga of Kalona's fall from grace in the Otherworld.
Allis Provost's future city in "Copper Ravens,'' a sequel to last year's "Copper Girl,'' is a dystopic one but still within the realm of fantastical, with a gateway to the Otherworld, including elves and underground elemental magic.
Geoffrey of Monmouth's description of the wondrous island, with its sisterhood of nine, conforms in every detail to other accounts of the Celtic Otherworld.
Her knowledge comes from impressions and otherworld sources she just can't identify; but when she gives a detective a clue that will lead him to three abducted children she begins to ".
Airy Nothings: Imagining the Otherworld of Faerie from the Middle Ages to the Age of Reason: Essays in Honour of Alasdair A.
McCracken-Flesher suggests Scottish science fiction often appropriates real narratives of science and fantasy based on a national past that saw Dolly the cloned sheep and praiseworthy nineteenth-century scientific endeavors alongside a Celtic Otherworld.