No Matter Where You Are is a song from The Book of Life (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). It is from Us The Duo. Trivia You can hear this song during. The Book of Life (OST) No Matter Where You Are lyrics: I will stay by you / Even when we fall / I will be the rock, that holds. AZ wm-greece.info - Song Lyrics & Soundtracks from A to Z [Lyrics from: https:/lyrics. az/soundtracks/book-of-life/wm-greece.info] (Won't let you go!).
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Animation Movie Soundtracks Soundtrack Lists. Gustavo Santaolalla. Previous Article. This level of interconnection is hard enough, but Evenson pulls it off here with a variety of wildly different stories that go from space exploration gone wrong and post-apocalyptic mutations to dreamlike encounters and tales as straightforward as "A Disappearance," a crime narrative about a jealous man murdering the woman who left him.
This book could have been called 'Collected Paranoias. The beauty of Song for the Unraveling of the World is that nothing in its pages is accidental. From the order of the stories to the rhythm with which the unifying elements appear, Evenson is always in control. In fact, there is a level of self-awareness here that occasionally jumps out at careful readers and barrels at the fourth wall, abruptly stopping an inch before breaking through, somehow delivering a message while remaining within the context of the story: But this is not that kind of story, the kind meant to explain things.
It simply tells things as they are, and as you know there is no explanation for how things are, at least none that would any difference and allow them to be something else. Song is a skillfully crafted, cleverly executed, and extremely entertaining collection.
There are science fiction, literary, crime, surreal, and horror stories in here and so I wouldn't call it just a scary book. Instead, I'd call it something that's harder to achieve: deeply unsettling. Evenson has carved out a space between the weirdness of Jeff VanderMeer and the short-form brilliance of Diane Williams by writing fiction for adults that tickles the backs of our necks, the same way good scary stories did to us in our childhoods.