Spiritwalk by Charles de Lint
This is a sequel, of sorts, to Moonheart which I recently reread after many years and still loved. So I was kind of pleased to find both of them were on Scribd, because I've never read this one.
It wasn't originally intended to be a novel, it's more along the lines of an old-fashioned fix-up, although there is a single narrative arc to all the shorts included. But it just didn't work for me as well as Moonheart did.
It is set some years after Moonheart, with some of the same characters making a reappearance, but many new ones as well. And it's certainly whimsical and quite lovely in places, but it just doesn't have the same feeling of wonder and discovery. It's darker, full of foreboding and loss but it's still really quite good.
And don't read the spoiler unless you've actually read the book - I just wanted to get something off my chest, and maybe see if anyone else has ever read this and agrees, or has another perspective, but I'm really spoiling literally the last page here. Don't say you weren't warned. :)