#4 – The Gemma Doyla Trilogy, by Libba Bray

#4 – The Gemma Doyla Trilogy, by Libba Bray   Libba Bray was a writer whose voice captured me immediately. She has beautiful style, accomplishing a 19th century tone without pushing it so far that it becomes tiresome. Her narratives are desperately compelling, and this story had me hooked from the first page. I devoured … More #4 – The Gemma Doyla Trilogy, by Libba Bray

#5 – A Certain Slant of Light, by Laura Whitcomb

#5 – A Certain Slant of Light, by Laura Whitcomb If always felt that ghost stories are underappreciated in the horror genre – not necessarily under represented, but not celebrated the way that they should be. Readers can find ghosts cliché, but what monster holds more meaning than the living memory of what we used … More #5 – A Certain Slant of Light, by Laura Whitcomb