If you looked in my search history right now this would pop everywhere. It's at the top of my TBR list! It sounds incredible and I'm working on a ghost story right now so it's total research too. I love it when I can justify my huge book bill.
They're a tax write-off too, you know. :)It's really good. I'm trying to pace myself now. I had no idea that I'd flown through half of it in one sitting--I don't want to devour, but savor. It's awesome. I'm reading it for plot, now, for wanting to know what happens--but I could definitely see reading it again for the sentences.
What else is on your list, Marsha?
Hooray! I'm glad you're enjoying it, GK! I downed that baby in two sittings. The newly released sequel cover is up on Kendare's blog and it's as gorgeous as the first!
Behold you power! I just bought the book. If you're loving ghost stories, my newest Unraveling Isobel, is available on S&S's galley grab. Since you are a swanky agent type you can get an early sneak peek.
Would love to read this, it sounds great.
I LOVED this book and horror is normally my thing.
Ooh, I adore this book! The writing is beautiful, and as a YA Horror writer myself (coincidentally with a story about a vengeful ghost), it's such an inspiration to read. One of my favorite paragraphs:"She cocks her head and hair falls softly down her shoulder. I can't think of them as the same person. The goddess and the girl. I can picture her peering out of her own eyes like they're nothing but windows, quiet and afraid in her white dress." *sighs*
(And the cover is pure awesome too!)
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