Amy Snow | Fefferbooks
When Amy Snow came to me, I really wasn't sure what to think. It's clearly historical fiction, but though the cover art reads romance, it's billed as a mystery. More a gothic novel than anything else, it reads at times a little like Jane Eyre, but after not too long it takes on its own life. Amy is an orphan, found in the snow ...
Every time I’m asked about what my favorite books are, The Woman in White comes to mind immediately. I’m not quite sure how I came across Wilkie Collins in the first place; honestly, I think I might have just seen this book on the shelf and liked the cover, but once I discovered it was being compared to The Turn of ...
The Perfect Ghost is a perfect example of when I should just give up on reading a book. Call it quits. Kaput. Finis. For me, this was awkwardly written, poorly characterized, and forgettable. Barnes’ book seemed so convoluted that I’m not sure the author herself saw the ending coming. Em, the main character, is billed as agoraphobic, but is only written ...