There are few places in the world more fitting as a setting for a ghost story than Edinburgh (yes, I’m biased, what of it?), and in City of Ghosts it’s clear to see that Ms Schwab not only agrees, but revels in the darker side of the city’s history. This book is a love letter to that history, and it’s appropriately chilling in itself. Let’s take a look at my first selection for Spooktastic Reads!
As I prepare to majorly geek out over the next couple of months, let’s take a look back at what September brought with it! Recap time.
I have been conspiring of late with my Wyrd & Wonder co-hosts, and we have an awesome thing in the works. Intrigued? Then read on.
In the second half of Alanna: The First Adventure, things are still not what I expected. But this is everything my heart needed. Spoilers follow for chapter 5 through to the end.
In the first part of Alanna: The First Adventure. nothing is what I expected it to be. IT IS ALL SO MUCH BETTER. I was not ready. I am, however, hopelessly hooked. Spoilers follow for chapters 1-4.
New blog, new month … new weekly reading! First up as I return to this feature is Tamora Pierce’s Song of the Lioness Quartet, beginning with Alanna: The First Adventure! Check out the schedule for Book 1 below.