Comments: 15
Rane Aria 2 years ago
“They’re afraid,”
It in those moments you wonder if the heroine wanted to noped outta there
Moonlight Madness 2 years ago
Damn straight. That bit is chilling.
BrokenTune 2 years ago
There are so many moments when I thought the heroine wanted to "noped outta there".
Hah. Both the thing I loved most about this book (sombre, spooky atmosphere excellently done) and the thing I most hated (the whole Jem angle) in one single post! And yes, I, too, would have been out of there in no time. But if I had, there wouldn't have been a novel! ;)
BrokenTune 2 years ago
Jem......oh, dear. Yet, another reason to turn on the spot and leave. But, yes, it would have made for a short book.
Hah. Indeed!
Linda Hilton 2 years ago
I can't wait for bedtime and my chance to read!
Moonlight Madness 2 years ago
How far are you? While this book has flaws, I am really enjoying it - rough edges and all!
Linda Hilton 2 years ago
I'm still in the backstory about her mother's death, and getting very impatient to get back on that cold, rainy, rutted road to Jamaica Inn. I should have more time tonight than I had last night.
Portable Monsters 2 years ago
Wow. I've never read any DeMaurier, but it looks good.
Murder by Death 2 years ago
I'm wearing my sulky face right now and thinking dire thoughts about the postal services. :-|
BrokenTune 2 years ago
It hasn't arrived, yet? :(
Murder by Death 2 years ago
No. It's in some netherworld of the postal universe along with my Halloween Bingo read. :(
Oh man. That sucks. :(
BrokenTune 2 years ago
When the postie eventually turns up, set the glaring onto him/her.