Publish date: March 1st 2007
Publisher: Subterranean Press
Pages no: 234
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Southern Gothic
A gun carrying werewolf hunter who happens to be a nun (and has her own secret!)?! Sign me up!In reality this was disappointing. I think the format didn't work. This is told in 3 parts. The 1st part is told in 1st person, but with several viewpoints. Each chapter is a different viewpoint- but no cha...
This tied in strangely to my other Halloween reads this year: it included both the regularly shifting POVs of The House and the heavy historical horror setting The Witching Hour did so well. (As a matter of fact, if I had to pick a runner up for the Anne Rice 'obsessed with historical time and place...
A lot different from the Clockwork Century novels this book is really a set of three short stories, with a growing link.It can be a bit gruesome at times, but what do you expect when you're dealing with ... no; I won't spoil it.However the formatting of the Kindle version is terrible at the end, wit...
How not to write multiple first-person narrative:Introduce 5 or 6 first person speakers, none of whom sound at all convincing as who they're supposed to be (a Southern slave woman, an English aristocrat, a river boat captain, a gambler, an Irish nun, etc) or distinctly different from one another.The...
What can I say about a book which made me want to throw it across the room for the first third? Ms. Priest indulges in one of my least-favorite literary tricks, the "...and then I died" first person narrative, not from the point of view of one person, but from the point of view of three characters!...