Ghost Summer: Stories
Publish date: 2015-09-15
Publisher: Prime Books
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
by Tananarive Due Ghost Summer is a collection of imaginative Horror stories. The introduction tells us that the author is a black woman activist, which in my opinion makes it a little more interesting. The stories are told in a casual, conversational tone, like someone telling a story round a c...
A special thank you to Prime Books and NetGalley for a copy of this ARC in exchange for an honest review.Out of the fifteen stories in this collection, I enjoyed five of them; Ghost Summer, Free Jim’s Mine, The Knowing, Patient Zero and Herd Immunity. Those are the stories that I wish were novels; I...
I don't normally comment on prose in my reviews; I generally feel like good writing fades into the background, so I want to take this first moment to state that Tananarive Due's writing is absolutely beautiful. While I didn't fall madly in love with any of these stories (I came close with Ghost S...
words escape me right now... Tananarive Due is an author to watch! i have a couple more of things to say though: what an awesome awesome first collection of short stories and i promise that a full review will follow soon!
GRACETOWN The Lake - 3.5 Summer - 3.5 Ghost Summer - 5 THE KNOWING Free Jim’s Mine - 4 The Knowing - 4 Like Daughter - 4 Aftermoon - 4 Trial Day - 4 CARRIERS Patient Zero - 4 Danger Word (with Steven Barnes) - 4 Removal Order - 4 Herd Immunity - 4 Carriers – 3.5 VANISHINGS Señora Suert...