Publish date: 2014-10-21
Pages no: 226
Edition language: English
by Christopher Rice I have to admit that I requested this book for review because the author is Anne Rice's son and I was curious. I've read and enjoyed several Anne Rice books and wondered if writing skill is hereditary. It's impossible for those of us familiar with her work to read his without m...
The first 25% of this story was excellent. The last 75% ...not so much. Bummer.
I'd actually chosen this book as a Halloween read, but I didn't manage to read it till late December. However I was really looking forward to it. After Caitlin witnesses her husband's cheating on her at her Birthday party she decides to kill herself in the gazebo. But instead of dying her blood br...
Thanks Net Galley and Amazon Publishing for providing me with this title. Here's my honest review. This was my first book by Christopher Rice and it certainly was creepy. It definitely makes a good Halloween book. Probably the reason it's coming out in October. While I normally don't go for this gen...
This is a quick, spooky read that mixes southern gothic with things that go bump in the night. The setting is Spring House, an antebellum mansion outside New Orleans with a pre-Civil War history laced with violence & blood. It burned to the ground in 1850 but was restored in the present after being ...