The Woman in Black: A Ghost Story
Publish date: October 18th 2011
Pages no: 164
Edition language: English
I'll let the book itself tell it my main sensation was one of tedium and a certain lethargy, combined with a desire to finish the job As a love letter and homage to Victorian ghosts stories, it fell very short. Hill clearly is familiar with the elements, which is necessary, but then fumbles th...
Well, this one was a little tedious for me. Maybe I wasn't in the mood. I'm not sure how it could read fast and slow at the same time, but it did. I think it could have used a little more to it. Not horrible, but just a little better than ok. 2+ Stars.
I gave this story 4.5 stars. However I had to round it up on Goodreads to 5 stars.So I don't know if I am rating this favorable because the last two books I finished made me want to scream and kick something or not. For the most part I loved the story until we got to the subpar ending which didn't d...
I was very disappointed with this book. It's much shorter than I thought it was going to be, for one. That's my fault for not checking to see how many pages it was. I found the prose to be overly descriptive. I get it, the house is located in a marsh by the sea. I get it that there is fog. I get i...
This is a lovely, slow-paced gothic novel, and I enjoyed it. The atmosphere was elegant and well-done, and I did enjoy the slow build-up. I was intrigued by our main character, and I always love the framing device of someone looking back on their past and writing about it--I'm not sure why, but th...
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