Give thanks to Indigenous People - 6 books on Native Americans to read this Thanksgiving
This book was everything I wanted and more. With the beautifully rendered prose, the gorgeous scenery, the captivating plot, it is one of the better books I've read this year. The tale starts slow then grows into a tempest, bewitching in all aspects.
A riveting read, the story feels like a fairy tale, but reads like a gothic novel. A perfect blend of tale and caution, The Glass Woman is likely to be a new gothic classic.
Books set in the Icelandic landscape
A fairytale-esque fantasy, Beneath the Haunting Sea explores betrayal, bloodlines, and identity.
The book did have the 80's vibe going for it, with that Stranger Things children-run-free-and-save-the-world scenario, with a little The Craft thrown in.
A thrilling book on what it means to play with human genetics and the cost it has on society.
Pine is unsettling.
Were they high when they wrote it? Strange, trippy books