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The most beautiful collection of short fantasy stories by storyteller Joanne M. Harris, complete with illustrations by the wonderful Charles Vess. These tales consist of dreams and nightmares, painting the perfect world of original adult fairytales!
“Once again love drives me on, that loosener of limbs, bittersweet creature against which nothing can be done.”
A celebration of female artists from Virgina Woulf to Josephine Baker and their muse, the mysterious poet Sappho. Schwartz beautifully illustrates these trailblazers' lives as they forge identities and make their mark on the world.
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In my pursuit to consume every Shirley Jackson work in existence, The Lottery & Other Stories continued my love for psychological horror and Jacksons ability to turn the mundane into the unsettling. From “What just happened” to “Holy crap”, these short stories are a whole new genre in themselves.
As a lover of Gothic fiction, Jane Eyre was the perfect introduction to my newfound obsession with the Bronte sisters. It is a beautiful story of an orphan girl and her journey to adulthood, and her ability for everlasting love despite the circumstances - mixed with elements of mystery and suspense.
Gaslight(-ing the entire kingdom). Girlboss(-ing her way to the top). Gatekeep(-ing her entire backstory so you have to keep reading the series).
A false identity friends-to-lovers trope that's cheesy in all the best ways!
An absolutely insane Gothic fiction story by Emily Bronte. I truly did not know what to expect going into the book, but I was pleasantly surprised to be completely and utterly in shock by the time I finished.