What the Dead Fear is a lovely novella about acceptance and compassion. My reasons for choosing a story varies. In the case of What the Dead Fear it was the title that drew me. I found I had to know what the dead do fear. Well, they fear Gareth. But more than Gareth they fear … Continue reading Ryan, Lea: What the Dead Fear (2011)
In “Wild Hunt” we return to Boston’s very own hound, Genvieve (Evie) Scelan, whose part-time job is to hunt for lost objects/people by using her sense of smell. Her “nose” has roots back to Ireland’s Fionn mac Cumhaill and his niece, Sceolan. Ronald‘s writing kept on dragging me into this novel that takes place in … Continue reading Ronald, M. (2010). Wild Hunt. New York: Eos.
Ron Ripley understands the importance of atmosphere in his story about Shane Ryan. Like most supernatural creatures, ghosts have been used for centuries by story tellers. Berkley Street is full of them. Berkley Street is the first story in the 9-book Berkley Street series. Each novel brings its problem (haunted site) to completion while continuing … Continue reading Ripley, Ron: Berkley Street (2016)
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Rincewind is one of the funnest and funniest characters of the Discworld. In spite of the Rincewind is a self-acknowledged coward whose running abilities fit with his cowardice. He was not the brightest student at the Unseen University. In fact the other wizards claimed that Rincewind is “the magical equivalent to the number zero”. He does … Continue reading Pratchett, Terry: Rincewind