Moormist: An astrological gothic novel : Taurus



Lovely, Sensual Christie Peters Had Not Wanted To Marry Drewe Radford, But Once She Had Promised Her Father That She Would She Refused To Go Back On Her Word, Refused To Admit, With Taurian Stubbornness, That She Had Sentenced Herself To A Lifetime With A Man She Did Not Love But Christie S Worst Fears About Her Piscean Husband Were Not Realized Until She Arrived At Ellersley Hall And Learned The Truth About The First Mrs Radford S Dark Fatea Fate That Seemed To Be Written In The Blackest Starsand Would Soon Be Christie S OwnMoormist: An astrological gothic novel : Taurus

Brenda CastleakaGeorgina Ferrand and Rachelle Edwards

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • Moormist: An astrological gothic novel : Taurus
  • Georgina Ferrand
  • 13 October 2018
  • 0345250982

10 thoughts on “Moormist: An astrological gothic novel : Taurus

  1. says:

    Pulp gothics are definitely hit or miss, but this is a keeper While I enjoy it for sentimental reasons I m a Taurus gal, after all P , it also has the classic gothic ingredients that I m drawn to first person narrator, 19th century setting, instead it pays homage to old old school obsession, insanity, jealous relatives As a bonus, Ferrand s writing was better than average pulps T Pulp gothics are definitely hit or miss, but this is a keeper While I enjoy it for sentimental reasons I m a Taurus gal, after all P , it also has the classic gothic ingredients that I m drawn to first person narrator, 19th century setting, echoes of Jane Eyre Despite what you d expect from a Zodiac novel, there s no supernatural element here instead it pays homage to old old school obsession, insanity, jealous relatives As a bonus, Ferrand s writing was better than average pulps The plot was comfortably familiar without being too predictable the characters were vivid for their entire 178 pages MOORMIST might not be a five star book compared to, say, Charles Dickensbut who cares There s nothing worse than a gothic that tries too hard cough are you listening, Grange House I d rather have a book that knows what it is thrives within that frame

  2. says:

    I thought this was really good I ve read several of the Ballantine Zodiac Gothics and this is easily the best one so far It was a nice surprise well, not a total surprise, since I had seen Sarah Mac s review first to read this one after a long string of lackluster gothics

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