Paraphrasing since I don‘t have the book in front of me. There‘s a beautiful line that‘s says something about how a photograph is a stand in for a time or a person or a whole life. Really beautiful.
This was an excellent new installment of the Mercy Thompson series, a series a coyote shifter who is part of a werewolf pack. This round she is figuring out where one of the local vampires has gone and how is it linked to a series of slasher like murders? Perfect reading for Halloween! 5⭐️
#bookspinbingo - 2 bingos! #Scarathlon2022 #TeamMonsterMash #31in31 #witchathon #spookathon
I know it‘s Halloween but it‘s also the end of the month so it‘s time for a wrap up. I have to admit my reading month was a little lackluster. I think I read spookier books in September. So I‘m still craving something spooky. If you have any spine chilling recommendations drop them in the comments.
Full wrap up: https://wildwoodreads.com/2022/10/31/october-2022-wrap-up/
@LibrarianRyan thank you so much… I loved everything. I am so looking forward to reading the tag book… It has been on my list forever. I especially loved receiving one of your books sleeves.#allhallowsreadswap #AHRS
I‘m not really sure what to think of this one. It isn‘t anything like I thought it would be. There is a fun werewolf plot, but it competes with complicated family issues, strained relationships, and a miserable pregnancy for the top storyline. I mean, it was okay. This was my second attempt at reading it, it just didn‘t hold my attention enough the first time and I made myself finish it this time. The author‘s blunt writing style didn‘t help.
Set in small town Maine, this is a series of vignettes with an interlaced cast of characters. There is one vignette for each month of the year, set on the full moon, as a werewolf attacks. As the months pass and rumor and speculation circulate the town gets more frightened. Also includes amazing illustrations through.