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Superb book, kept me gripped for the entire story and encouraged me to read The Road through the Wall, also by Shirley Jackson which was just as good.Published 24 days ago by D. Shepherd
This I found a most enjoyable read.
The narrator is eighteen, female and mad; her sister never leaves the family property; their uncle is wheel-chair bound, incontinent and... Read more
Different, quirky,pleasantly readable and, thankfully, not too long.Published 3 months ago by C.Laidlaw
Wonderfully strange and disturbing, well written and unique. Very hard to put down even though the book was written in the 60's. The only question is.... Read morePublished 4 months ago by eevee84
THIS BOOK STARTS IN AN INTRIGUING WAY BUT THEN GOES NO where. ONE waits for the story to unfold but is disappointedPublished 4 months ago by Dr J Woods
Shirley Jackson at her best. The horror of the story didn't hit me until a day after finishing the book. Very subtle, but very dark.Published 6 months ago by Bet Cats
At first I thought our main protagonist, 'Merricat' was disturbed. Traumatised perhaps. Gradually, I came to realise, she was not just disturbed but quite mad. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mel Powell