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Florence and GilesIs a malevolent spirit who means to do Giles harm Against this powerful enemy Florence must use all her intelligence and ingenuity to protect her little brother and preserve her private world This Gothic page turner in the tradition of The Woman in Black and The Fall of the House of Usher is told in a startlingly different and wonderfully captivating narrative voic. Why won't I review this This is one of the best Gothic books I have ever read 2014 This book made me feel all sorts of things I mean I don't get it I'd gladly review desultory and horrendously written books like The Other Boleyn Girl though that review was so much fun to write but not this book which I genuinely loved and is arguably one of my favorite novels Look at its cover The ending and the very last words will have you ashiver And already have its seuel ready to go just waiting for a dark and starry night to read it
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Her own invention By night she sleepwalks the corridors and is troubled by a recurrent dream in which a mysterious woman appears to threaten her younger brother GilesAfter the sudden violent death of the children's first governess a second teacher Miss Taylor arrives and immediately strange phenomena begin to occur Florence becomes convinced that the new governess. Thoroughly enjoyed every moment of this clever chilling gothic novel narrated by the uniuely voiced 12 year old Florence Many links to The Turn of the Screw Poe Wilkie Collins and other classics of the genre but Harding still manages to create something 'all its own'This is enchanting and humorous with wonderfully drawn characters But ultimately it is a very disturbing novel with a ghastly 'turn of the screw'
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Free download Florence and Giles 105 ï A gripping sinister Gothic tale inspired by and in the tradition of Henry James's The Turn of the ScrewIn 1891 in a remote and crumbling New England mansion 12 year old orphan Florence and her younger brother are neglected by her guardian uncle Banned from reading Florence devours books in secret and talks to hersA gripping sinister Gothic tale inspired by and in the tradition of Henry James's The Turn of the ScrewIn 1891 in a remote and crumbling New England mansion 12 year old orphan Florence and her younger brother are neglected by her guardian uncle Banned from reading Florence devours books in secret and talks to herself and narrates her story in a uniue language of. A great gothic novelI gave it 4 stars because the beginning was a bit tedious but after a while it gets dark and sinister and so gripping you simply cannot put it downBeing a gothic lover Poe Stoker Shelley Walpole I soon realized this one was right down my alley