Reading time: 1 Day
I have been searching for this out-of-print book for 30+ years, and finally found it through Amazon.com.
It was a childhood favorite of mine from the local libraries. The Librarians would chuckle when they’d see the sign-out card and my name was there nine times out of ten, literally.
This collection of 24 short ghost stories rooted in America’s past has forged my imagination, my dreams… my nightmares.
Very well written, giving attention to both location and legend, these stories leave you wondering if there’s more to them. Certainly, for me, these stories only opened the … read the rest. . .
Reading time: 2 days
What I loved best: All of it. Seriously.
This isn’t really a book review, because I can’t give much away for those who have yet to read it. Even in my other Narnian reviews, I gave a few things away.
I put off reading this, because it’s the last book in the series. And I knew it meant the end. In fact, the very first sentence starts, “In the last days of Narnia…”
It was very bittersweet to me. I just did not want my reading journey to end. Yes, they’re written as children’s books, but … read the rest. . .
While I was
playing with my new toy utilizing my new business tool [READ: AWESOME NEW CAMERA!!!], I was watching Lizzie Cat
Who was watching the Scrub Jays and Sparrows and Finches
Who were eating from their feeders
And who could (but didn’t) camouflage themselves in my Heavenly Bamboo.
And we were all being watched by Beautiful Berry.
I knew I had a beautiful front yard, but I didn’t know how beautiful until Kodak showed me.
Things will never be the same!
And Frankly, My Dear… that’s all she wrote!