Reviews and Blog Posts: Gothic

Unspoken

by Sarah Rees Brennan

Reviewer Rating:
5

Nancy Drew meets the Gothic romance in Unspoken. Imagine a girl like Kami who has an imaginary friend living inside her head. Only it turns out he is real. She doesn't let that weirdness stop her from her practical life where she takes care of her little brothers, starts a school...

The shadow of the wind

by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Reviewer Rating:
2

I’m pretty sure that somewhere in the orientation paperwork it was stated that, as a librarian, I am required to love this book. Same goes for booksellers or, really, anybody who loves books. Well, I am bucking that trend. I just didn’t like it.

The mysterious howling

by Maryrose Wood

Reviewer Rating:
5

15 year old Miss Penelope Lumley, orphan and recent graduate of Swanburne Academy for Poor Bright Females, takes on an almost impossible job as governess for three children raised by wolves. But she won't let the tough job stop her: she will civilize them in time for the Christmas Ball. Mystery,...

Rebecca.

by Daphne Du Maurier

Reviewer Rating:
4

I approached this book with dread and then was completely caught off guard at how much I got sucked in -- and ended up loving it. My imagination went wild, and the way it was written was just dramatic enough, just compelling enough, and downright twisty at the end. What...

Peter Hook and the Light Mesmerize at the Gothic

Peter Hook and the Light Tour Poster

Denver area Joy Division fans got a special treat at Saturday night's Peter Hook and the Light show at the Gothic Theatre.

Denver was the last stop on the North American leg of the band's world tour performing two New Order albums in their entirety, Movement and Power, Corruption and Lies.

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