Thursday, September 10, 2020

Gothic Stories Master Post 2020 #SomethingWickedFall

This is the master post for Gothic books or short stories read during Something Wicked Fall. I will be updating this post with my thoughts on stories I've read during the event.

Please share what you've read/your thoughts on what you've read in the comments. 

If you continue reading Gothic stories into October, please feel free to share in the comments. I'll keep the tab in the blog menu.


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  1. I just finished reading Lovecraft Country by Matt Ruff. I liked it a lot, it had great characters that you can easily care about and it conveyed the 1950s racism problem really good putting it at the level of supernatural/demonic horror (as in the terrorising of people, not merely genre). While doing this, it served as an allusion for the racism problems of our own time as well. Some of the action got a bit exaggerated and improbable, I felt, but that may had been because it was trying to stay with the pulp theme. Overall though, I liked it.

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