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The Lalaurie Horror Paperback – September 17, 2013
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This is superb poetry and Terza Rima is the perfect form for her thrilling ghost story and equally effective for the chilling messages, truth or polemic depending on your own views, that lurk in the lines.
I began reading it late on Halloween night, so perhaps I am unduly influenced but I recommend the book to anyone who appreciates fine verse, story telling and the consideration of redemption from darkness.
The book carries the flavor of Poe at modern speed and syntax.
I am highly disappointed as there is no educational material in the story as that was what I thought I was buying. I jump at the chance to read anything about the LaLauries when I get the chance because there is not that much in print, let alone much reputable. The poetry is nothing more than high school A-B-A stanzas that often times feels like they too are going out on a limb and are reaching.
I usually donate my books to libraries when I am finished with them, but this one was burnt in my fire pit because I do not want others who may be trying to research the house get confused with this work of fiction. The actual story of what happened has been elaborated on enough with each telling; we do not need to add to the madness.