Starred Review, Publishers Weekly (circ: 34,456), November 12, 2007:
"Sedgwick knows his way around a gothic setting, and readers will likely devour this bone-chiller."
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Pretty good book. A little morbid, so not a late-night read, but fast paced, thrilling and funPublished 19 months ago by Raya Tuffaha
I enbjoyed readin g this book it was interesting and it kept me spell bound thoughout the book maybe morePublished on May 2, 2014 by claude franklin
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In the bitter cold of an unrelenting winter Tomas and his son, Peter, arrive in Chust and settle there as woodcutters. Read more
Long ago, vampires weren't romantic or alluring -- they were undead horrors that stalked nightmares rather than personal fantasies. Read morePublished on November 15, 2009 by E. A Solinas
First off, the title is intriguing, isn't it? It grabbed my attention right away. Of all the books on the library shelf, my eye fell to this one because of its original title. Read morePublished on May 26, 2009 by MommaMia
My Swordhand is Singing is a well crafted and quick read that will chill you to the bone. Sedgwick tells the story providing history and background for the characters in his own... Read morePublished on January 1, 2009 by M. Pierson