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Night Music: Nocturnes Volume 2 Paperback – October 6, 2015
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"Connolly's range is impressive, from a two-page ghost story, "A Dream of Winter," to an old-fashioned bogeyman tale, "Razorshins," set in Maine during Prohibition." (Publishers Weekly (starred review))
“It’s difficult to do anything new with the classic ghost story, but Connolly displays a sure hand . . . . Night Music is a good opportunity to watch him take full rein of his supernatural enthusiasms, especially as the days shorten, temperatures dip and a creepy tale read in the dark is most welcome.” (The Portland Press Herald)
“A must-read.” (Booklist)
“Both insightful and entertaining.” (Tzer Island)
About the Author
John Connolly is the author of the Charlie Parker series of mystery novels, the supernatural collection Nocturnes, the Samuel Johnson Trilogy for younger readers, and (with Jennifer Ridyard) the Chronicles of the Invaders series. He lives in Dublin, Ireland. For more information, see his website at JohnConnollyBooks.com, or follow him on Twitter @JConnollyBooks.
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I suppose I'll still say it's worth a read... But if you haven't read the first, please go and buy it.
From his famous 'Charlie Parker' detective series, to his Samuel Johnson YA books, stand-alone novels and short-story collections, he is unmatched for combining crystalline narrative with the melodic poetry of an Irish shanachie.
'Night Music', like the first 'Nocturnes' volume of stories runs the gamut from the whimsical to the suspenseful to the purely terrifying.
What they each have in common is the writer's commitment to his reader's satisfaction in having heard a tale well-told.
If you have already visited Mr. Connolly's other worlds, then you need no further urging. If you are new to Mr. Connolly's work, I envy you that first experience.