Category Archives: Sarah Moss

Ghost Wall – Sarah Moss

‘Who are the ghosts again, us or our dead? Maybe they imagined us first, maybe we were conjured out of the deep past by other minds.’ With Ghost Wall, Sarah Moss has produced a tiny masterpiece, a novel which – … Continue reading

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Scary stories for Hallowe’en

There are many scary stories out there, from Stephen King and Shirley Jackson to the wonderful Pan Books of Horror Stories. Hopefully, the following selection includes some lesser known and unexpected choices… Firstly, in her centenary year, some Muriel Spark. … Continue reading

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This month’s book haul…plus

Firstly this month is a book which I have almost finished and which might well be my favourite book of the year so far: Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss. I’d not read anything by Moss before but have become increasingly … Continue reading

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