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D in Balti after a long transatlantic crossing That very night she meets an “unattractive man with a high forehead and sunken eyes and a tiny pinched mouth like a parrot’s beak” who. I love Alma Katsu s mastery of gothic language This very short 19 page novella is simply a prime example of it It is so dark and gothic it actually reminded me of some of the classics of Henry James the Bronte sisters ect that I devour I loved this and it simply whet my desire for the new book The Reckoningcoming out in June Fabriuer sa lessive son dentifrice son shampoing ses produits d'entretien gothic language This very short 19 page novella is simply a prime example of it It is so dark and The Burning The Haunting of Grey Hills gothic it actually reminded me of some of the classics of Henry James the Bronte sisters ect that I devour I loved this and it simply whet my desire for the new book The Reckoningcoming out in June

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The Devils Scribe The Taker #15

Claims to write stories so dark and unsettling that he could be the Devil’s Scribe His name Edgar Allan Poe Has Lanny finally met her match in this macabre manor is it the other way arou. A nice little story but extremely short 65% of the ebook is a preview of The Taker the first book in the trilogy I spent 299 on it and feel like I was cheated If you haven t read the first book I doubt the short story would be entertaining to you at all

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After decades of running from her past Lanore McIlvrae returns to America for the first time in 20 years to confront the source of her fear The year is 1846 and Lanore Lanny has just lande. A clever lead into a trilogy


10 thoughts on “The Devils Scribe The Taker #15

  1. says:

    A clever lead into a trilogy

  2. says:

    A wonderfully written short story that happens in the midst of the novel that would be the Taker It is the tale of Lanore herione and villian

  3. says:

    In The Devil's Scribe Lanore McIlvrae from The Taker meets with the one and only Edgar Allan Poe by chance in an expensive Balti hotel in 1846 after having been gone from America for the last 20 years Poe describes himself as an orphan and a

  4. says:

    I love Alma Katsu's mastery of gothic language This very short 19 page novella is simply a prime example of it It is so dark and gothic it actually reminded me of some of the classics of Henry James the Bronte sisters ect that I devour I loved this and it simply whet my desire for the new book The Reckoningcoming out in June

  5. says:

    A dark gothic and moody story I wanted

  6. says:

    Wow I never thought I would say this about an Alma Katsu book but I was disappointed Firstly this is the shortest novella I have ever read around 25 pages NOT 50 as mentioned in the book description And to be honest it added nothing to the overall storylineThe story gives a minuscule glimpse of Lanore revisiting the house

  7. says:

    The Devil's Scribe is just a fun uick short peek at the main female character from The Taker about 20 years after that book ended and probably just before the seuel The Reckoning picks up SorryI'm terrible with character namesI can'

  8. says:

    A nice little story but extremely short 65% of the ebook is a preview of The Taker the first book in the trilogy I spent 299 on it and feel like I was cheated If you haven't read the first book I doubt the short story would be entertaining to you at all

  9. says:

    Excellent short story Katsu's writing style is so fun to readdark and twisted but fun I really enjoy her stories and I'm so looking forward to June Keep writing I'll keep reading

  10. says:

    I'm cackling oh my god so did everyone who read The Taker ask Alma Katsu so did you just really like The Cask of Amontillado? to the point where she just went Fine You know what My main character met Poe and inspired him? I'm not mocking though