Kaitlin @ Leviosa not Leviosa read The Haunting by Alex Bell.
Gilda Felt read Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King and Owen King.
Diane @ Bibliphile by the Sea read Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage.
Carmen from Carmen’s Books and Movies Reviews read Bellwether by Susanna Kearsley.
Nancy Elin read several things and discussed here.
Corinne watched Season 1 of Mindhunter on Netflix!
CurlyGeek @ The Book Stop reviewed The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton.
Don’t forget to submit your reviews at the link above or here.
Reviews this week:
Nancy Elin read Dark Entries by Robert Aickman
Jean at Howling Frog Books read and reviewed The Romance of the Forest, by Ann Radcliffe.
Corinne also shared some Perils on the Screen; she watched The Nun and reviewed it here.
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“I can’t help it when people are frightened,” says Merricat. “I always want to frighten them more.” ― Shirley Jackson,
Sweaters and wool socks and chilly noses.
There is something in the air and my soul is yearning with excitement. Why I find comfort in fall is no surprise, but I can’t explain why I find spooky books, movies, and music a comfort as well. I do though. Oh, how I do.
Welcome to the THIRTEENTH year of Readers Imbibing Peril, or RIP, as it is affectionately called. For the last 13 years, we here at RIP headquarters have embraced the spookiness of the seasons’ change.
The purpose of the R.I.P. Challenge is to enjoy books that could be classified as:
The goals are simple.
1. Have fun reading.
2. Share that fun with others.
As we do each and every year, there are multiple levels of participation (Perils) that allow you to be a part of R.I.P. XII without adding the burden of another commitment to your already busy lives. There is even a one book only option for those who feel that this sort of reading is not their cup of tea (or who have many other commitments) but want to participate all the same.
Multiple perils await you. You can participate in just one, or participate in them all.
Peril the First:
Peril the Second:
Peril the Third:
Peril of the Short Story:
Peril on the Screen:
Peril of the Review:
So sign up below and join us, won’t you? It’s going to be a screaming good time. Starts September 1st.