Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
- August 21, 2020
I’m not sure I’ve read a book with a more appropriate title than Mexican Gothic. It’s a gothic horror story set in a decrepit mansion high in the mountains of Mexico, with a feisty socialite lead, a terrifyingly charming villain, and enough supernatural suspense and mystery to keep me up well past bedtime to finish. It was imaginative, dark, and more than a little creepy, and I even loved the pages that grossed me out.
[Image: me, sitting cross-legged on the flood holding the book Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno Garcia. I’m dressed in the violet, maroon, and forest green colors of the book cover, which was a pandemic-fueled inspiration that I believe shall continue henceforth, lord help my Zappos bill.]
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