Barb Taub’s fantastic review of Atonement in Bloom by Teagan Geneviene
As promised in my genre mashup post here, my next genre mashup is a new book by one of my favorite writers. Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene offers her southern gothic urban fantasy paranormal mystery, Atonement in Bloom, Book 2 of her Atonement series.
“Seriously?” I hear you say. “Southern gothic urban fantasy paranormal mystery?”
If you think this particular genre mashup could use a bit more explaining, read on for a repost from a few years back. [NOTE: for those who are already experts—or just want to see how an expert does it!—please jump down to the review of Atonement in Bloom below.]
How can you tell if you are a heroine in a gothic novel?
In 1764, Horace Walpole’s The Castle of Otranto was published and the world of genre fiction was born.
Easy-peasy! Just look for the following elements:
- You talk funny. (“I have not…
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