Halloween Week 2.0!

Welcome to Soliloquy in Blue’s second annual Halloween Week! Beginning today, October 25, and continuing through Sunday, the 31st, I’ll be posting daily reviews of novels and manga with a supernatural bent. Some may be cute and fluffy, some may be genuinely creepy, but all will fit the general theme.

Last year I asked for recommendations for future Halloween reading, and I’m happy to say I’ll be fulfilling two of them! My review of the gothic classic The Mysteries of Udolpho has already been posted to the site, and my take on the two-volume horror manga, Gyo, will be up tomorrow. Once again, if you’ve got any spooky suggestions for me, I’d love to hear them! After rereading last year’s comments, and reading Jason Thompson’s excellent piece on ANN, I’m thinking The Drifting Classroom has already secured a spot for next year.

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  1. Not really spooky per se, but I’ve always adored ‘The Witch Family’ but Eleanor Estes. There’s even a Halloween scene.

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