Tag Archives: Literary Fiction

The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey: Review

The Snow Child

I bought The Snow Child after seeing the cover on Sarah Higbee’s post, Friday Faceoff and her review of this book. Couldn’t resist it, finished it in one long sleepless night. Worth it. Emotional, magical, absolutely beautiful.   A fairy tale told in a comparatively modern setting, this book left me in tears grabbing the edge of my …

The Mercy of the Tide by Keith Rosson

The Mercy of The Tide

Detailed, emotional, tragic. There you go. I described the book in three words. But they are not enough. Literary fiction is a tricky genre, often trending towards heavy or the melodramatic. However, the concoction of mystery, supernatural and horror brings this book out of its genre. I received an ARC of The Mercy of the …