Sunday, October 23, 2011

Bookie Brunch Trick or Treat Blog Hop: Ghost Books



Welcome to Bookie Brunch: Trick or Treat 

Bookie Brunch is a weekly book chat for book lovers. A new Bookie Brunch posts every Sunday, and you're welcome to join any ongoing discussion whenever you like.

In the meantime, let's have some treats for Halloween. Just click on the badges at the end of the post, for a new treat!

Here's a treat from me at Beyond Strange New Words:

Want to be scared? Meet a ghost or two in:

My Top Five Ghost Books
(in random order, click the images to view summaries and/or my reviews)

Beloved

Beloved by Toni Morrison: Slavery and a baby ghost haunting the mother – true horror.

The Castle of Otranto

The Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole: A castle haunted by a giant knight ghost-in-armour…uh-oh!

Blue Dahlia (In The Garden trilogy #1)     Black Rose (In the Garden trilogy, #2)    Red Lily (In the Garden trilogy #3)

In the Garden (Blue Dalia, Black Rose, Red Lily) trilogy by Nora Roberts: Nothing compares to a wrath of a ghost of an ill-treated mistress who can possess people at will.

The Winter Ghosts

The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse: The Pyrenean Mountains, the spirits of the wronged people seeking a way to reveal their tragedy – a sad and beautiful story.

Wake Unto Me

Wake Unto Me by Lisa Cach: A ghost who isn’t a ghost and not-a-ghost who might be a ghost, and then there is a real ghost. Confusing? Go read the book, it all makes sense.

Actually, go read all these books. They are amazing. What about you? Do you have a favourite ghost book? Feel free to let me know about it in the comments.



Bookie Brunch
*Every Sunday* Founder: Sasha Soren (Random Magic)
 See all discussions HERE.

My favorite Halloween candy/or treat is
?
because we don't have a tradition of celebrating Halloween where I live, but I imagine these would taste yummy:

  
  

What's yours? Tell us!

 Feel free to leave a comment if you like, to share your fave Halloween treat or some other cool link for Halloween. Thanks for dropping by, and...

Happy Halloween!

5 comments:

  1. What a fun post! Obviously, I need to read more - I've only read the 1st one on the list!! Hmmm... will need to remedy that.

    like your yummy photos -- reminded me of the pumpkin pancakes I made for breakfast this morning. :)

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  2. Great post! I love ghost stories and pumpkin pie is one of the most marvelous substances on earth. :)

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  3. The books ALL sound really good!
    And I think I got a little drool on my keyboard from staring at that pic of the candied apples for too long!!!! They have a touristy place near where I am that makes them like the ones in the pic and more, all different toppings and such, haven't been in forever, so need to go now!

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  4. Wow- look at those apples....my mouth is drooling...:D

    I love this season...

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  5. I read the Winter Ghosts...it was very good. I hate horror story's but I do enjoy a good ghost story if its not to frightening..:D

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