Carmilla - The Wolves of Styria - David Brian Reviews
Description:ISBN 1481952218 / Paperback: 242 pages / Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform / Published: 28 Jan 2013
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by - written on 08/06/13, updated on 08/06/13 (Very useful, 13 readings)
'Shy and strange was the look with which she quickly hid her face in my neck and hair, with tumultuous sighs, that seemed almost to sob, and pressed in mine a hand that trembled. Her soft cheek was glowing against mine, and I felt again that strangest of aches in the pit of my stomach, for something of which I knew not.' PLOT Laura Bennett, a young Woman living with her Father in Styria, is bored. Apart from the occasional visit from some of her acquaintances, each day is spent either with her Father, or with their servants. Laura is desperate for some company of her own age, and seems to get her wish, when a strange young Woman, named Carmilla ... Read the complete review
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