Book Review: “She Who Comes Forth” by Audrey Driscoll by Berthold Gambrel on November 25, 2018December 20, 2021 Like this post? Then please share it!TweetMorePrintShare on TumblrEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Berthold, you’ve outdone yourself here — those last few seconds of this video gave me a great jolt! And many thanks for the good words about SWCF too!
My pleasure, Audrey. Honestly, I have a lot more things to say about the book (all good) but I really didn’t want to spoil it for anybody. So, I’ll just say for now that I loved how you balanced the real, day-to-day life elements with the supernatural/horror ones. The world felt very authentic, and the characters very real, which made it all the more powerful once the weird stuff started creeping in.
That’s good to hear. At times I worried that the weird stuff was incompatible with the realistic setting and would alienate readers. Many thanks for your review!
Actually, the end of your video is sort of like a scene in the book, near the end. Where did you find that Pharaoh dude? And thanks for the favourable comparison to S. King (even qualified).
Thanks. The Pharaoh I found through the magic of iMovie, a friend who is good at crafting, and a lot of editing. 😉
Worked for me! 😀
I’m half way through She Who Comes Forth. it’s great. I think I’m in love with Eudora the cello.:-)
It is great! And yes, I enjoyed the cello; even though I know nothing about music myself. 🙂