Ami Blackwelder's Reviews > The Fiend of White Buck Hall

The Fiend of White Buck Hall by Penelope Marzec
Rate this book
Clear rating

's review
Jun 30, 2010

it was amazing

Set in New Jersey in the late 1800's, the novel The Fiend of White Buck Hall written by Penelope Marzec is a breath of fresh air. The tinniest details included in this piece make it delicious. As some authors write with abrasive prose and ingenue conversation, Penelope Marzec has a knack for dialogue that feels honest and language that flows like water in a stream.

It was a pleasure reading her novel and I found myself enjoying the characters, and the miniscule descriptions as well as the story.

She spaces her words out well, with short, choppy thoughts mixed along with long, fluid sentences. This makes her language feel all the more sincere and flow more like poetry with ease rather than heavy with bulky chunks of sentences that some writers tend to use.

If you are looking for a something to read that will engage history, romance as well as provide an intellectual satisfaction, this piece of writing may be what you need.

Reviewed by Ami Blackwelder
April. 29, 2010
1 like · flag

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read The Fiend of White Buck Hall.
Sign In »

No comments have been added yet.