The Lady and the Unicorn The Lady and the Unicorn question

favorite parnormal book and why
johnny baird johnny Nov 09, 2011 10:18AM
id like to read more so i can get them in my library

I wouldn't exactly call The Lady and the Unicorn a paranormal. It's more of a historical fiction. One I'm reading now that leans toward the paranormal is The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson. I'm almost finished with it. I have switched back and forth between loving and hating it but I'm still reading! And I'm a writer so I tend to be more critical than most.

Vinnie Big fan of the Gargoyle
Aug 16, 2012 04:27PM · flag

And the tapestries are breath-taking!

not Paranormal! Historical Fiction. Recommend Witching Hour by Anne Rice, Great Series.

Yes, probably an historical fiction, yet isn't it strange the way the denouement seems to mirror the weaving until the tapestry reflects all the senses explored in the book, and aren't you left with a sense that in the end taste won out over everything?

I loved Anya Seton's books. They were of the paranormal genre (Green Darkness) I think was one book and it has remained a haunting novel for me. I could never get into the Anne Rice books.

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