Q&A Luccia Gray All Hallows at Eyre Hall @LucciaGray

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all_hallows_at_eyre_hall_cover.jpgAll Hallows at Eyre Hall

Luccia Gray

“All Hallows is believable and well-written, true to the “voice” of Brontë, and well-researched. In fact, at times I thought Charlotte Brontë was writing this; that is how fabulous a writer Luccia Gray is. This is not to say that she is a copy-cat writer. No, the author understands and “gets” the flavor, feel, and construction of Brontë’s work – an honor to a classic author, and thus, that is how sequels should be written. Bravo!

Luccia Gray is a beautifully descriptive writer. I sensed a need to don my wool cape when she wrote: “ . . . the horizon is grey, the air smells of damp weeds, and the wind is cold and furious . . .” I felt the almost imperceptible warmth on my face when “ . . . the sun . . . was suddenly visible, pale and…

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2 thoughts on “Q&A Luccia Gray All Hallows at Eyre Hall @LucciaGray

    lucciagray said:
    October 17, 2014 at 6:17 pm

    Thank you so much for reblogging 🙂 I really appreciate your support.

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    teagan geneviene said:
    October 17, 2014 at 6:22 pm

    Sounds like the perfect setting and style for the title. Hugs!

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