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May 25, 2010


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I really enjoy good horror, both in books and in movies, and people have been recommending the movie version of this to me since it first came out. I didn't even know it was based on a book until I saw Annabel's review! I'm now interested in them both, but I'm not sure if I'll get around to the book before seeing the movie.

Great review, and thank you for the link. I still haven't got round to seeing the film - need an evening to myself for that - OH doesn't do Swedish subtitles.

I see you have Never the Bride on your reading soon pile - I adored this book, Brenda & Effie are two of the most unlikely heroines you'll ever find, and I chuckled throughout. Looking forward to reading the next ones in the series (one day).

Teresa - I ahve to say I wa sglad i'd watche dthe film first. I had to keep explaining what was happening to Rob. He hadn't read the book. I liked the film but I don't think it stands alone as well as it might.

Annabel - Thank you again for the tip! I am really looking forward to Brenda and Effie. I love the premiss and the idea of taking it all back to Whitby. I follow Paul Magrs on twitter and mentioned yesterday that he's signed a TV deal for Brenda. So i had better get reading!

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