For Halloween, what could be better than a spooky book by a "ghost artist"? Our own Jackie Parker has the details at her blog.
For a brief time last summer, Finney was able to forget about his doomed future. See, "for a member of the Bleak family the true measure of success is not what is accomplished in LIFE, but in how preposterously they achieve their DEATH." But when he met Jenny at the carnival, it was instant love, and for the first time, Finney wasn't just waiting to die.
There are a lot of great lines in this, especially at the beginning as Finneyhee tells us of the family curse. Here's one from later on: "True, everyone dies -- some from natural causes, others from falling into a wood chipper while trying to outrun a stampede of wild antelope."
Read the rest here.