“Always inventive and exciting, Shipp’s take on the gothic fantasy genre is destined to be something readers will find unique and throughly captivating.”
Even after Isabella dies, her parents are still determined to guarantee their daughter’s education. When Mrs. Valdez arrives at their estate to tutor Isabella, her parents failed to inform her of their daughter’s … condition. Working her way through the estate, enduring a nightmarish maze of strange statues, the governess discovers there is no girl to tutor.
But maybe there is …
Why we’re excited about this book:
Author of Cursed, Vacation, Sheep and Wolves, and numerous short-stories published through such venues as ChiZine, Shroud, and Cemetery Dance, Jeremy C. Shipp’s work is known throughout the horror community for consistently delivering the goods. Always inventive and exciting, Shipp’s take on the gothic fantasy genre is destined to be something readers will find unique and thoroughly captivating. The Atrocities by Jeremy C. Shipp releases from Tor.com 17 April 2018, and is available for pre-order right now.
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