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Published by Tor.com on January 10, 2017
Genres: Urban Fantasy
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When her sister Patty died, Jenna blamed herself. When Jenna died, she blamed herself for that, too. Unfortunately Jenna died too soon. Living or dead, every soul is promised a certain amount of time, and when Jenna passed she found a heavy debt of time in her record. Unwilling to simply steal that time from the living, Jenna earns every day she leeches with volunteer work at a suicide prevention hotline.
But something has come for the ghosts of New York, something beyond reason, beyond death, beyond hope; something that can bind ghosts to mirrors and make them do its bidding. Only Jenna stands in its way.
Growing up, I always loved a good ghost story. I come from a culture where pretty much everyone accepts that ghosts are real, and lots of people buy into stuff like astrology, old-wives-tale superstitions, crystal energies, and more. Which might explain at least some of my love for the paranormal and urban fantasy genres, and which means I was very excited within a chapter or two of Seanan McGuire’s Dusk or Dark or Dawn or Day, a standalone urban fantasy mystery that’s both beautiful and creepy at the same time. Read More »