So I had put together my spooky TBR list for October, and debated hard about including Foul is Fair by Hannah Capin or not. I decided not to, just because I had so many books I’ve not read at all yet that I wanted to get to.
And yet… today I pulled this book up to read for a few minutes while I had a quick lunch, and who knows how long later my S.O. came out to ask what I was doing. I got so sucked in!
There’s never going to be a day when I don’t love this Macbeth-y witchy vengeance story. The writing is so poetic and lyrical that reading every line is sheer pleasure just for the way the words dance and the images they bring. What emotion packed into this!
So, okay, yes… I’m probably pushing another book off the list so I can indulge my dual loves of Hannah Capin and William Shakespeare. 🥰
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I still need to read this but I did also take a quick peek at my copy one work lunch and if I didn’t have a meeting right after I probably would’ve lost track of time 😂 I still have to finish it though, but want to dedicate proper time to enjoying it. Great to hear you enjoy it so much!
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Haha it’s totally a book that sucks you in right away and doesn’t let go! It reads really quick so you could probably finish it in a few hours I would guess? I hope you love it too, I’ll keep an eye out for any updates from you on it 🙂