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Opium and Absinthe New York City, Tillie Pembroke S Sister Lies Dead, Her Body Drained Of Blood And With Two Puncture Wounds On Her Neck Bram Stoker S New Novel, Dracula, Has Just Been Published, And Tillie S Imagination Leaps To The Impossible The Murderer Is A Vampire But It Can T Be Can It A Ravenous Reader And Researcher, Tillie Has Something Of An Addiction To Truth, And She Won T Rest Until She Unravels The Mystery Of Her Sister S Death Unfortunately, Tillie S Addicted To Than Just Truth To Ease The Pain From A Recent Injury, She S Taking And Laudanum And Some In Her Immediate Circle Are Happy To Keep Her Well SuppliedTillie Can T Bring Herself To Believe Vampires Exist But With The Hysteria Surrounding Her Sister S Death, The Continued Vampiric Slayings, And The Opium Swirling Through Her Body, It S Becoming Increasingly Difficult For A Girl Who Relies On Facts And Figures To Know What S Real Or Whether She Can Trust Those Closest To Her



10 thoughts on “Opium and Absinthe

  1. says:

    Vampires aren t the only monsters How good and thoughtful he is the world seems full of good men even if there are monsters in it Mina HarkerA couple of weeks agohad this book in their first looks section and I was drawn right away to the cover and title In the blurb it mentioned vampire murders and if you follow


  2. says:

    Her grandmother sighed You ll learn how to survive this, Mathilda No woman lives a life unscathed It s what makes us strong We are broken and mended, remade every time We must, or it destroys us pg.30.When her sister is found murdered, Tillie must find the strength to overcome her addictions and find who is responsibl


  3. says:

    What a fantastic read I absolutely loved this Victorian Murder Mystery with a paranormal touch and a sprinkle of romance The New York City in 1899 was painted so vividly and accurately, I felt immediately immersed in the culture and the environment I was amazed with the detailed and fascinating medical parts, too The main


  4. says:

    2.5 stars This is the third novel by Kang that I have read and it is my least favorite It has the bones to be a good read The author is a medical doctor and is versed in the medical, health, and anatomy aspects of the story and has also done some acceptable research about late 19th century New York City and the Gilded Age She h


  5. says:

    2 3 20I historical fiction with death and possible vampires Starts to feel alive again You can find me onYoutube Instagram Twitter Tumblr Website 2 3 20I historical fiction with death and possible vampires Starts to feel alive again You can find me onYoutube Instagram Twitter Tumblr Website


  6. says:

    2.5 starsMy main issue with this book was that it read like a ya novel. and halfway through the main character started to annoy me way too much. It was an okay read, though Not bad just meh.


  7. says:

    Surprisingly New and Wonderful Take on Vampire Stories This novel is hard to box into a category, but I think that is a good thing When I first saw at a book review site that this book would involve vampirism, I initially shied away But I am so glad that I chose this story because it is quite unlike anything I have ever read and as I read ove


  8. says:

    I wish it didn t end.Such a wonderful mix of historical fiction and mystery.I read this book in 2 sittings, and when I wasn t reading the book I was talking about it, or just waiting to be able to get back to it.


  9. says:

    Immature writing withan underlying perversion.Stopping mid Chapter 2.1 DNF Star.Listen with TTS.Not Clean.Crude Mild Foul Language Immature writing withan underlying perversion.Stopping mid Chapter 2.1 DNF Star.Listen with TTS.Not Clean.Crude Mild Foul Language


  10. says:

    Interesting historical fiction murder mystery Very well written Once I started reading, I found myself fully engaged and couldn t put it down I loved the well written characters and the plot was great 4 stars.Thanks to Netgalley the publisher and author for an ARC of this book All opinions are my own.


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