Green Tea

Rating: 2 out of 5.

Was it real? Was it all in his head? Or maybe in his green tea?

A typical Victorian horror story where a clergyman drink green tea and starts seeing things that aren’t really there. I found that nothing actually happened here, so I was left feeling rather disappointed. Le Fanu is not someone I would go look for more books from. Green Tea was plenty.

Green Tea (Little Black Classics #90)J. Sheridan Le Fanu

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    1. Thank you so much! Not everything is entirely new. The Little Black Classics, for example, I read over the course of five years, and now that I have finished them, I want all the review in one place.

      The rest of the reviews are mainly new, but sometimes I also add old ones from the old blog, since I like to see the reviews of one series all in one place. 😀

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