Ghosts Through the Cracks

Ghosts Through the Cracks

by Sarah Zama

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BN ID: 2940157063184
Publisher: Sarah Zama
Publication date: 03/04/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 344,784
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Born and raised in Verona (Italy), Sarah Zama has always lived surround by books, so it may be a sort of karma that she ended up being a bookseller and an indie author. A fantasy reader since a kid, a Tolkien nerd almost as long, she’s always being fascinated with history and old black-and-white mystery films, which may or may not have had a way in her involvement in the dieselpunk community.
Ghosts Through the Cracks is her first publish novella. She’s currently working at more historical fantasy stories set in the 1920s.

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Ghosts Through the Cracks 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
rokinrev More than 1 year ago
“We can only have if we give first” Sui Xiamen, know as Susie lives and works with Mah Su,Simon. In a speakeasy in Chicago in 1924. However, things aren’t always as they seem as a stranger,Blood, and his brother, Michael arrive on the scene, forcing many battles within Susie, with Simon and an emotional entanglement with Blood that might change all their worlds forever.Set during Prohibition, Susie is amazed that in a time of forbidden things, so much is done to still enjoy life: a fight between good and the temptation evil can spawn Is it evil to want to be free? Are the characters willing to fight for it? I dare you to read this and draw your own conclusion. A highly intelligent very interesting recommendation 5/5
LeTaraWrites More than 1 year ago
I enjoy reading supernatural-themed stories. This one, in particular, had so much potential for me but fell short. Here's why: Underdeveloped and rushed. The premise is interesting and the author's style of writing is pretty smooth, so I had no trouble with it holding my attention. I just had so many questions during and after and I felt they weren't really answered. Like, why were Blood and Michael in the speakeasy in the first place? Was their purpose for being there specifically for Susie? Where did they come from? What exactly was Blood's background? I would have liked to have seen a little more about Susie's background as well. What was it about Susie that made Simon want her so much? Were all of the club's employees spirits? I feel like this novella could have been a few pages longer to answer those questions. Or maybe I just missed some of the answers. Or maybe those answers are in another book. Even now I'm still wondering what happens next. So, while I enjoyed the author's style, I just felt the story was lacking. However, I enjoyed the author's voice, so I'd be willing to give another one of her books a try.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Give Into the Feeling is an unusual mix of romance, supernatural, and the Roaring Twenties. I loved how different this book was from what I’ve read of late. Set in a speakeasy (a fabulous setting if ever there was one), featuring both American Indian and Chinese characters, as well as a supernatural element, it makes for a really interesting, and different read. I very much enjoyed following Susie’s struggles as she found herself torn between Simon (the man to whom she owes loyalty) and Blood (the mysterious stranger she dances with at night in the speakeasy). It’s a love story, a story of demons and spirits, and a story of a woman wanting her freedom in 1920s Chicago. And all in all it’s a very enjoyable book!