This is the third year that I have participated in R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril. This event is hosted by Carl of Stainless Steel Droppings. It starts in September and goes through October and celebrates "all things ghastly and ghostly" as we move into Fall.
A description of the event:
The purpose of R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril IX is to enjoy books and movies/television that could be classified (by you) as:
Or anything sufficiently moody that shares a kinship with the above.
There are two simple goals for R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril IXSee this post for ways that you can participate. In addition to books, movies, and television, you can post about short stories or join in a group read. There is a R.I.P. Review Site where participants may post links to any book or screen posts related to this event.
1. Have fun reading.
2. Share that fun with others.
These books are some that I considered reading last time and it would be nice to read one or two of them this time:
Other books I may include are:Ghost Hero by S. J. RozanThe Coffin Dancer by Jeffery DeaverGarden of Beasts by Jeffery DeaverThe Ghosts of Belfast by Stuart Neville
The Coroner's Lunch by Colin CotterillThese are the specific "challenges" I will aim at:
Down Cemetery Road by Mick Herron
Siren Of The Waters by Michael Genelin
Death Is a Lonely Business by Ray Bradbury
Ghost in the Machine by Ed James
Red Bones by Ann Cleeves
Garnethill by Denise Mina
Peril the First: Read four books, any length, that you feel fit (the very broad definitions) of R.I.P. literature. It could be King or Conan Doyle, Penny or Poe, Chandler or Collins, Lovecraft or Leroux…or anyone in between.