Maria Cohut, ‘Review: Goth Girl and the Wuthering Fright’

Chris Riddel’s Goth Girl books are great fun, appealing to both young people and older people versed in literary knowledge. They’re wittily, pleasurably intertextual. Maria Cohut of the University of Warwick has written an enticing review here on the latest in the series, Goth Girl and the Wuthering Fright.

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One Response to Maria Cohut, ‘Review: Goth Girl and the Wuthering Fright’

  1. Vibrators says:

    Cool, quirky and easy-to-read book in between the heavier stuff. Chris Riddell’s tale Goth Girl and the Wuthering Fright is my first Goth girl book (and supposedly not the best of the 4) but was really fun and ridiculous. First off, the aesthetic appeal of this book was immense for me. The amazing colored pages, the booklet in the back, the eye-catching cover, the bookmark and the awesome gold embellishment on the inside of the cover. A lot of work had gone into the design and it pays off. I a

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