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Agnes Quill

Agnes Quill:An Anthology Of Mystery by Dave Roman,Jason Ho,Jeff Zornow,Raina Telgemeier and Jen Wang.
I got this book as a belated birthday gift and enjoyed it a lot.Steampunk fiction is quite interesting by itself but if you add ghosts and a girl detective able to talk with them,the result is great.I think that the best thing about the tales in the book is that they're dark but not gritty or solemn.Also,it's nice reading some ghosts tales with them featured simply as dead people who lurk in the dark rather than forces of evil or abstract magical creatures —it adds a lot of interesting twists here and there.But that's just my opinion.

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