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An isolated mansion A chillingly charismatic aristocrat And a brave socialite drawn to expose their treacherous secrets From the author of Gods of Jade and Shadow comes a novel set in glamorous 1950s Mexico After receiving a frantic letter from her newlywed cousin begging for someone to save her from a mysterious doom Noemí Taboada heads to High Place a distant house in the Mexican countryside She’s not sure what she will find her cousin’s husband a handsome Englishman is a stranger and Noemí knows little about. I pray I ll see you again You must come for me Noem You have to save meWHEW You think you know where this book is going and then it goes there Mexican Gothic begins in such an unassuming way where you think you re walking into a traditional haunted house story and then everything shifts to pull you under like a riptide that doesn t loosen until you turn the final page Before I dive into my review I think it s fair to note that the majority of this book is atmospheric character driven and the slowest burn imaginable for me this worked spectacularly well as I love to feel completely absorbed into the narrative in horror novels And yes friends this is most definitely a horror novel I ll include content warnings in a spoiler tag below for those who are interested Noem s father said she cared too much about her looks and parties to take school seriously as if a woman could not do two things at onceMaybe the reason why this slow burn worked so well for me is because I instantly connected with Noem she is confident intelligent and the life of the party When her father receives a suspicious letter from Noem s cousin Catalina he sends Noem to investigate and report back As expected everyone involved gets than they bargained for and what begins as a handful of unusual occurrences slowly morphs into a whirlwind of horrifying circumstances This house she was sure was haunted She wasn t one for believing in things that go bump in the night either but right that second she firmly felt every spook and demon and evil thing might be crawling about the earth like in Catalina s storiesOne of the things I loved the most about this story is how vastly different the haunted house felt The author has successfully blended the traditional aspects of the old decrepit ghost filled residence and a new modern aspect one I won t go into detail of for fear of spoiling the big twist I think she nailed it on the head when she stated in her Goodreads interview that this book is for the reader who is both classy and trashy because it has the high entertainment value that fast fiction lovers rejoice in but it is also filled with beautifully devastating prose If you too have a love affair with all things that go bump in the night Mexican Gothic should be your top priority this summer I cannot recommend this book highly enough to those who have a desire to spend long hours in a derelict house and an iron stomach The truth was she was afraid of going to bed of what nightmares might uncoil in the dark What did people do after witnessing the horrors they had seen Was it possible to slip back into normality to play pretend and go on She wanted to think this was exactly the case but she was afraid sleep would prove her wrongContent Warning view spoilerSexual assault incest murder and gore cannibalism themes challenging white supremacy and eugenics discussions surrounding the death of a parent and other family members miscarriages and stillbirths discussions surrounding suicide and the consumption of alcohol and smoking hide spoiler The Geography of Witchcraft you again You must come for me Noem You have to save meWHEW You think Hold On To Me you know where this book is going and then it goes there Mexican Gothic begins in such an unassuming way where Copping It Sweet (Murphys Law you think Ill Be Yours for Christmas (Harlequin Blaze, you re walking into a traditional haunted house story and then everything shifts to pull Her Babys Bodyguard (Eagle Squadron you under like a riptide that doesn t loosen until If Wishes Were...Daddies you turn the final page Before I dive into my review I think it s fair to note that the majority of this book is atmospheric character driven and the slowest burn imaginable for me this worked spectacularly well as I love to feel completely absorbed into the narrative in horror novels And West of Heaven yes friends this is most definitely a horror novel I ll include content warnings in a spoiler tag below for those who are interested Noem s father said she cared too much about her looks and parties to take school seriously as if a woman could not do two things at onceMaybe the reason why this slow burn worked so well for me is because I instantly connected with Noem she is confident intelligent and the life of the party When her father receives a suspicious letter from Noem s cousin Catalina he sends Noem to investigate and report back As expected everyone involved gets than they bargained for and what begins as a handful of unusual occurrences slowly morphs into a whirlwind of horrifying circumstances This house she was sure was haunted She wasn t one for believing in things that go bump in the night either but right that second she firmly felt every spook and demon and evil thing might be crawling about the earth like in Catalina s storiesOne of the things I loved the most about this story is how vastly different the haunted house felt The author has successfully blended the traditional aspects of the old decrepit ghost filled residence and a new modern aspect one I won t go into detail of for fear of spoiling the big twist I think she nailed it on the head when she stated in her Goodreads interview that this book is for the reader who is both classy and trashy because it has the high entertainment value that fast fiction lovers rejoice in but it is also filled with beautifully devastating prose If Putting Out of Your Mind you too have a love affair with all things that go bump in the night Mexican Gothic should be Under the Knife / Whistleblower your top priority this summer I cannot recommend this book highly enough to those who have a desire to spend long hours in a derelict house and an iron stomach The truth was she was afraid of going to bed of what nightmares might uncoil in the dark What did people do after witnessing the horrors they had seen Was it possible to slip back into normality to play pretend and go on She wanted to think this was exactly the case but she was afraid sleep would prove her wrongContent Warning view spoilerSexual assault incest murder and gore cannibalism themes challenging white supremacy and eugenics discussions surrounding the death of a parent and other family members miscarriages and stillbirths discussions surrounding suicide and the consumption of alcohol and smoking hide spoiler

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The region Noemí is also an unlikely rescuer She’s a glamorous debutante and her chic gowns and perfect red lipstick are suited for cocktail parties than amateur sleuthing But she’s also tough and smart with an indomitable will and she is not afraid not of her cousin’s new husband who is both menacing and alluring; not of his father the ancient patriarch who seems to be fascinated by Noemí; and not even of the house itself which begins to invade Noemi’s dreams with visions of blood and doom Her only ally in. 25 starsYeah I knowthis was one of my most anticipated reads of the year As soon as I found out this would be a BOTM I grabbed it I dropped everything I was doing to read itand well that didn t work out so well The premise was amazing The cover was even amazing SO I dug into this book and I waited for it to pick up I waited and turned another page and waitedand waited Finally I turned to my fellow reviewers at page 200 to seeumm does this pick up They said yeah wait for itOkay so it did pick up at page 250 So the last 50 pages of the book was crammed full of weirdness Noemi is living the good life She is living off daddy s dime and a socialite in Mexico City Her father makes it clear that she needs to do him a favor and head out to a remote estate that her cousin Catalina is living with her recently acuired husband Virgil He wants her to check in on her because well it appears she has lost her mind She is sending letters home of people living in the walls claims her husband is poisoning her among other bizarre statements Sounds intriguing right Well I thought so too I was all inYet when Noemi gets to the estate she is hardly allowed to spend any time with her cousin She is not allowed to freely roam around or do anything she wants So why doesn t she just leave Or take her cousin Instead the first 250 pages was spent with her mulling around the house and having vivid nightmares Sure it was creepy but there was no plot I failed to connect to ANY of the characters because there just wasn t enough information put forth about them Trust me I can take weird I LOVED Ninth House I would have given that book 10 stars if Goodreads would let me That was dark creepy weirdness and I loved it Personally for me this book took just too long to take off When it finally did it felt like a ton of stuff was jammed into the last 50 pages It was so bizarre and out there it just wasn t for it Don t let my review sway you because there are alot of fantastic reviews out there about this one

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This inhospitable abode is the family’s youngest son Shy and gentle he seems to want to help Noemí but might also be hiding dark knowledge of his family’s past For there are many secrets behind the walls of High Place The family’s once colossal wealth and faded mining empire kept them from prying eyes but as Noemí digs deeper she unearths stories of violence and madness And Noemí mesmerized by the terrifying yet seductive world of High Place may soon find it impossible to ever leave this enigmatic house behin. This an adult gothic horror that s heavily inspired by The Yellow Wallpaper a story I LOVE Overall I really enjoyed it but I do feel like it had potential to be a 5 star book that I rave about for a very long time and I m disappointed because I feel like it had some missed potential but I still really enjoyed it and still recommend There are some potential trigger warnings I wanna mention though for anyone who s gonna read on my rec view spoiler sexual assault about 5 scenes and I d put them on about a 4 or 5 out if 10 for triggering level It s a trigger for me and I was fine suicide one scene Graphic Maybe an 8 but it s not a trigger for me so I m not sure And child brutality one scene Graphic 10 hide spoiler


10 thoughts on “Mexican Gothic

  1. says:

    Hell yeah This deliciously terrifying gothic adventure will be adapted to Hulu limited series I cannot wait to bi

  2. says:

    A gothic suspense novel set in 1950s Mexico with a cover like that? adding book to cart Who am I to deny myself every single desire that crosses my brain?

  3. says:

    I pray I'll see you again You must come for me Noemí You have to save meWHEW You think you know where this book

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    FAIs there a playlist?Yes go to Spotify there other goodies?Paper doll PDF club kit PDF Is the town in the book real?It's inspired by a real town which is called Real del MonteMineral del Monte and which was a British mining town and has a very particular kind of architecture It's nicknamed Little Cornwall Yes there is an English cemetery there Photo info about the British in this region of Mexico state does this take

  5. says:

    25 starsYeah I knowthis was one of my most anticipated reads of the year As soon as I found out this would be a BOTM I grabbed it I dropped everything I was doing to read itand well that didn't work out so well The premise was amazing The cover was even amazing SO I dug into this book and I waited for it to pick up I waited and turned another page and waitedand waited Finally I turned to my fellow reviewers at page 200 to seeum

  6. says:

    Hmm How best to describe “Mexican Gothic?” I guess I would say it’s –A little bit H P LovecraftA little bit Alfred HitchcockA lotta bit creepy old houseYes Mexican Gothic is part mystery It’s part Gothic suspense It’s part horror Maybe even part New Weird Maybe And all its various parts are expertly and seamlessly blended by the skillful words of Silvia Moreno GarciaSet in 1950s Mexico the novel fo

  7. says:

    Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno Garcia is a 2020 Del Rey publication An exciting new approach to Gothic Horror fiction I rarely ever comment on a book cover but this one is stunning It’s an eye catcher for sure but you know what

  8. says:

    This an adult gothic horror that's heavily inspired by The Yellow Wallpaper a story I LOVE Overall I really enjoyed it but I do feel

  9. says:

    5I AM SHIT SCARED Stars♥️✨ there was something so charming and beautiful about the cover that drew me towards it I mean just lo

  10. says:

    well wasnt this just a spooky little story? i knew i should have saved this for next monthfans of gothic stories will swoon over this its so atmospheric the old mansion the creepy family who lives there the lush mexican cou

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