Book Review: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno Garcia

Silvia Moreno Garcia’s ‘Mexican Gothic’ is a Gothic horror for the ages. Blending many themes and rich characters to create this wild, interesting and unsettling read.

The story centres around Noemi Taboada who attempts to rescue her beleaguered cousin from the domineering family she married into. We follow her into this world of creepy family members who live in a scary house and somehow in this situation, the author even manages to insert a hint of romance! This book kept us on the edge of our seats the whole way through.

It’s a must read!

Themes in this book are; #Racism#Feminism#Sexism#Sacrifice#Rebirth

We rate this book ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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