At a Glance

Title: The Faceless Old Women Who Secretly Lives in Your House41571082

Author: Jenny Lee

Published: March 24, 2020 by Harper Perennial

Page: 384

Genre: Horror, Fantasy, Sci-Fi

Goodreads Rating: 4.17 out of 5

My Rating: ★★★★


Synopsis

“In the town of Night Vale, there’s a faceless old woman who secretly lives in everyone’s home, but no one knows how she got there or where she came from…until now. Told in a series of eerie flashbacks, the story of The Faceless Old Woman goes back centuries to reveal an initially blissful and then tragic childhood on a Mediterranean Estate in the early nineteenth century, her rise in the criminal underworld of Europe, a nautical adventure with a mysterious organization of smugglers, her plot for revenge on the ones who betrayed her, and ultimately her death and its aftermath, as her spirit travels the world for decades until settling in modern-day Night Vale.

Interspersed throughout is a present-day story in Night Vale, as The Faceless Old Woman guides, haunts, and sabotages a man named Craig. In the end, her current day dealings with Craig and her swashbuckling history in nineteenth century Europe will come together in the most unexpected and horrifying way.

Part The Haunting of Hill House, part The Count of Monte Cristo, and 100% about a faceless old woman who secretly lives in your home.”


My Thoughts

 

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About the Authors

Jeffrey CranorJeffrey Cranor cowrites the Welcome to Night Vale podcast. He Also cocreators theater and dance pieces with choreographer/wife Jillian Sweeny. They live in New York.Joseph Fink

 

 

Joseph Fink created and cowrites Welcome to Night Vale. His is a writer and editor, and the co-owner of Commonplace Books. He is from California but now lives in Brooklyn.

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