Aw, Thursday, you are such an awkward day. When most people are so close to their weekend and I'm stuck in the middle of my work week. So close to a day off, yet so far away. Upside it means it's Throwback time! So here's my #ThrowbackRead for the week and we might be going way back.
Publisher: Alma Books (Edition shown)
Originally Published: June 20th 1890
Author: Oscar Wilde
This is the only book by Oscar Wilde that I've read, and I'm pretty sure it's one of my favorite books. I've seen every film and TV adaptation of this character, and I honestly don't know how many times I've read the book. Enough that I know I'm in need of better copy than the one I have. The Portrait of Dorian Gray was my introduction into Gothic Literature and I've been soaking it ever since. So when someone asks me for a good and frightening book, I always tell them this one. Because eleven years have passed since I first read this book and it still freaks me out.
What other good Gothic books should make my TBR? Anything so good I should read it this fall when I'm in the mood for a spooky read?