Book Review: The Victorian Chaise-Longue

The Victorian Chaise-longueThe Victorian Chaise-longue by Marghanita Laski

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Written in 1953 this wasn’t going to be like a modern day horror story, but it was a psychological horror. A woman falls asleep on a Victorian chaise-longue and is transported back into the body of a Victorian woman with consumption. She has to work out how to get back to the present day before the inevitable happens. I won’t give away any more details but this was a quick one-sitting read which most people would probably like.

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