Nightmares & Fairytales 3: 1140 Rue Royale

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SLG Publishing, 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 176 pages
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  • This tale belongs to the dead and the house they dwell in. Madame Lalaurieinflicted unspeakable acts upon her slaves at 1140 Rue Royale, and now theirtortured souls are seeking revenge on the house's new occupants: an elderlywoman named Victoria and her young niece Rebecca. Rebecca must fight for theirlives as she learns of the house's horrifying past, encounters monstrous nunswith a deadly secret in the attic and becomes possessed by one of the spirits inher new home.

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User Review  - ragwaine - LibraryThing

This was pretty cool. Really the art saved it though. The story was interesting if a little sparse. The "surprise" ending was surprising enough, although I can't say that it didn't strike me as one of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Krumbs - LibraryThing

Yet another take on Madame Lalaurie and all her horrific crimes. To be creeped out and sad, the impact of this one is definitely felt. But the "twist" was predictable and the motivations of the ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Serena Valentino is the author of "Fairest of All", a YA fantasy novel for Disney Press, and is currently working on her second Disney YA book. Her graphic novel, "Nightmares & Fairy Tales: 1140 Rue Royale" has earned her critical acclaim in both the comic and horror domain, where she is known for her unique style of storytelling, bringing her readers into exquisitely frightening worlds filled with terror, beauty and extraordinary female protagonists. Among her other projects, Serena is currently writing a horror screenplay with writer/director Phil Flores (of the Butcher Brothers), she is also writing three new comic series/graphic novels, "Enchanted, Blackbird the Pirate Queen, "and "Hell's Cafe". She lives in San Francisco.

Crab Scrambly's art appears in several books as well as on T-shirts. He resides deep in the bowels of Southern California.

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