Rosehead

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Ksenia Anske, Mar 20, 2014 - Fiction - 272 pages

Misunderstood and overmedicated, twelve-year-old Lilith Bloom finds the prospect of a grand family reunion decidedly dull... That is, until she discovers that the rose garden surrounding her grandfather's Berlin mansion is, well, completely and utterly carnivorous. Armed with Panther, her talking pet whippet, and the help of the mute boy next door, Lilith must unravel the secrets behind the mysterious estate, all while her family remains gloriously unaware that they are about to be devoured.

 

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User Review  - reneenmeland - LibraryThing

Oh. My. Gosh. From the first line (which may be one of the best opening lines I've ever read) I was hooked. I won't tell you what it is, I'll let you read it for yourself :). Lilith Bloom is the hero ... Read full review

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I picked this novel up after meeting Ksenia at the Indie Book Fair in downtown Seattle. While I’m not a big fan of horror novels, the premise of Rosehead sounded very unique and fun. The novel follows ... Read full review

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Ksenia was born in Moscow, Russia, and came to US in 1998 not knowing English, having studied architecture and not dreaming that one day she'd be writing. She lives in Seattle with her boyfriend and their combined three kids in a house that they like to call The Loony Bin.

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