Sara Habein’s #CBR4 Review #30: Hide Me Among the Graves by Tim Powers
One is so inside Powers’ prose, that Victorian England feels full, and unlike the upper-crust period dramas, it is not centered around “proper” people. This isn’t Bleak House. There are artists and screw-ups and the quietly religious, right alongside strange dog-like creatures, catacombs exploration, and a collection of street children referred to as “Mud Larks.” Maybe it’s reader-sacrilege to say, but Hide Me Among the Graves would make an excellent movie in the right hands.
Read more about why this is an excellent book over at Glorified Love Letters.