In Blood & Ivy, Collins uncovers a hasty murder in Harvard’s medical school, a gaslit story for the resurrectionists in a Robert Louis Stevenson book.
It’s still 90 degrees here, with no end in sight, so it’s a bit hard to imagine days of sweaters and firesides are in the near future. There’s no way I could share my entire TBR list for fall, but one has to start somewhere…
In the Norse gods’ kingdom of Asgard, Thor accidentally throws a thunderbolt at his henhouse. He zaps an egg who eventually hatches into a different sort of chicken. Young Brunhilde and the Thundercluck are called to save Asgard from Gorman Bones, an evil chef.
The grasshopper’s horn, and far-off, high in the maples, / The wheel of a locust leisurely grinding the silence / Under a moon waning and worn, broken, / Tired with summer. ~ September Midnight, Sara Teasdale
Happy 20th anniversary to DVD Netflix! Here’s to many more comfy nights on the couch, more smiles at the mailbox and more cinematic realizations.