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Publisher's Summary

Catherine Tilney had settled in for a quiet, respectable, distinctly non-Gothic English life in the countryside with her husband, the Reverend Henry Tilney. Unfortunately, a quiet, respectable, distinctly non-Gothic life had not settled itself for her. An original sequel to Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey, Nachtstürm Castle whisks the reader and its heroine away to the border countries in the Austrian Alps, where adventure, mistaken identities, lost heirs, and terrifying butlers lurk.
©2009, 2017 Emily C. A. Snyder (P)2017 Emily C. A. Snyder
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5 out of 5 stars
By Karen M. on 01-06-18

Fun Gothic Adventure

Not sure what to expect, I was pleasantly surprised by this gothic tale. I liked the "story within a story" aspect and the author's personal notes. Catherine was such an amusing character and I chuckled every time that she thought it was all just an elaborate setup, perpetrated by her husband. The carriage scene was hilarious! The characters and setting, along with the great plot, added to my enjoyment. The narrator was wonderful and brought the story to life. I thoroughly enjoyed Nachsturm Castle and would recommend it.

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5 out of 5 stars
By pixledust on 01-02-18

Austen Fans Rejoice. Perfect Sequel to N. Abbey.

I am a huge Jane Austen fan. I have read all of her books multiple times. Northanger Abbey has one of the best male characters that Austen writes. This book is a perfect sequel to Northanger Abbey. It is written in the same style with similar humor and remains faithful to the characters. Allow me to give you some quotes to illustrate, "Alas, if an author is allowed two alases in a chapter." "This is the shortest chapter containing only 144 words." The tongue-in-cheek style continues throughout the book. It is simply delightful.

The plot in this book is more substantial than in the original Northanger Abbey. Henry takes his bride to a real Gothic castle for a belated honeymoon. Spoofing the original satire, Catherine believes that Henry has arranged for all the terror they encounter so she does not believe that she is really in danger. This makes for both some genuinely eerie and genuinely humorous scenes. The couple must solve the mysteries that the castle contains. Who is this woman that looks exactly like Catherine? What is the curse that seems to afflict all the former barons? The story is suspenseful, intriguing, and funny. The narrator does an excellent job of performing the characters and setting the mood. I will check out all the books of both the author and the narrator. Well done. I was given this free review copy of this audio-book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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