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The Mark of Cain (Long Lankin, #2) 1567 Aphra Is Not A Normal Child Found Abandoned As A Baby Among The Reeds And Rushes, The Two Outcast Witches Who Raise Her In Their Isolated Cottage Are Never Sure If She Was Born, Or Just Pushed Up Through The Foul, Black Mud For Them To Find Little Aphra S Gifts In The Dark Craft Are Clear, Even As An Infant, But Soon Even Her Guardians Begin To Fear Her.When A Violent Fire Destroys Their Home, Aphra Is Left To Fend For Herself Years Of Begging And Stealing Make Her Strong, But They Also Make Her Bitter, For She Is Shunned And Feared By Everyone She Meets.Until She Reaches Bryers Guerdon And Meets The Man They Call Long Lankin The Leper Ostracized And Tormented, He Is The Only Person Willing To Help Her.And Together, They Plot Their Revenge 1962 Four Years Have Passed Since The Death Of Ida Guerdon, And Cora Is Back In Bryers Guerdon In The Manor House Her Aunt Left To Her It Is A Cold, Bitter Winter, And The Horrifying Events Of That Sweltering Summer In 1958 Seem Long Past.Until Cora S Father Arranges For Some Restoration Work To Take Place At Guerdon Hall, And It Seems That Something Hidden There Long Ago Has Been Disturbed The Spirit Of Aphra Rushes Intent On Finishing What She Began, Four Centuries Ago.


10 thoughts on “The Mark of Cain (Long Lankin, #2)

  1. says:

    MY BLOG Melissa Martin s Reading ListWell this wasn t a wee bit creepy or anything The book starts out telling Aphra s tale She was found by a couple of witches down by the river when she was a baby Aphra grew up loving her two moms so to speak She w


  2. says:

    My rating 2.5 of 5 starsI am bound here, for as long as there are Guerdons in the world, I must be in it And they have returned to the marshlands to meIt s been four years since Cora and Mimi lived to tell the tale of Long Lankin The two girls survived, howeve


  3. says:

    This one is getting 3.5 stars from me It s not as good as Long Lankin, but it was still an enjoyably creepy read with lots of atmosphere Long Lankin scared the crap out of me The year I read that book I pushed it on anyone and everyone that I could I d still recommend i


  4. says:

    Originally posted on NOT ENOUGH BOOKS, NOT ENOUGH TIMEI am sad Maybe I ve overdone too many spooky reads but I just couldn t get into The Mark of Cain I read over 100 pages but had to leave it a DNF This is very devastating because I absolutely adored Long Lankin Not that The Mar


  5. says:

    A darkly excellent sequel to the amazing LONG LANKIN Just as elegant and just as terrifying as the first book, THE MARK OF CAIN sucked me in and left me shivering.


  6. says:

    This makes me very excited Long Lankin was good and creeepy I hope this book brings that same mood that Long Lankin brought So glad that I found this


  7. says:

    Oooooh I think I might actually have found this scarier than Long Lankin I definitely enjoyed itOkay, there were a few things that bothered me like the superfluous description, and the kids conveniently overhearing people talking about Crucial Plot Points but I enjoyed seeing Cora and Roger as older teenagers


  8. says:

    Loved, loved, loved this I m such a fan of Barraclough s writing This one seemed a bit darkerYA ish than Long Lankin, and it s absolutely dripping with that damp and earthy English folklore atmosphere, which is pretty much my favorite sort of atmosphere to read about Also, the historical flashbacks about a young witch


  9. says:

    I read Long Lankin, the book that preceded The Mark of Cain and really enjoyed it so I picked this one up when I saw it The Mark of Cain serves as both a prequel and a sequel, as it were, to Long Lankin It explains the history of Cain Lankin from the point of view of the woman who loved him, Aphra, and then jumps to the events t


  10. says:

    I couldn t stop reading this book, and now that it is over, I can t stop wanting to read this book I wanted to finish it, but I never wanted it to end It is a creepy book It s a companion to another creepy book that I read about a ghost ghoul who steals small children in the marshy English moors This one was about the witch who loved him


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