FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. A reimagining of Edgar Allan Poe's classic short story, The Fall of the House of Usher, features short, non-chronological chapters that reveal how Madeline's resolve to save her brother from madness causes her to be buried alive inside their decimated home.
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Madeline Usher is doomed.
The House of Usher lives and breathes around Madeline. For generations, it has sent every Usher spiraling into madness. It claimed her mother and her father. Now it wants Madeline and her twin brother. And no one can help them.
Yet no other Usher in the generations of their haunted family has known the house the way Madeline does. She may finally be the one who can destroy it all. Until she wakes up in a coffin.About the Author:
Bethany Griffin is the author of Masque of the Red Death. She is a high school English teacher who prides herself on attracting creative misfits to elective classes like Young Adult Literature, Creative Writing, and Speculative Literature. She lives with her family in Kentucky.
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