Conjugal Rites

Conjugal Rites The gripping new instalment of the adventures of Brenda and Effie No matter what she tries to do trouble has a way of finding Brenda It s hardly surprising with secrets like hers When her old adversa

  • Title: Conjugal Rites
  • Author: Paul Magrs
  • ISBN: 9780755346431
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • The gripping new instalment of the adventures of Brenda and Effie.No matter what she tries to do, trouble has a way of finding Brenda It s hardly surprising with secrets like hers When her old adversary Mr Danby starts filling the airwaves with his late night phone in show it can only mean one thing and sure enough best friend Effie soon finds herself up to her neck inThe gripping new instalment of the adventures of Brenda and Effie.No matter what she tries to do, trouble has a way of finding Brenda It s hardly surprising with secrets like hers When her old adversary Mr Danby starts filling the airwaves with his late night phone in show it can only mean one thing and sure enough best friend Effie soon finds herself up to her neck in it But that is only the beginning fate has an even bigger surprise in store Romance is in the air for Brenda and, do what she will, she cannot deny that she and her man were made for each other literally But as usual, Brenda and Effie will face up to whatever dangers come their way with fortitude and grace even if that means journeying to places beyond their wildest dreams.

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    1. "You are mine. And I want to see you. All these years. Years and years. WE've never really met. But you are mine. And I have rites. Conjugal rites. You are mine and I am coming to see you. I know where you are now. I have been looking. Now I know where you are. And I am on my way. Your husband is coming to get you."So Brenda is warned at the end of Something Borrowed. Her husband is coming home. Though for the pragmatic Brenda, thinking about what might come in the future, sometimes torches and [...]

    2. Conjugal Rites returns to the magic that was Never The Bride. It is brimming with the magical enchantments that Paul Magrs managed to evoke with the first book that seemed to drop off the radar in Something Borrowed. But here, we have Paul Magrs at his best. Conjugal Rites changes in a similar way from Something Borrowed that Something Borrowed changed from Never The Bride. Insofar, that no longer are we privy to just Brenda's narration of events. Paul Magrs makes the clever (and perhaps for the [...]

    3. Really can't decide how I feel about these books. They're childish yet occasionally a bit too disturbing for kids books and I'm not sure who they're aimed at. At times I find myself really enjoying the read and at other times I struggle to stick with it as it's a tad yawn or a tad ridiculous. I dunno. I guess I just really like the concept of the whole series so I stick with it and they are fairly different so that's good. I've already got the next in the series so we'll see how that one goes I [...]

    4. This is the first book I have read by Paul Magrs but it's the third installment in the Brenda & Effie mystery series.This is such a great read. It's quirky, fun and light-hearted and totally absorbing. The characters are brilliantly written and there are moments of humour that had me laughing out loud. The story has an old-fashioned charm about it and with the backdrop being Whitby, Yorkshire, the place Bram Stoker's Dracula resided, it has a sense of the macabre too.Brenda is a lovable char [...]

    5. This is the third book in the Brenda and Effie series, and the best. The first two were great, in that 'there's nothing else like this' way - in the third one the characters really start to get into their stride. Brenda, the 200-year-old Bride of Frankenstein, is alarmed to find that her intended husband Frank, whom she fled all those years ago, is back to claim her. And she's quite happy, thank you very much, running a Whitby bed and breakfast business and guarding the Gateway to Hell with her [...]

    6. This is the third in the Brenda and Effie series and this book is certainly the strongest narrative of the three.I love the cosy tone that Paul Magrs employs within the novel and I enjoyed the ideas of going into hell which looked remarkably familiar this installment also dealt with the idea of both Brenda ad Effie coming into their inheritance, so to speak.Brenda contending with the return of one of the most important figures from her past. Effie starting to realise she needs to embrace her leg [...]

    7. while i <3 Brenda and Effie (and the rest of the magical, wondrous array of characters), the transition from first-person Brenda narrative to third-person narrative did jar and is why i didnt give it 4 starsere also seemed to be small inconsistencies between the books, but that might just have been me.otherwise, it's still a cracking good read - especially once Brenda's long-lost fiance appears.

    8. This was a really strange detective story! Or was this an adventure, instead? The main characters are a female Frankenstein and a witch (with undeveloped skills), and they live in a town that houses a gateway to hell. Banshees, vampires and mummies (as in the wrapped kind) were also featured.This wasn't my cup of tea but at least this was not completely off-putting.I really need to read something completely different next.

    9. The switch from first person to third person was a little jarring at first I found myself wondering when it was going to switch back, but then I realized that I think I wanted it to be in third person the entire time. It seemed to make sense that recurring characters in the book should be given a greater voice than just Brenda.Again, this was an enjoyable book, an interesting Gothic ride. Things just keep getting weirder and weirder in Whitby, so we'll see what comes next!

    10. The third in the Brenda and Effie series sees Brenda trapped in Hell, and Effie, Robert and Sheila Manchu on a rescue mission.The two chapters of Book 4 'Hell's Belles' at the end has more than whetted my appetite for more Brenda and Effie adventures.Really wish these were adapted for TV or at least the radio!

    11. The Brenda and Effie series has really hit its stride with this one, which for me was by far the most successful of the books so far. The pacing was well judged throughout, the story compelling, and the settings as good as ever. It was also nice to see old plot threads and characters reused effectively, as well as questions raised for future books to address.

    12. The third outing for Brenda and Effie. For those already in the know, Brenda is the Bride of Frankenstein who now runs a B&B in Whitby. In this adventure, there's a retired superhero convention in the town, Mrs Claus is up to something and Brenda's fiance turns up to claim his bride. These books are a lot of fun, completely crackers and great escapism.

    13. A wonderful addition to the Brenda and Effie mysteries. A fun page turner where past characters return and new mysteries abound for future books in the series. I'm happy I am reading them years after their initial release so I can just start the next book rather than wait. The story is both weird and charming and I loved every bit of it.

    14. This has been my favorite so far in the series.Brenda was made as a bride for Frankenstein and she thought she would never encounter him again but he turns up determined that she will marry him.A good funny read inbetween reading heavier novels.

    15. I picked this up on a week off work and didn't put it down until I finished it I love the characters and the strange situations they find themselves in The fact that Whitby is my favourite place helps of course

    16. This was another good story - in fact it was the best yet, with Brenda finally meeting up with Frank the husband she was made for, and things never going smoothly. I love the concept of a series of different worlds each of which descending further to hell.

    17. 3rd in series featuring Brenda (Frankenstein's bride) and Effie (a witch and antique shop owner). Frank is back and wants to marry Brenda after all he was made for her but Brenda doesn't like him in a romantic way. A very funny series with supernatural themes and a bit of a mystery as well.

    18. Err, I'm not sure i'd call it the best yet in the series- I really struggled to finish. Yeah the chapters are shorter and snappier, but the book is let down by poor writing, clunky dialogue and the book feels way too rushed. Overall, dissapointing.

    19. This series has really got me hooked, I have sat chuckling to myself in Starbucks this afternoon once again a great tale of Brenda and Effie. Will be sad to get to the end of the series.

    20. I loved the first book in this series for its quirkiness and was looking forward to the rest but struggled to get through this one and the book before . Maybe they're running out of steam.

    21. I really enjoyed this book. much preferred the shorter chapters too in this book as opposed to like 50 pages a chapter x

    22. Another Brenda and Effie Mystery. Again, just as comical and easy to read as the 2 that proceed it. Not to be taken as anything more than entertaining As far as my small mind can see

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