Supernatural Books In Honour Of The Moon Landing Part 1

Today marks the day that man landed on the moon. To mark this exciting occasion I have chosen to highlight books with a supernatural feature to them. Today is part 1 due to the fact that the moon landing was 20 July 1969 in America and that part of the world, but 21 July in the UK and this part of the world, due to the time difference!

Book Review – Melmoth by Sarah Perry

Supernatural Being – Melmoth the Witness

Random Things Blog Tour – Book Review – Sparks and Shadow by Ceara Nobles

Supernatural Beings – Faeries and other Monsters

Blog Tour Book Review – The Wildest Hunt by Jo Zebedee

Supernatural Beings – Faeries and Ghosts

What books would be on your Supernatural List?

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6 thoughts on “Supernatural Books In Honour Of The Moon Landing Part 1

  1. Lisa @ theplainspokenpen

    My list would include:

    Every Cloak Rolled in Blood by James Lee Burke – all of his stories are teeming with the supernatural, interactions between this world and the one beyond, and this is no exception.

    <a href=""Kingdom of Thorns by Katherine Macdonald – her fairy tale retellings are amazing. This is her reimagining of Sleeping Beauty, and it is glorious.

    The Bookbinder’s Daughter by Jessica Thorne – this one has such an intriguing magical system! I really enjoyed it.

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