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Catching up on Harrow County



Harrow County, Vol. 4: Family TreeHarrow County, Vol. 4: Family Tree by Cullen Bunn

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


This horror series really starts hitting its stride in this installment. Emmy encounters the Family, a group of otherworldly beings that claim to be her family. But are they? And why are they showing themselves now? A strong continuation of this rich Southern gothic story.



Harrow County, Vol. 5: AbandonedHarrow County, Vol. 5: Abandoned by Cullen Bunn

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


The revelations and twists keep coming after the events of volume 4. The Abandoned, the dark figure with yellow eyes in the haunted woods of Harrow County, features prominently in this story as hunters and Emmy both seek it out to learn more of the past. Probably the strongest book in the series.



Harrow County, Vol. 6: Hedge MagicHarrow County, Vol. 6: Hedge Magic by Cullen Bunn

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


One of Emmy's oldest and dearest friends turns against her and Emmy is forced to choose sides and friends. After the revelations of volume 5, this Southern gothic gets back to its strong roots and origins in the hauntings of the past and strong characters.



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