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  • adj. Somewhat gothic.


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  • "I like gothicky type gardens, not eerie exactly but a bit wild."

    WalesOnline - Home

  • In spite of that, the book's a blast, albeit one that's brooding, gothicky and probably kind of emo.


  • Another gothicky paranormal, involving a gorgeous Scottish restorer of historic homes, a heroine betrayed too many times by men, the heroine’s pregnant and slightly loopy younger sister, a crumbling Victorian on the cliffs near Santa Barbara, and the ghost of a woman betrayed by love.

    Archive 2008-04-13


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