Elizabeth is one of those books I wished I’d read much, much sooner. Lost in the whirlwind that is time, it was reprinted by the stellar Valancourt Books and is finally getting the recognition it deserves. Right off the bat it grabs you. Think Lolita meets Suspiria. The protagonist (or antagonist?) could fall in line with horror’s other great creepy kids but she’s far beyond her age. She’ll unnerve you with her demeanor, the desires she has, and the mystery she leads you straight into. Definitely consider reading this if you want to discover the unacknowledged talent in Greenhall. (15/31).