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The Joss: A Reversion

Richard Marsh

Book Overview: 

Mary Blyth, a sales clerk who is robbed, nearly murdered and then fired from her job, thinks her luck has changed when she inherits an old house from a distant relation, Benjamin Batters. This house holds dark secrets. Murderous thugs, a mysterious threat from the Far East let her know this is not the case. The Joss, a Reversion is from Richard Marsh, author of “The Beetle”.

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Community Reviews

Mary "Polly" Blythe and her best friend Emily Purvis are fired from their jobs and left with a few shillings, when Polly is informed that her uncle has died and left her an income and a house - though the house comes with a set of bizarre conditions. One of them is that she must inhabit the house

Really interesting old book. Just sort of strange and funny I really loved it . Sort of Seinfeld esque where all this weird stuff Happens and then the back story is told and it all Makes sense…

The Joss is a proto horror novel that has the fun narrative device of following every main character's point of view one at a time for them to tell their piece to make a full story. The story does involve a Joss which is a Chinese idol. It doesn't paint an entire culture with one brush but it does h