Death was supposed to be an aesthetic, not a plan for the weekend.
Rae Schwarz spends her lunches at the goth table, her evenings with eccentric loved ones, and her daydreams with poetic inspirations. But family secrets have a way of getting out, no matter how long one is sheltered. Some of the things brought to light are a little too bright for Rae's taste, and some have a darkness and a danger she can fall into all too easily
Book One of the Gothcraft series, this '90s-era Young Adult fantasy is indirectly connected to Cook & Perkins's Fair Folk Chronicles