By These Ten Bones
Publish date: May 1st 2005
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
Pages no: 229
Edition language: English
The story was not as intricate as I would have liked, but the gothic atmosphere was appealing, and I liked Maddie and Carver/Paul's characters. I also liked the message about sacrificial love. Overall rating: 3.5/5.0 stars.Reviewed for Bitten by Books. http://bittenbybooks.com.
I've read other things by Dunkle before (The Hollow Kingdom, The House of Dead Maids), and one of the things I really like about her is that she seems willing to confront the darker aspects, the things that make you uncomfortable. This is something I've come to associate with her, and I really do li...
Reviewed by Lori @ Romancing the Darkside:http://romancingthedarkside.blogspot.com/2011/06/review-by-these-ten-bones-by-clare-b.htmlNot your usual young adult paranormal romance!Set in the Highlands of Medieval Scottland, Maddie is the young daughter of weaver in a small village. She lives a quiet b...
Several people had reviewed this one recently, so I thought I’d pick it up. Set in some version of Highland Scotland (I was never completely clear on time period), I liked it a lot, particularly the different take on one of the more over-done fantasy creatures. [Apr. 2011]
By These Ten Bones is quite different than your ordinary werewolf tale. Here things go bump in the night and superstitions reign supreme. When I read novels that have historical settings, I tend to expect a few things: accuracy, feeling like I have been transported to another time, etc. In this, By ...