Publish date: 2012-02-02
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Opening: Maylene put one hand atop the stone for support; pulling herself up from the soil got harder every year.
I thought that the way Melissa Marr handled the undead theme was quiet fascinating. I also enjoyed discovering the secrets the little town, the book is set in, had. And I liked the author's writing style. But the book didn't touch me as much as I wanted to be touched. The love story didn't make me s...
This review was first posted on Music, Books and TeaGraveminder was one of those books that I picked up on a whim from the library. The synopsis had hooked my interest, and whilst this is marketed as an adult book, I think that there was definitely some YA crossover appeal. This was the first I'd re...