House of Ivy & Sorrow
Transparent author Natalie Whipple is back with another refreshing blend of realistic romance and light-hearted humor with a one-of-a-kind paranormal touch. Fans of Charmed, Kiersten White's Paranormalcy trilogy, and Maggie Stiefvater's The Raven Boys won't want to miss this spellbinding... show more
Transparent author Natalie Whipple is back with another refreshing blend of realistic romance and light-hearted humor with a one-of-a-kind paranormal touch. Fans of Charmed, Kiersten White's Paranormalcy trilogy, and Maggie Stiefvater's The Raven Boys won't want to miss this spellbinding contemporary tale of magic, first love, and high-stakes danger.Jo Hemlock is not your typical witch. Outside the walls of her grandmother's ivy-covered house, she's kept her magical life completely separate from her life in high school. But when the Curse that killed her mother resurfaces, it threatens to destroy not only her life but her grandmother's too—and keeping her secret may no longer be an option.
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
HOUSE OF IVY AND SORROW Natalie Whipple Paperback, 360 pages Published April 15th 2014 by HarperTeen ISBN: 0062120182 (ISBN13: 9780062120182) also on Kindle and AudioCD Natalie Whipple is an author that I would definitely read again. House of Ivy and Sorrow's characters are well developed, even th...
It was the title that really caught my attention on this one. I must admit this was one I had rather low expectations for after skimming through some of the reviews. That being said, once I started, I couldn't put it down. I loved it. I loved the unique way witchcraft was written, while it was as...
I think I should take a break from reading ARCs. I swear that this is the nth ARC I’ve given a less than 3 star rating this year. And it makes me feel guilty because most of the ARCs that I’ve reviewed are debut novels. It’s like I am the Grinch, hellbent on crushing the dreams of new authors. >,< ...
Read this review, and many more on my blog October Tune!Josephine Hemlock and her grandmother have lived in peace for almost ten years now. Ten years since the Curse took Jo's mother. But now, the curse is back, bringing more and more danger with it, and not just threatening Jo and her grandmother, ...
a copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher in exchange for my honest review. Actual Rating: 3.5 stars I was extremely excited when I got the eARC of this book. The cover was gorgeous, the premise was intriguing, and I love books about witches! Then I started to see all the negative revi...
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