Publish date: 2016-10-11
Publisher: Amulet Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
~*Full review here on The Bent Bookworm!*~Feels:“America is the land of liberty, Danny dearest,” Corinne said. “She won’t stand for Prohibition, mark my words.”This book feels like a gangster movie with a few twists. Also not everyone dies, like in most gangster movies I’ve seen. I felt like I was s...
1919-set historical fantasy, which seems to be a Thing at the moment? But I liked this version–the friendship between Ada and Corinne really drove the book for me (you all know how I love a good female friendship). I kind of saw the big twist coming, and there were a few clunky moments, but overall ...
I loved the cover of this book. You hardly ever see a black cover model. I really like the art deco feel to both the cover and the chapter headings. It's all so very pretty. I also liked the world that Destiny Soria has built. The story takes place in an alternate Boston in 1919 where society has ...
Overall just disappointed with this read. I fell in love with the book and the premise (alternate version of Boston in 1919 with a class of human beings called hemopaths being outlawed). However, the author chose to dump us right in the middle of the story instead of developing the characters we wer...
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