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Lady Helen and the Dark Days Club - Community Reviews back

by Alison Goodman
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Just One More Chapter
Just One More Chapter rated it 4 years ago
It's hard to believe that so many of my GR friends loved this book to teensy smithereens. I don't know... I'm torn. While it was an extensively researched, meticulously delivered, well written Historic Fantasy with strict proprietry and rigid expectations abound, I just didn't love it. I might not b...
Malin rated it 5 years ago
Lady Helen Wrexhall is 18 and nervous about her imminent presentation to the Queen. As her parents died when Helen was young, and there is scandal attached to her mother (she is believed to have been a traitor), Helen and her brother have been raised by their aunt and uncle. She desperately hopes th...
NerdyBirdie rated it 5 years ago
I’ve heard a lot of things about The Dark Days Club. I’m a huge sucker for historical fiction and if historical fiction is combined with fantasy then I’m bound to read it! AlthoughThe Dark Days Club was more of a historical fiction to me instead of a gothic/fantasy book, I was still interested enoug...
sunsetxcocktail rated it 5 years ago
Calling it quits at 230 pages. It's taken this long to get to the paranormal element and while that bit is rather unique and interesting I'm still bored. It's been almost two months since I started this and not very excited when I pick it up again so time to DNF. I may try this again at another time...
VictoriaNickers rated it 5 years ago
This book is so well written, and even though it seemed to take me an eternity to read, I enjoyed every moment. I would describe this book a cross breed between half historical fiction and half steampunk. My feelings while reading were somewhat all over the place. I loved and hated most of the cha...
Yzabel rated it 5 years ago
[I received a copy of this book through Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review.]3,5 stars. A bit slow, but I realised I didn't mind this: mostly it was due to the depiction of Regency Era daily life for a young noblewoman debuting in society, and considering that this was one of the stakes in t...
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