The Hallowed Ones
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Pages no: 320
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
This was my second time reading this book, and it was just as good as the first time, but so much more fun because a strong storm hit causing my power to go out for the rest of the night. I live in a remote area where the houses have long driveways, are set on 1.5-3 acres of land, separated by the ...
See more of my reviews at On The Nightstand.The Hallowed Ones is the very definition of a hidden gem. I honestly hadn't heard much about this book in my bookish circles--granted, I've been out of touch for a while now, so that may have played a part in it. When I read the summary, it sounded good en...
CoverloveThe cover is suited for a horror/mystery book. I was immediately in the mood for the story.My opinionI started the book way back in February and gave up on it at 50%. This is not unusual for me. Sometimes I come this far and think that the world or character building just is not good enough...
4.5 starsMy experience with Laura Bickle was with two of her adult stories (I didn't read those under the names of [a:Alayna Williams|3125621|Alayna Williams|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1297811257p2/3125621.jpg] though). I loved those and was a bit bummed when she didn't continue. Then I stumbled...
It was good, it had its problems and I feel that it should have a warning that if you have some pretty set religious beliefs on who goes to heaven or what is sacred, then you might find the underlying message of all religions being a different way to the same God, offending perhaps. Religion and wha...
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