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Autumn Thorns by Yasmine Galenorn {5 Stars}

Autumn Thorns by Yasmine Galenorn {5 Stars}

Autumn Thorns by Yasmine Galenorn (Whisper Hollow #1)
Published by Penguin on Oct. 27th, 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Page Length: 292 pages
How I got my copy: BookLender
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In an all-new series, New York Times bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn invites readers to Whisper Hollow, where spirits walk among the living and the lake never gives up her dead…

Fifteen years ago, I ran away from Whisper Hollow, Washington, a small town on Crescent Lake in the Olympic Peninsula. But truth is, if you were born here, you can never really leave. I’m Kerris Fellwater, and when I returned, I inherited my grandmother’s house—and her gift. As a spirit shaman, it’s my responsibility to drive the dead back to their graves, because around Whisper Hollow, people—and secrets—don’t always stay buried.

When I was little, I was told my mother ran off. But now it looks like she was murdered. With the help of my mysterious neighbor Bryan, we begin to unravel the mystery of her disappearance, and in doing so, unearth a dark force seeking to bury Whisper Hollow. Now I must work with the dead, rather than against them, because our enemy will do whatever she can to destroy the town, and she means to start with me.

5 Stars

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Book Discussion

I’m in love with Booklender

I would have had this post written up days earlier, but every time I open the BookLender site, I end up adding books to my queue for an hour instead of grabbing the link and typing this up! I’m still kind of amazed that I had never heard discussion of this site in all my time book blogging. You need to know about this!

Storytime! So as I’m transitioning away from requesting review copies at all, I started missing book mail. It is just so fun to get unexpected books in the mail! I would put in hold requests at my library and that sort of worked for surprise book arrivals but my library holds ALWAYS all come in at the same time! Like, it is a rule of the universe I think. And therefore I just got stressed once again about reading them before they were due back. Anytime I have two books that I want to read equally much (i.e. library hold requests) and I have to pick one not to read at that moment, my heart hurts. It strangely makes it harder for me to enjoy the one I do pick to read immediately since I keep looking at the abandoned one sitting sadly in the corner. [Read more…]