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Freshly dropped out of college and desperate to forget about why, twin brothers and amateur necromancers Maverick and August are scraping their way through the backwaters of the Deep South in search of superstitions to prey upon and grief to exploit. Armed with a stolen pile of old letters, an inescapable sense of foreboding, and an ominous, thinly-veiled warning about the ...more
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Published October 31st 2018
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Mar 24, 2020 rated it really liked it
I really liked the story overall, but at points I felt lost and couldn't really follow all the events that had already happened. AA is a very talented writer that really captivates you in any story she's involved with. I would definitely recommend reading. ...more
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Sep 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Very very enjoyable! The brother's relationships are on point and I would die for them! The plot is interesting and the plot twist is great! Waiting on tenterhooks for the sequel! ...more
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Aug 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
OKAY, WOW. just reread this a week (?) ago and was SHOCKED and HORRIFIED that i didn't post a review the first time because THIS!! STORY?? IS!! AMAZING!! absolutely perfect for getting into the spooky autumn spirit. as always anderson's prose is beautiful and lingering, and you can almost taste the air outside of the old house. 10/10, can't wait for light as a feather! ...more
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Andrea Anderson was born and raised in the part of Southern California that people were really, really interested in making TV shows about in the early-mid 2000’s, and roughly ten years after leaving still can’t decide if she misses it or not. Currently, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and children, as well as several cats, a dog, some deer, and the actual, literal bear who occ ...more

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