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The Luminaries
The Luminaries | Susan Dennard
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From the New York Times bestselling author of the Witchlands series comes a haunting and high-octane contemporary fantasy, about the magic it takes to face your fears in a nightmare-filled forest, and the mettle required to face the secrets hiding in the dark corners of your own family. Hemlock Falls isn't like other towns. You won't find it on a map, your phone won't work here, and the forest outside town might just kill you. Only the Luminaries, a society of ancient guardians, stand between humanity and the nightmares of the forest that rise each night. Winnie Wednesday, an exile from the Luminaries, is determined to restore her family's good name by taking the deadly hunter trials on her sixteenth birthday. But when she turns to her ex best friend Jay Friday for help, they discover a danger lurking in the forest no one in Hemlock Falls is prepared for. Not all monsters can be slain, and not all nightmares are confined to the dark. "You'll want to get lost in the world of The Luminaries again and again. Leigh Bardugo, #1 New York Times bestselling author At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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NataliePatalie
The Luminaries | Susan Dennard
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Mehso-so

Just finished this one. Was seeing lots of hype for it but honestly wasn't super into it? Not much substance, main character wasn't interesting and the only juicy reveal wasn't until the end, but not interesting enough that I'd read another one. Felt very 2010 supernatural YA trilogy.

Blueberry Good short review. 4w
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NataliePatalie
The Luminaries | Susan Dennard
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1. Probably 2 stars so far hahah.
2. Welcome to Night Vale (also reread Station Eleven, so obviously that was good, but I think picking that is cheating a bit)
3. Libraries (even though mine does not have an adult summer reading program, which I am bitter about)

@Blueberry @Eggs #wondrouswednesday

Blueberry Libraries 💙 4mo
Eggs Love summer adult reading programs 💙🦋💗 4mo
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