(The Diviners) [E–book] é Libba Bray

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The Diviners

Libba Bray ë 0 SUMMARY FREE DOWNLOAD µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ë Libba Bray READ & DOWNLOAD The Diviners Evangeline O'Neill has been exiled from her boring old hometown and sent off to the bustling streets of New York City and she is ecstatic It's 1926 and New York is filled with speakeasies Ziegfeld girls and rakish pickpockets The only catch is that she has to live with her uncle Will and his unhealthy obsession with the occult Evie worries he'll discover her darkest secret. THIS WAS SO DAMN GOODListening on audiobook was such a great experience I loved the writing and the story oh so chilling GIMME MORE

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Libba Bray ë 0 SUMMARY FREE DOWNLOAD µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ë Libba Bray READ & DOWNLOAD The Diviners Pp1 margin 00px 00px 00px 00px; font 110px Calibri pp2 margin 00px 00px 00px 00px; font 110px Calibri; min height 130pxA young woman discovers her mysterious powers could help catch a killer in the first book of The Diviners series a stunning supernatural historical mystery set in 1920s New York City from Printz Award winning and New York Times bestselling author Libba Bray. This book makes me feel so nostalgic for life in 1920s New York which is weird because I wasn t even alive for that decade so why do I miss it Seriously Is it just me or do other people get homesick from books You miss the comforting feeling of the characters and the world created by the author and wish to stay long after you turn the last pageThe impossible wonder of an era I was never a part of still snags at me and I can t wait to read the rest of the series So what s this book It s 1926 and when 17 year old Evie O Neill is unceremoniously banished to live in New York with her eccentric bachelor Uncle Will the curator of a museum of the occult Evie feels the first fragile unfurling of something she thinks might be freedom Evie full and heavy and burdened with a fearsome urgency to live decides that no rift in the earth will open between her and the greatest adventure of her life But things seldom go as one might expect and when a killer passes in secret through the streets of Manhattan and leaves no trace of themselves but fear and a string of gruesome murders Evie s uncle is tapped for help in solving them There s only horror now as new truths soon come clear to Evie she must reveal her long hidden supernatural ability to help the investigationand she might not be the only one touched with supernatural giftsFear is vying with courage and courage is winning in this suspense filled murder mystery cobbled together with a heady brew of visceral horror a wicked sense of pace threat and a lurking delight in causing jarring terror Libba Bray knows just how to twist the knife to make it hurt oh so good and how to turn the screw to make it almost too stressful to bear The slow unfurling of every new revelation is tantalizing you can scarcely feel the shape of it but it s clear that everything will change These mysteries are of course the driving heart of the novel but throughout moments of light and hope and love pierce through the storm clouds keeping the story from teetering too far into the unrelentingly sinister Bray is also an incredible writer with a good eye for lyrical text and the audiobook has such a way of enhancing the spine chilling and ghostly atmosphere she s craftedI m also hard put to think of a time period that better captures the eeriness and thrill of a roaring mystery than 1920s New York the stark contrast between the stately stasis of a respectable house and the desperate wildness of the speakeasy and the Ziegfeld girls is the perfect stage on which to turn a story on its head We are given a vivid glimpse of a time gone by and it s evident that the author went through painstaking work to make her world feel real using period specific language and detail to deftly create the sense of real places inhabited by relatable vividly rendered people all while liberally sprinkling all things magic and monsters and the unaccountableBut The Diviners is much than just about solving murder mysteries It s also about exploring the lives on their peripheries tangled character histories and perspectives craftily orbit the plot and the narration which is told through alternating voices lingers in their memories and livesEvie is both magnetic and obnoxious and there s a bull in china shop uality to her character In one vital way though she is different than your typical introverted meek and martyrish lady lead It s a bit amazing encountering a female protagonist who s allowed to be loud self absorbed and says exactly what she s thinking without a lick of tact to make it go down easier Strange as it sounds I was grateful for her haughtiness and recklessness even as I sometimes wrinkled my nose at her I think it works because Evie is also very self aware and the narrative acknowledges all of her flaws instead of just taking for granted that Evie s brashness is an uncontested virtue It s also not hard to see that most of the facades Evie puts out are a lie a ghost a stage role performed for a very select private audience Underneath is a frightened fragile girl still mourning the death of her big brother and wishing she could be enough for her parentsOf course this world wouldn t be as fascinating if it was just Evie soaking up the spotlight One of this book s strengths is making every character come alive step whole and entire onto the page even if only for the length of a scene or two including Memphis Campbell a young handsome black poet Sam Lloyd a rakish Russian pickpocket Theta Knight a mysterious dancer running from the ghosts of her pasts and Henry DeBois her gay musician roommate alongside Jericho Will s strange assistant Each of these kids is damaged trauma lingering in the creases or out in the open and each of them has a long journey ahead one that I m excited to see unfold in the next installmentsIt was therefore kind of unfortunate to discover that the last uarter of the book does not uite live up to the high water mark set by the rest of the novel some characters just conveniently disappear and don t reappear to influence the narrative at certain points and others turn up relatively late but play critical roles Also the budding of a romance took me off guard and felt unprecedented by everything that has come beforeBut at the end of the day these are two very small uibbles barely marring an immensely engrossing tale one that I hugely recommend wishlist blog twitter tumblr

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Libba Bray ë 0 SUMMARY FREE DOWNLOAD µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ë Libba Bray READ & DOWNLOAD The Diviners A supernatural power that has only brought her trouble so far When the police find a murdered girl branded with a cryptic symbol and Will is called to the scene Evie realizes her gift could help catch a serial killer As Evie jumps headlong into a dance with a murderer other stories unfurl in the city that never sleeps And unknown to all something dark and evil has awakened. Re read 8819 This was my first time reading this since the third book came out and Libba Bray is a foreshadowing MASTER I love this story and these characters so damn much and I cannot wait to re read Lair of Dreams next month This was a buddy read for the DivinersReadalong with Melanie Jane Madalyn The liveshow discussion will be on my channel on Friday August 16th at 6pm PST 9pm EST and we hope to see you thereRe read 10317 Finished this re read in one day because I AM OBSESSED OMG I love this book so damn much I forgot how much of a crush I have on Theta So excited to re read Lair of Dreams now and THEN THE THIRD BOOK IS FINALLY OUT AKZJUSAJBDUAJSRe read 82615 WOW I listened to this on audiobook as a reread in preparation for Lair of Dreams and my review has shot up from a 4 to a 5 out of 5 stars THIS WAS SO GOOD I can t wait to read Lair of Dreams now Oh man Original review 101414 I am pos i tute ly spooked This book was so creepy I loved it


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    (The Diviners) [E–book] é Libba Bray READ & DOWNLOAD The Diviners This book makes me feel so nostalgic for life in 1920s New York which is weird because I wasn’t even alive for that decade so why do I miss it? Seriously Is it just me or do other people get homesick from books? You miss the comforting feeling of the characters and the world created by the author and wish to stay long

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    (The Diviners) [E–book] é Libba Bray Libba Bray ë 0 SUMMARY READ & DOWNLOAD The Diviners Original Review 2018 This was pos i tute ly the perfect spooky Halloween read Supernatural powers Murder 1920s New York A creepy song that will haunt me for the rest of my life I can keep goingThere were times when I was genuinely scared usually when I was reading right before bed Let's just say I'll never be able to use the word naughty ever again without giving myself nightmaresThis book also had a huge cast of characters that we are ju

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    FREE DOWNLOAD µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ë Libba Bray (The Diviners) [E–book] é Libba Bray THIS WAS SO DAMN GOODListening on audiobook was such a great experience I loved the writing and the story oh so chilling GIMME MORE

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    (The Diviners) [E–book] é Libba Bray From a personal enjoyment level it's 25 stars unfortunately I was bored throughout the 600 pages of this story and kept waiting for it to be over The pacing suffered with a lot of the characters ambling around and could have been shortened to at least 300 This read like an overly drawn out setup rather than a concise narrative The characters felt very surface level; I could clearly tell the archetypes that e

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    (The Diviners) [E–book] é Libba Bray I don’t know how else to describe The Diviners except to say it’s pretty clear when reading this that Libba Bray set out to write a uintessentially American novel and good and bad she’s succeeded She may insi

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    Libba Bray ë 0 SUMMARY (The Diviners) [E–book] é Libba Bray 92515Finished re reading this and it was even better the second time Now I am finally reading the seuel and I'm very excited D Original Review 101012OH GOD OH MAN OH GOD OH MANSo yeah basically this book left me

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