Ninth HouseBook - 2019 | First United States edition.
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The book that reignited my love of fantasy. If you like dark compelling stories filled with magic, murder and ivy league secret societies this is a must read! The writing is excellent, fair warning some of the themes are quite violent. The first in a new series by Leigh Bardugo who is well known ... Read More »
If you like dark compelling stories filled with magic, murder and ivy league secret societies this is a must read! The writing is excellent, fair warning some of the themes are quite violent. The first in a new series by Leigh Bardugo who is well known for her fantasy novels.
ChristchurchTeens Apr 30, 2020
Leigh Bardugo dramatically turns away from the fare of her YA novels in this dark and gritty fantasy set at present-day Yale. Alex Stern is plucked from her past of drug addiction and murder to be offered a second chance – to join the House of Lethe and monitor the occult activities of the eight ... Read More »
takeclare Jan 04, 2020
Ninth House is based on a beguiling premise - a young woman with a dark past who can see ghosts joins an organisation tasked with overseeing the dark occult practices of Yale University's secret societies. For me, however, this novel faltered under a surfeit of plot intricacies, and a hackneyed p... Read More »