Free ↠ Bone Crier's Moon By Kathryn Purdie –

Bone Crier's Moon Bone Criers Have A Sacred Duty They Alone Can Keep The Dead From Preying On The Living But Their Power To Ferry The Spirits Of The Dead Into Goddess Elara S Night Heavens Or Tyrus S Underworld Comes From Sacrifice The Gods Demand A Promise Of Dedication And That Promise Comes At The Cost Of The Bone Criers One True LoveAilesse Has Been Prepared Since Birth To Become The Matriarch Of The Bone Criers, A Mysterious Famille Of Women Who Use Strengths Drawn From Animal Bones To Ferry Dead Souls But First She Must Complete Her Rite Of Passage And Kill The Boy She S Also Destined To LoveBastien S Father Was Slain By A Bone Crier And He S Been Seeking Revenge Ever Since Yet When He Finally Captures One, His Vengeance Will Have To Wait Ailesse S Ritual Has Begun And Now Their Fates Are Entwined In Life And In DeathSabine Has Never Had The Stomach For The Bone Criers Work But When Her Best Friend Ailesse Is Taken Captive, Sabine Will Do Whatever It Takes To Save Her, Even If It Means Defying Their Traditions And Their Matriarch To Break The Bond Between Ailesse And Bastien Before They All Die

10 thoughts on “Bone Crier's Moon

  1. says:

    this story is all about a doomed romance i definitely believed the doomed part from the very beginning you know it isnt going to end well for the characters its the romance that i find less convincing i just dont see any concrete proof, other than faith in an old belief superstition, that bastien and ailesse are into

  2. says:

    i can see it now me nutting for this cover so hard that i read this book almost an entire year before it s released and then have to wait 2 years before the sequel comes out

  3. says:

    I got both of these books in an Owlcrate and FairyLoot box They have some differences, both with sprayed edges and one with a poster under the dust jacket I knew I wouldn t like this book because of animal killings BUT, the book was boring as hell to me and I just didn t like it.I would also like to beg the book world to let Charlie Bow

  4. says:

    TRIGGER WARNING Explicit scenes of animal hunting, murder and removal of their bones OkaySo I m debating whether to give it 3 stars or keep it at 4.I ve just finished the book and I don t fully understand that it has already finished I mean, I know it s the first part of a duology but I think I have been missinginformation I haven t finished beli

  5. says:

    The artist Charlie Bowater who did the cover of this book is too good for this planet This book could suck ass but I will make room for it on my shelves 50 shades will just have to sit on the floor.

  6. says:

    Thank you, Edelweiss, for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review I thoroughly enjoyed this and feel like it s an easy story to read in one sitting Not because it s a simple story but because it s addicting The world is unique and so is the magic system I ve never read a book like this one, where the characters use animal bones and get strength and

  7. says:

    Bone Crier s Moon was a riveting read set in a French inspired world about the lengths people go to for love and loyalty The moon waxed and waned, the stakes were high and the relationships were compelling I definitely thought it was a story with a lot of potential.Plot 4 5Characters 4 5Writing 4 5Bone Criers or Ferriers were women who ferried the souls of the dead to either

  8. says:

    6 12 19OMG, is this really happening Am I actually loving this cover with cover models character art OMG I amstar crossed lovers Ailith, a magical siren and soul ferrier, and Bastien, her soulmate who s hell bent on avenging his murdered father, are fated to kill one anotherAm I the only one who kind wants it to end with one or both of them dying I don t know I just want something that

  9. says:

    Well, this is a first Two stars always felt too harsh to me, but I just couldn t with this book It all stems from one very OBVIOUS thing that is lacking character depth Who was Aileese besides a Bone Crier Siren you ask I HAVE NO IDEA She was literally just some girl had to kill some guy to secure her role in her society of Bone Criers No depth to her character at all We got no backstory, no uni

  10. says:

    Rated 3.5 5 starsOk, so this was set to be a 4 star read for the most part I really enjoyed how melodramatic it was, it being high stakes life or death from the very beginning It was fascinating learning about the Bone Crier s lifestyle, their systems and history that ultimately lead to this moment in the book I also found the characters fun to read about, the personalities feeling authentic and crashing

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