Sunday, July 30, 2017

Review: Carnival Keepers by Amber Gulley

31681640Carnival Keepers by Amber Gulley

It's 1879, and James, a time-wasting escapist, is trying to win a bet. His challenges include purchasing a lighthouse, hosting a séance, and spending the night with his father's prize-winning stallion in a notoriously haunted attic. But the Carnival is in town for the All Hallows' Eve celebrations, and the London fog has other ideas for James. Something vicious is waiting to pounce and lead him unwittingly towards a destiny he could never have imagined.

Pages: 296
Format: E-Book
Published By: World Castle Publishing, LLC
Genre: Adult - Horror, Fantasy, Historical
FTC Disclaimer: I received this book free to read and review, thanks to YA Bound and Amber Gulley.

Cover Review:
I love this cover: the design, the colors, all of it. It's just absolutey gorgeous.


So the the thing that really caught me from the beginning was Amber Gulley's writing style. I don't know what about it, but it just made the book feel like a quick read. I also thought the pacing was perfect. There were slow moments, but overall, the pacing was set just right.

The concept of this book alone intrigued me to pick Carnival Keepers up and read it, and it was just what I was looking for. Dark and horrific. The plot was amazing, and I loved the time period that this book took place in. The characters were all so well-written.

All in all, a book that I think is worth picking up and reading. It's different then a lot of the books that I have previously picked up, and I would definitely love to read more by Amber Gulley.

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