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PDF ë BOOK Ninth House ¸ EYLTRANSFERSERVICES » ❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Ninth House (Alex Stern Book 1) Author Join or create book clubs – Eyltransferservices.co.uk A LOCUS AWARD FINALISTThe mesmerizing adult debut from Leigh Bardugo a tale of power privilege dark magic and murder set among the Ivy League eliIngA LOCUS AWARD FINALISTThe mesmerizing adult debut from Leigh Bardugo a tale of power privilege dark magic and murder set among the Ivy League eliteGalaxy Alex Stern is the most unlikelymember of Yales freshman class Raised in the Los Angeles hinterlands by a hippie mom Alex dropped out of school early and into a world of shady drug dealer boyfriends dead end jobs and much much worse In factby age twenty she is the sole survivor of a horrific unsolved multiple homicide Some might say shes thrown her life away But at her hospital bed Alex is offered a second chance to attend one of the worlds most prestigious universities ona full ride Whats the catch and why her?Still searching for answers Alex arrives in New Haven tasked by her mysterious benefactors with monitoring the activities of Yales secret societies Their eight windowless tombs arethe well known haunts of the rich and powerful from high ranking politicos to Wall Streetsbiggest players But their occult activities aresinister andextraordinary than anyparanoid imagination might conceive Theytamper with forbidden magic They raise the dead And sometimes they prey on the livin This was a hard book to read The writing style was so awkward that it took until half way through the book to get a true sense of what was going on I read this with a group and everyone felt the sameIn my opinion this book was way over hyped and definitely not fantasy Paranormal maybe but not fantasy Also read like YA than adult

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IvingA LOCUS AWARD FINALISTThe mesmerizing adult debut from Leigh Bardugo a tale of power privilege dark magic and murder set among the Ivy League eliteGalaxy Alex Stern is the most unlikelymember of Yales freshman class Raised in the Los Angeles hinterlands by a hippie mom Alex dropped out of school early and into a world of shady drug dealer boyfriends dead end jobs and much much worse In factby age twenty she is the sole survivor of a horrific unsolved multiple homicide Some might say shes thrown her life away But at her hospital bed Alex is offered a second chance to attend one of the worlds most prestigious universities ona full ride Whats the catch and why her?Still searching for answers Alex arrives in New Haven tasked by her mysterious benefactors with monitoring the activities of Yales secret societies Their eight windowless tombs arethe well known haunts of the rich and powerful from high ranking politicos to Wall Streetsbiggest players But their occult activities aresinister andextraordinary than anyparanoid imagination might conceive Theytamper with forbidden magic They raise the dead And sometimes they prey on the liv We're often told not to review a book unless we finished reading it However I think it's fair to tell readers that a book was such a combination of boring and confusing that a purchaser at full and not cheap price abandoned it about a uarter of the way through as trouble than it was worth

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Ninth House Alex Stern Book 1A LOCUS AWARD FINALISTThe mesmerizing adult debut from Leigh Bardugo a tale of power privilege dark magic and murder set among the Ivy League eliteGalaxy Alex Stern is the most unlikely member of Yales freshman class Raised in the Los Angeles hinterlands by a hippie mom Alex dropped out of school early and into a world of shady drug dealer boyfriends dead end jobs and much much worse In fact by age twenty she is the sole survivor of a horrific unsolved multiple homicide Some might say shes thrown her life away But at her hospital bed Alex is offered a second chance to attend one of the worlds most prestigious universities on a full ride Whats the catch and why her?Still searching for answers Alex arrives in New Haven tasked by her mysterious benefactors with monitoring the activities of Yales secret societies Their eight windowless tombs are the well known haunts of the rich and powerful from high ranking politicos to Wall Streets biggest players But their occult activities aresinister andextraordinary than any paranoid imagination might conceive They tamper with forbidden magic They raise the dead And sometimes they prey on the l I didn’t regret buying the Six of Crows duology in hardcover but I sure regret buying Ninth House in hardcover There’s a reason most of the praise blurbs on the cover are from horror writers And I read an interview with the author where she said it’s considered adult because of the structure but I disagree—it’s because of the sex and graphic violence I'd bet It reads a lot like early Anita Blake minus vampires I don’t know whether it’s an effort to break out of the epic fantasy box to go gritty magical realism but this is really just another magic at college book And as far as structure goes it's told in flashbacks takes you right out of the story It’s about survival and privilege or the lack thereof than growing up though there is growth It’s totally young adult But it’s urban fantasy leaning towards horror and I see no reason to pay hardcover prices for this book especially if it manages to become a series