"The moody tale throughly embraces the rich history, occult lore and complex issues of race, ethnicity, class and culture that have defined New Orleans for centuries, turning the city into a character in its own right." — Publishers Weekly, starred review --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
I enjoyed it. It does drag in places, but the characters are engaging. I would recommend it although it wasn't what I expected.Published 7 days ago by Kindle Customer
What a fabulous and different story! Great attention to details of New Orleans customs, places, and people! Read morePublished 15 days ago by Marci B.
I really liked this book. It was my first time reading a YA book, I thought it would be a bit immature, but it wasn't. I couldn't wait to pick it up and read each night.Published 1 month ago by Newtobooks
My husband and I visit NOLA every July. I read the book prior to one of our visits. It was better than I expedited.Published 3 months ago by Eileen M. Brzozowski
Well written, enjoyable novel. Author has obviously spent time in New Orleans, and made me feel like I was there too.Published 3 months ago by Appalachia1417Amazon Customer