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Enemies make the best allies.  Louie Thorne is good at one thing: killing. She knows peace only when she kills and this relentless thirst drives her to hunt the world's worst crime lords. But when her cancer-stricken aunt makes a dying wish, Louie is torn between her own dark nature and a promise made to the only family she has left.  Enter Konstantine, illegitimate son of t Enemies make the best allies.  Louie Thorne is good at one thing: killing. She knows peace only when she kills and this relentless thirst drives her to hunt the world's worst crime lords. But when her cancer-stricken aunt makes a dying wish, Louie is torn between her own dark nature and a promise made to the only family she has left.  Enter Konstantine, illegitimate son of the crime lord who killed Louie's family, and now the leader of the Ravengers—a ruthless crime faction from Florence's underworld. He didn't rise to power without making enemies and now one of those enemies has made Konstantine the most hunted man alive. Konstantine's only hope of reclaiming his throne is to trust the woman who wants him dead... Under the Bones is the second novel in the Louie Thorne / Shadows in the Water series. You do not have to read them in order to enjoy them, but it is recommended.


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Enemies make the best allies.  Louie Thorne is good at one thing: killing. She knows peace only when she kills and this relentless thirst drives her to hunt the world's worst crime lords. But when her cancer-stricken aunt makes a dying wish, Louie is torn between her own dark nature and a promise made to the only family she has left.  Enter Konstantine, illegitimate son of t Enemies make the best allies.  Louie Thorne is good at one thing: killing. She knows peace only when she kills and this relentless thirst drives her to hunt the world's worst crime lords. But when her cancer-stricken aunt makes a dying wish, Louie is torn between her own dark nature and a promise made to the only family she has left.  Enter Konstantine, illegitimate son of the crime lord who killed Louie's family, and now the leader of the Ravengers—a ruthless crime faction from Florence's underworld. He didn't rise to power without making enemies and now one of those enemies has made Konstantine the most hunted man alive. Konstantine's only hope of reclaiming his throne is to trust the woman who wants him dead... Under the Bones is the second novel in the Louie Thorne / Shadows in the Water series. You do not have to read them in order to enjoy them, but it is recommended.

30 review for Under the Bones

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alison

    Really enjoyed it. Was fast passed for the most part especially at the end. Loving the plots, surprises and the way the characters are developing. I like that it's not all given to you straight up. Skipped some though. I prefer less description and less repeat from the earlier book Really enjoyed it. Was fast passed for the most part especially at the end. Loving the plots, surprises and the way the characters are developing. I like that it's not all given to you straight up. Skipped some though. I prefer less description and less repeat from the earlier book

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary

    Under the Bones - a review by Rosemary Kenny Following in the intrepid footsteps of her late father, Lou Thorne is a paranormally-powered vigilante, with an arsenal of weapons and the ability to 'slip' through space and rematerialise where she desires without being seen to do so, in this new psychological thriller from Queen of the Night-world, Kory M Shrum. Though only killing evil-doers when necessary, Lou gives the benefit of the doubt (and medical assistance) to the wounded villain Konstantine Under the Bones - a review by Rosemary Kenny Following in the intrepid footsteps of her late father, Lou Thorne is a paranormally-powered vigilante, with an arsenal of weapons and the ability to 'slip' through space and rematerialise where she desires without being seen to do so, in this new psychological thriller from Queen of the Night-world, Kory M Shrum. Though only killing evil-doers when necessary, Lou gives the benefit of the doubt (and medical assistance) to the wounded villain Konstantine, who's the favored 'son' of Mob capo 'The Padre', which drives his actual son Nico into a murderous rage. A many-threaded literary tapestry is skillfully woven in Under the Bones and the conclusion will both thrill and enchant the reader. Not to be missed!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Karla

    Great Read! Get comfortable before you begin because you won't put this book down until the end. Lou is such an enigma and can even appear ruthless in her interactions with others but she draws you in. You'll find yourself cheering her on all the while wanting to know more about who she is and what makes her tick. I'm already anticipating the next book in this series. Great Read! Get comfortable before you begin because you won't put this book down until the end. Lou is such an enigma and can even appear ruthless in her interactions with others but she draws you in. You'll find yourself cheering her on all the while wanting to know more about who she is and what makes her tick. I'm already anticipating the next book in this series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Enjoyable Looking forward to what happens next. Especially the relationship between Lou and Konstantine. An original idea that is so well done. Lots of typos at the end of this one though.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jerrie

    So I have always enjoyed all of the books Kory has written. She has become one of my favorite authors. When I started this book for whatever reason I was having a hard time with it. I'm not sure what it was about it but I couldn't get into the story like normal. Of course being a book by Kory I continued it and am so glad I did. Once I got through the first several chapters I was once again pulled into the book and completely enjoyed it. Like all of her books I would recommend this to anyone who So I have always enjoyed all of the books Kory has written. She has become one of my favorite authors. When I started this book for whatever reason I was having a hard time with it. I'm not sure what it was about it but I couldn't get into the story like normal. Of course being a book by Kory I continued it and am so glad I did. Once I got through the first several chapters I was once again pulled into the book and completely enjoyed it. Like all of her books I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a good action story.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Great Even. Better than than the first book I couldn't put it down.. Can't wait to start the next book . Great Even. Better than than the first book I couldn't put it down.. Can't wait to start the next book .

  7. 5 out of 5

    Phthon

    That was just incredible! Kory Shrum knows how to write! I loved this book even more than the first one and I can’t wait to see what she offers us next!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    She has quickly become a favorite author. Clever,interesting books with wit and adventure.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cath

    This is the second book in the series of Lou Thorne Thrillers (Shadows in the Water) and follows Louie Thorne (goes by Lou) as she stays in the darkness or even water to hunt down her prey. If you have read book one, you would know that her parents were killed and she is seeking revenge against those on the list of people and their associates that had anything to do with their deaths. She is really good at killing and hunts down only those that deserve it. But now she has the problem of her only This is the second book in the series of Lou Thorne Thrillers (Shadows in the Water) and follows Louie Thorne (goes by Lou) as she stays in the darkness or even water to hunt down her prey. If you have read book one, you would know that her parents were killed and she is seeking revenge against those on the list of people and their associates that had anything to do with their deaths. She is really good at killing and hunts down only those that deserve it. But now she has the problem of her only family member, an Aunt Lucy, dying from cancer. She is the aunt who brought her up after her parent’s murder and taught her about her gift. She has am almost magical skill to go where she needs in an instant, but I don’t want to ruin what she can actually do and where she ends up with her kills – that’s for readers to discover – but it brings a great twist of magic, sci-fi and even fantasy creatures to the story. The only visitor to her aunt is Robert King, an old love interest and former DEA colleague of Lucy’s dead husband Jack. Lou finds it hard to visit the hospital due to all the fake light flooding everywhere. So avoids it as much as possible. Lou’s dying aunt Lucy makes a dying wish she wants Lou to keep. This makes her have to decide which to follow, her main desire to kill bad guys or a promise to her aunt, who won’t be around for much longer. Then she feels a call to an enemy of hers, Konstantine, the illegitimate son of the crime lord who killed her parents. He belongs to a gang called Ravengers, who run crime in Florence and further and has taken over after his ‘father’ died, leaving the former crime lords legitimate son, Nico, who was passed over by his own father and exiled, as an enemy for life. For Konstantine to stay alive then he has to place his trust in Lou, who has already tried to kill him in the past. A great read, which brings in a phenomenon called ‘slipping’, which I shall leave you to find out about, but gives a nice trait to the main character and her main line of work, as she would call it. Lou has to deal with difficult and emotional pressures in this book and this adds some extra depth to her character. You just keep on reading as you wait to see what will happen next and who is going to be the next in danger and who will be actually willing to help Lou in her quest. I received an ARC copy of this book from the author and have most recently read their book, Welcome to Castle Cove which was another fantastic book to read, with lots of twists and surprises to keep your attention. An author who knows how to keep readers interested and always wanting to come back for more. I can’t wait for their next book. I have freely given my own opinion of the book above.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Larryhill

    Kory Shrum toys with the senses, every one. She flicks colors, sounds, textures at you like sun glinting through shattered cathedral windows. I read her Shadows in the Water last year; loved it. She writes with incredible beauty and grace in an awesomely dark place. Characters so real you're sucking the beignet's sugar from your thumb before the first chapter's done. Under the Bones follows hard on Shadows. It sings like a dark hymn. One chapter reads like a love match between scorpions. As with S Kory Shrum toys with the senses, every one. She flicks colors, sounds, textures at you like sun glinting through shattered cathedral windows. I read her Shadows in the Water last year; loved it. She writes with incredible beauty and grace in an awesomely dark place. Characters so real you're sucking the beignet's sugar from your thumb before the first chapter's done. Under the Bones follows hard on Shadows. It sings like a dark hymn. One chapter reads like a love match between scorpions. As with Shadows, Bones returns to La Loon with shady characters in tow while Lou deals with her inner monsters. The writing is so good I'm writing this down while in the middle of the book. At this point I don't care how it ends; the journey is worth the price. Maybe I'll update when I'm finished. [Update: Late in the book, now.] Without reservation, I absolutely do not want to finish this book. There are few things I want less than to see it end. Every book is written a thousand times, every year. At some moment they all fall into patter and cliche. Gang brutality. Death of a loved one. The hesitance of giving. Fast women, hot cars ... This book is a "thriller". It says so on the Kindle page: "A Lou Thorne Thriller". Few books are so chock-a-block abrim with formula as the thriller. Every thriller's title gives away its salient points, while the cover picture yields all the needed details. Words are embellishment. None of that is true in Under the Bones, this thriller. Here, characters and situations are so rich and wonderful they bring laughs and tears at the same time. Epiphanic at times. Shallow cliche? Not even in the shadows. As I said, I'm not yet done with this book. I will try to make it last, but that hope is fast evaporating. [Update: the ending] Sadly, the book gave me no peace but accelerated to an explosive ending. One of the surprising attributes of both books is that each one is complete and satisfying while holding its well-defined position within the series. A third book, Danse Macabre, is in preparation.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Marjorie

    This is a series that needs to be read in order, yes there are flashbacks to help a reader new to this world out but they don't start until halfway through the book and may leave you a bit confused if you haven't read the first one. Be warned though, this second book really isn't a patch on the first one. By now I think we understand that when Lou moves in to a dark area she can transport herself to anywhere in the world she wants - and even to another world. At least once every chapter told fro This is a series that needs to be read in order, yes there are flashbacks to help a reader new to this world out but they don't start until halfway through the book and may leave you a bit confused if you haven't read the first one. Be warned though, this second book really isn't a patch on the first one. By now I think we understand that when Lou moves in to a dark area she can transport herself to anywhere in the world she wants - and even to another world. At least once every chapter told from Lou's perspective we get retold this bit of information and it started to really, really irritate me. There is also little to nothing in the way of character progression in this book. Lou starts the book as a murderous machine and ends it as a murderous machine that may be about to acknowledge she has feelings for more than just her Aunt. King is an alcoholic ex-cop who is really put through the emotional wringer in this novel, unfortunately he comes out the other side as an alcoholic ex-cop. Konstantine might be the kingpin of a well organised cadre of thieves, murderers and drug dealers but he is at least in touch with his emotions; sadly this doesn't give you much room for manoeuver with his character. There are then a few supporting artistes thrown in to the mix that have one character trait that defines them and that is it, all she wrote, so they feel cartoonish. Whilst the ending is explosive and has a few surprises in it, I couldn't help but be reminded of the end of Scarface and it did have a set piece feel to it rather than a natural conclusion to this particular thread. There is a plenty of action and some touching downtime spent with Lucy but, on the whole I found it rather a frustrating read and was more than happy to just dip in and out of it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn McBride

    I loved this book even more than I loved #1. It was fast paced, had a great human element, and did I mention Jabbers becomes a little more likeable? Kory layers even more of Louie's motivation and backstory into this novel, as well as her current...alliance (?) with Konstantine. There is action here, and a lot of it. There is justice, vengeance and near-perfect justice. This book, this series, is unlike anything else I have ever read. And in my 50 years of life, I've read a lot more than I've li I loved this book even more than I loved #1. It was fast paced, had a great human element, and did I mention Jabbers becomes a little more likeable? Kory layers even more of Louie's motivation and backstory into this novel, as well as her current...alliance (?) with Konstantine. There is action here, and a lot of it. There is justice, vengeance and near-perfect justice. This book, this series, is unlike anything else I have ever read. And in my 50 years of life, I've read a lot more than I've listed on Goodreads. This series is listed as paranormal because of Louie's gift. It is listed as action (or should be) because of Louie's brand of justice. It should be considered a classic because of Kory's ability to suck her readers in and not let go until the very end. To say her characters are realistic and well-drawn isn't the whole truth. They are so real you feel like you could sit down and have coffee with them. Well...maybe not Louie. She's not the type to sit down and swap gossip over a cup. You'd be best not to get her angry at you. Each important character in the Louie-verse, as I call it, has so much depth and so many nuances that you can't help but form some sort of connection with them. Even Konstantine. This book, this series, is multi-faceted, unforgettable and exquisite in its grip. If you enjoy paranormal, YOU SHOULD READ THIS SERIES!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kristine

    4.5 Stars Book 2 in this series was just as good as book 1. I'm beginning to worry a little about myself because I find that I am really rooting for a woman who is definitely quite a killer. She really is quite good at it and doesn't seem to have much in the way of a conscience. But, that's the thing. I think she is much more than what we have seen so far and I like the way the author is unpeeling her little by little. (and by that, I mean that at this rate, this is going to be a long process!) W 4.5 Stars Book 2 in this series was just as good as book 1. I'm beginning to worry a little about myself because I find that I am really rooting for a woman who is definitely quite a killer. She really is quite good at it and doesn't seem to have much in the way of a conscience. But, that's the thing. I think she is much more than what we have seen so far and I like the way the author is unpeeling her little by little. (and by that, I mean that at this rate, this is going to be a long process!) We see just a smidge with the situation with Lucy. Also, King is the character that I think we see the most growth in during this book. There is a little - and I do mean little - bit of progress between Konstantine and Lou but not nearly enough for my liking. I wonder how long we are going to have to wait to see what does or does not develop between the two. My heart just melts with the effort he goes to to help her, without trying to let her know. He is so afraid of doing anything to scare her off - what an unusual dynamic. Anyway - there is lots and lots of action. Many, many deaths, and an interesting storyline underneath it all. This only gets me excited to continue onward to the next book in the series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kaye

    TAPPING OUT!!! This is one suspense filled, action packed, thrilling, page turning read that hooks you from the start and reels you in for the duration. It takes you from one adventure to another with a strong female lead thats as bad a** as she is dangerous. The characters are intriguing, complex and realistic. The two main characters has an undeniable attraction to one another but the female fights it. A great balance of personalities that fit with their roles seemlessly. The scenes were so viv TAPPING OUT!!! This is one suspense filled, action packed, thrilling, page turning read that hooks you from the start and reels you in for the duration. It takes you from one adventure to another with a strong female lead thats as bad a** as she is dangerous. The characters are intriguing, complex and realistic. The two main characters has an undeniable attraction to one another but the female fights it. A great balance of personalities that fit with their roles seemlessly. The scenes were so vividly detailed and descriptive that it gives the illusion you were right there in the middle of ground zero with them. Twists and turns abound with nerve racking fervor and unquenchable blood lust. Kory draws you into his imagination and weaves a world around you until everything else ceases to exist. Awesome job Kory, thanks for sharing this remarkable read with us.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Julie Evans

    Loved this book just as much as the first! Felt it was complete enough also, with room for more in future books. Lou is a complicated character with a complicated life and some uncertain feelings. She also is BAD ASS! The supporting cast of characters for her are all lovable and described in great detail. This book should be read second as the character plots are built upon, but not absolutely necessary for total enjoyment. As unusual as it is for me, I just finished re-reading both the books in Loved this book just as much as the first! Felt it was complete enough also, with room for more in future books. Lou is a complicated character with a complicated life and some uncertain feelings. She also is BAD ASS! The supporting cast of characters for her are all lovable and described in great detail. This book should be read second as the character plots are built upon, but not absolutely necessary for total enjoyment. As unusual as it is for me, I just finished re-reading both the books in this series because I love the drama, characters, and story so much. The bit of sci-fi might not have been what I first seek out, but here is totally works. Just let the imagination go and enjoy! Kory keeps knocking it out of the park!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Stanley Hutchings

    Read "Shadows in the Water" first. The sequel starts soon after the first book, with Lucy dying of cancer, King by her side. Lou rescues Konstantine from a hostile takeover led by Nico, leaving many of Nico's men dead. She ends up bringing Konstantine back to heal his multiple wounds instead of killing him. Lou's feelings toward Konstantine remain ambiguous. Later, Lou returns from a mission almost dead, and Konstantine helps her regain her strength. Regrets for lost time and opportunities wrack Read "Shadows in the Water" first. The sequel starts soon after the first book, with Lucy dying of cancer, King by her side. Lou rescues Konstantine from a hostile takeover led by Nico, leaving many of Nico's men dead. She ends up bringing Konstantine back to heal his multiple wounds instead of killing him. Lou's feelings toward Konstantine remain ambiguous. Later, Lou returns from a mission almost dead, and Konstantine helps her regain her strength. Regrets for lost time and opportunities wrack King. Lou has trouble deciding whether Konstantine is a friend or enemy. The book ends with the final showdown between Konstantine and Nico, a bloody massacre with plenty of violence, blood, gore and in-the-nick-of-time rescues (so there will be a sequel: "Danse Macabre").

  17. 5 out of 5

    MELISSA

    Entertaining to the max This second book in the Lou Thorne series is as good or better than the first. A fascinating bit of “supernatural” with Lou’s ability to go where she wants within seconds by using shadow adds to the drama of her goal of ridding the world of drug lords and their ilk. Add in her Aunt Lucy, Lucy’s retired DEA agent King and (sigh) Konstantine and wow what gripping action to enjoy. I especially am enamored of the “Beast Of La Lorna” and the interesting relationship with Lou. I Entertaining to the max This second book in the Lou Thorne series is as good or better than the first. A fascinating bit of “supernatural” with Lou’s ability to go where she wants within seconds by using shadow adds to the drama of her goal of ridding the world of drug lords and their ilk. Add in her Aunt Lucy, Lucy’s retired DEA agent King and (sigh) Konstantine and wow what gripping action to enjoy. I especially am enamored of the “Beast Of La Lorna” and the interesting relationship with Lou. I am off to buy the third book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis E. Strode

    Compelling This is the second book in a series about a woman (Lou) born with a unique “gift” that she uses with a vengeance to fight drug lords. It is a graphic, violent and compelling read. As the author reveals glimpses into Lou’s traumatic past, readers are also given a peek into a very mysterious supernatural world that she is able to access through her talent. There are many avenues and interesting characters for future books in this series. Heads up: There is a lot of graphic language, viole Compelling This is the second book in a series about a woman (Lou) born with a unique “gift” that she uses with a vengeance to fight drug lords. It is a graphic, violent and compelling read. As the author reveals glimpses into Lou’s traumatic past, readers are also given a peek into a very mysterious supernatural world that she is able to access through her talent. There are many avenues and interesting characters for future books in this series. Heads up: There is a lot of graphic language, violence and death.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Irma Lero

    Under the Bones is my first read by this author and it won’t be my last. This book is fast paced, action packed with strong characters and incorporates most of the things I enjoy in a book and kept me guessing. This book is different than anything I’ve read and kept me on the edge of my seat and I wish I would of read Shadows in the Water first. Regardless love the dynamic between Lou and Robert King I loved what Lou did for Robert and and Lucy and wonder about the true connection between Lou and K Under the Bones is my first read by this author and it won’t be my last. This book is fast paced, action packed with strong characters and incorporates most of the things I enjoy in a book and kept me guessing. This book is different than anything I’ve read and kept me on the edge of my seat and I wish I would of read Shadows in the Water first. Regardless love the dynamic between Lou and Robert King I loved what Lou did for Robert and and Lucy and wonder about the true connection between Lou and Konstantine A great read aside from the typos but didn’t deter form the storyline.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lewis

    Excellent thriller & fantasy novel with unique main characters, crime, action, and pathos. The second novel of a series, it should be read in order to get the full enjoyment from the book as it builds on the characters and action of the first novel. Although the story lines are resolved, I am so fascinated by the characters in this series that I would love more books from this world to see what happens in Lou’s life.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Faith Sarfaty

    Love Lou Thorne and the Shadows in the Water series Love Lou, Lucy, Robbie, Mel, Penny, Konstantin. Plus there’s a special place in my heart for Jabber. Imagine being able to slip from place to place.......curse or gift. Woman vigilante, or trying to keep the world safe from the Mob, Drug Dealers and the like, while you right the injustice of having your parents murdered before your eyes. Can’t wait for the next book in the Series.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Thomas S. Iversen

    Italian mafia story meets american heroine... Kory M. Shrum knows how to write a good story. Thats for sure. Under the bones is the second book about Lou Thorne a dangerous heroine that is on a vendetta to clean up thia world... In very morally questionable ways.. The story is a very entertaining mix of action, humor, life, love and grotesque way of cleaning the world of bad influences. A solid 5 from Denmark to Kory.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    Lou seems like she should be an unlikable character, with her cold, ruthless, killer tendencies--but I can't help but love her to pieces. There's a tenderness in her memories and family connections, and a dark humor to her severity that tickles me. "Do you know how many dead bodies have been in that tub?" Konstantine has really grown on me, too. Of course, King and Lucy make this read bittersweet. Lou seems like she should be an unlikable character, with her cold, ruthless, killer tendencies--but I can't help but love her to pieces. There's a tenderness in her memories and family connections, and a dark humor to her severity that tickles me. "Do you know how many dead bodies have been in that tub?" Konstantine has really grown on me, too. Of course, King and Lucy make this read bittersweet.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

    While the tone of this series is already a bit dark I found this one lack some of the humour to the first feeling both darker and heavier because of Lucy’s illness, and the fallout from that. But I really enjoyed seeing more of Konstantine and finding out a bit more about his feelings towards Lou. And seeing once again how completely bad-ass Lou is even when trapped. Never, ever piss this woman off people.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Joseph R. McNeil

    Great Book better than the first one!!! I like how he built the relationship between the two main characters. Both are great characters and he carefully built the suspense between them. This is a great series getting ready to read the third in series!! I'm hoping he continues with this character as she is unique. Great Book better than the first one!!! I like how he built the relationship between the two main characters. Both are great characters and he carefully built the suspense between them. This is a great series getting ready to read the third in series!! I'm hoping he continues with this character as she is unique.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Normand Girard

    I read this book 2 years ago but listening to the audio book is a different experience. A thriller from start to finish - Lou and King get injured as Konstantine almost gets killed, but, strangely, Lou is the one nursing him back to health. Throw in a power struggle between 2 mobsters complete with a shoot out, then a pinch of sex and the death of Lucy (Lou's aunt) and you have a wonderful read. I read this book 2 years ago but listening to the audio book is a different experience. A thriller from start to finish - Lou and King get injured as Konstantine almost gets killed, but, strangely, Lou is the one nursing him back to health. Throw in a power struggle between 2 mobsters complete with a shoot out, then a pinch of sex and the death of Lucy (Lou's aunt) and you have a wonderful read.

  27. 4 out of 5

    M Jones

    I a convert to the supernatural thriller genre with this series! Well written, fast paced, hard to put down. Good character development. Really like the main character Lou Thorne (although she's a tad bloodthirsty!) and liked the sensitive treatment of the demise and death of Lucy. I a convert to the supernatural thriller genre with this series! Well written, fast paced, hard to put down. Good character development. Really like the main character Lou Thorne (although she's a tad bloodthirsty!) and liked the sensitive treatment of the demise and death of Lucy.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Emily Moore

    Kory is quickly becoming a favourite author. This book is so uniquely captivating, with such a diverse and beautiful character base and engrossing plot with mystery and heart in every chapter. Love it, can't wait for what happens next. Kory is quickly becoming a favourite author. This book is so uniquely captivating, with such a diverse and beautiful character base and engrossing plot with mystery and heart in every chapter. Love it, can't wait for what happens next.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Erlinda

    Under the bones. Lou Thorne I am really enjoying this series. If you like a little magic to your stories this one will do it. Not so much “magic” as supernatural, but it has enough and it’s different, so this series is enjoyable.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Monte Hickman

    Lou will win you over! When I first heard of Lou and her talents, I was skeptical, but she won me over. Talents like her's could come in handy. This is a very good read, in my opinion, especially if you like strong female protagonists. Lou will win you over! When I first heard of Lou and her talents, I was skeptical, but she won me over. Talents like her's could come in handy. This is a very good read, in my opinion, especially if you like strong female protagonists.

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