Dexter meets This Savage Song in this dark fantasy about a girl who sells magical body parts on the black market until shes betrayed.Nita doesnt murder supernatural beings and sell their body parts on the internether mother does that. Nita just dissects the bodies after theyve been acquired. But when her mom brings home a live specimen, Nita decides she wants out dissecting living people is a step too far.But when she tries to save her mothers victim, she ends up sold on the black market in his place because Nita herself is a supernatural being. Now Nita is on the other side of the bars, and there is no line she wont cross to escape and make sure no one can ever capture her again. Nita did a good deed, and it cost her everything. Now shes going to do a lot of bad deeds to get it all back....
|Title||:||Not Even Bones|
|Number of Pages||:||368 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Not Even Bones Reviews
I love how messed up this world is and how equally messed up the MC is because I have never read anything like this before. The story is unique and well crafted, although I was a bit bored in the middle due to the slow pace (hence the lack of a star). The romance is a very slow burn - I was rooting for Kovit and Nita since their first meeting and this ship BETTER sail because now I am hella invested. Also, Fabricio can piss right off :) There is so much potential for where the story could go, I ...more
First of all, I'd like to thank Hallie over on Twitter for making my #bookishwish come true.
This book is dark and deeply messed up.
This book is billed as Dexter meets This Savage Song. I'm gonna be real with you, I didn't like Dexter and I couldn't get through 20 pages of This Savage Song, but I was very much interested in this book. I like horror and the idea of a teenage girl dissecting corpses her mom brings home is deeply chilling. I don't think I had any idea how much until I got into the ...more
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Not Even Bones sounded fresh and exciting from the beginning. Nita dissects supernaturals that her mom kills and sells the body parts online. While I though that would make a great story, instead Nita winds up on the supernatural black market herself. Most of the time not reading an entire blurb leads to nice plot surprises, but not so much in this case. It was still interesting, but not at all what I expected,
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Fantasy stories often have magic potions that are made up of the body parts of living creatures, even in Harry Potter, where bits of unicorn can be put into potions or wands - but where do those parts come from? NOT EVEN BONES explores that grim and unsavory concept in the form of Nita and her family, dealers in the magical black market, selling magical body parts to collectors, perverts, and criminals. Nita enjoys her work, with a blood-th ...more
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I love a dark book. Sometimes, books that are advertised as "dark" don't end up being such. Worry not, because Not Even Bones absolutely delivers on all promises of being messed up, while still managing to tell an intriguing story. I have seen some reviews that mention trigger warnings but... I wouldn't even know where to start, so I'll just say this: 'tis not for the squeamish among ...more
Nita has always had an interest in anatomy so jumping into the family business didn't seem like a bad thing when it let Nita study the corpses her mother brought home. You see, there's a market for the body parts of supernatural beings and Nita turns a blind eye to how her mother acquires these beings in the interest of her studies.
Nita however never expected her mother to show up one day with a live boy captive and still expect Nita to still procure the necessary body parts for profit. This is ...more
Where do I even start with this review? This book was just so unusual and gorily delightful that I was just surprised out of my reading stupor. It's been a while since a book captivated my attention like this one has, but it did.
This book stars Nita, who cuts up supernatural beings on her cutting table. The book is hailed as Dexter meets Savage Song, but I think that's a bit of a misnomer. I think it's more like I, Zombie. In any case, the book is not for the faint of heart, there are really gor ...more
OK, I am wishy-washy with this one. I didn't hate it but I didn't love it either. There is not enough in the backlight to like it. The middle to the ending was a bit better than the beginning but it wasn't great. Will review.