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Heart of Thorns

In the ancient river kingdom, touch is a battlefield, bodies the instruments of war. Seventeen-year-old Mia Rose has pledged her life to hunting Gwyrach: women who can manipulate flesh, bones, breath, and blood.Not women. Demons. The same demons who killed her mother without a single scratch. But when Mia's father suddenly announces her marriage to the prince, she is forced to trade in her knives and trousers for a sumptuous silk gown. Only after the wedding goes disastrously wrong does she discover she has dark, forbidden magicthe very magic she has sworn to destroy....

Title : Heart of Thorns
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ISBN : 9780062447708
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 464 pages
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Heart of Thorns Reviews

  • mith

    this review + others can be found over on my blog!


    I loved this book! Though, frankly, it might have to do with Quin, but I'll get there.

    In the grand scheme of things, Heart of Thorns isn't entirely different from most other fantasy books. What does make it stand out is that only women have magic! And they're seen as demons. (Figures lmao) So of course our main character, Mia, is such a "creature"!

    I loved Mia, though. Throughout the book, it was easy to sympathise with her, in more ways than

  • FairyLoot

    Loved this so much!

  • destiny ♎ [howling libraries]

    I heard "bi male love interest" and "fiercely feminist", so, uh... here we are.

  • Melanie

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

    “Once upon a time, in a castle carved of stone, a girl plotted murder.”

    Hello, friends! This is going to be a hard one to review. I honestly feel like this is a solid 2.5 star read, but some aspects make me want to raise that rating and others make me want to lower it. I will say the end of this book is phenomenal. Like, easily the best part. And it was so good that I want to continue on. But the rest, especially the ...more

  • Sahithi

    "Your clavicle throws the most beautiful shadows"

    "If she had understood the way blood flowed through the vena arteriosa to the heart's left chamber, or known how to invoke the subtle rhythm of the cariac systole- she might have saved her mother's life."

    "She dug her fingertips into the bridge of her nose. 'The sphenoid bone. It's like my whole cerebrum is on fire.'"


    As a medical student, I can assure you that no one speaks like this. Such phrases generally never come out of one's mouth oral c

  • 🦊 Jessi ♥️ H. Vojsk

    I’m so sorry, but I just can’t get into this book.

    The first sentence was so catching, first it was okay, but then it got freakin bad and I hated it.

    The last thing I know they were on an air balloon - and I thought this was a book in a medieval world - and I was like: what?

    I just couldn’t get into the whole magic system - I couldn’t really understand it.

    It was so plain and basic.

    I read a few reviews so I would know if I should continue and many people said the last 30 % were the best. But I

  • Christopher DeWan

    I've already read a manuscript of BLACK ROSE, and it's a great adventure, full of beautiful insights and heartbreaking revelations. I can't wait to see the final draft and the other books in the series.

  • Paula Roussel (She Sniffs Books)

    Anyone else having a hard time rating and reviewing this book? Because I am...I have to think about this review for a few days...