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All These Bodies
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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VioletMoonBooks
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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BookBosomed1 I do this with my friends every year! Also, @MaleficentBookDragon is doing a swap like this if you are interested. 3w
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jackilynn
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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We have really been struggling trying to get Teens interested in our library lately so we have decided to take a new approach. We have created a library tiktok. I am slowly learning how to create/navigate it. It definitely takes some patience. Now, I should probably start the book club book in hopes that someone might actually show up.

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VioletMoonBooks
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In the summer of 1958, the murders that would come to be known as the “Bloodless Murders” or the “Dracula Murders” swept through the Midwest, beginning in Nebraska and sawing through Iowa and Wisconsin before turning back to my hometown of Black Deer Falls, Minnesota.
#AllTheseBodies #KendareBlake #firstline #openingline #book #books #bookbag #bookbags #YoungAdult #Horror #Mystery #Thriller #HistoricalFiction #Paranormal #mysteryThriller 💘💘💘💘

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LittlebearReads
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I‘ve been fond of Blake since “Anna Dressed in Blood,” and while this one certainly wasn‘t bad—and just an easy afternoon‘s worth of reading—I do feel like it could have gone weirder, darker, and just all the Blake things. The ultimate explanation for how Marie got coated in blood is good, but not quite spooky enough. That said, I‘d still recommend this one for spooky season!

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VioletMoonBooks
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Rachiiebookdragon
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
Mehso-so

This was a ok read.

3.75/5

Read for prompts for:

#52BookClubReadingChallenge2022
#Buzzwordathon2022

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VioletMoonBooks
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This was an amazing read. Just when I thought I knew what was going to happen, and then it completely caught me off guard. The ending is what really caught me off guard. It did not end how I thought it would. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
#AllTheseBodies #KendareBlake #book #books #bookkeeper #bookkeeperlife #bookkeeping #bookloot #booklist #booklust #booklove #booklover #booklovers #bookloversunite #bookz #bookzesty #YoungAdult #Horror #Mystery #Thriller #Historical

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VioletMoonBooks
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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VioletMoonBooks
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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BooksNBowls Oooh i used to looove the House of Night series! Maybe I‘ll reread them soon? 6mo
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VioletMoonBooks
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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BennettBookworm I LITERALLY DO THIS 😂😂😂 7mo
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emmaturi
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This is a YA, horror, historical crime novel set in America. It's a gruesome at times but still interesting. A 15 year old girl is arrested for possibly being involved in a string of murders. The bodies are all drained of blood. It's gripping.

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VioletMoonBooks
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VioletMoonBooks
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Sixteen bloodless bodies. Two teenagers. One impossible explanation. In this edge-of-your-seat mystery from #1 New York Times bestselling author Kendare Blake, the truth is as hard to believe as it is to find.
#AllTheseBodies #KendareBlake #book #books #bookdesign #bookdesigner #bookdeal #bookdeals #bookdragon #bookdragons #bookfeature #bookfeatures #bookfair #bookfan #bookfandom #bookfever #bookfrenzy #Horror #YoungAdult #Mystery #Thriller 💗💗💗

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ekgbow
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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Let me start by saying I am a complete chicken; I cannot read/watch/hear scary horror things. Next: This book was thrilling & full of unsuspecting twists. I now believe in creatures that roam the night with vigilance. This story terrified me to my core with something raw, tangible, & completely human. Many times I found myself a little too on edge. This book & Marie's story swallowed me whole, and I am in awe of this story & its beautiful telling.

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ekgbow
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"Seventeen-year-old nobody from nowhere, who wanted to be a journalist someday but hadn't gotten further than delivering papers. Unqualified. Untested. Take your pick of descriptors that mean a kid in over his head."



I'm not one for scary, horror, thriller books or movies but this story caught my attention in the blink of an eye and I cannot wait to read this thrilling, epic adventure story full of suspense and scary curiosity

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VioletMoonBooks
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monalyisha
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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Mehso-so

Not at all what I was expecting. This YA murder mystery, with a Criminal Minds meets SVU vibe, is more about the Horror(s) that people are capable of when they‘ve been hurt than it is about jump scares or supernatural beings. Though it‘s true that vampires have always been about power & sexual politics (which is why it was so thrilling that the first vampire featured on Buffy was female…but I digress). A slow read with some style issues.👇🏻

monalyisha 1/2: I‘ve never read Kendare Blake before…& I wasn‘t bowled over. This felt pretty dry with a lot more telling than showing. I also wonder about the choice to only write from a male character‘s POV when part of the problem *is* the male gaze. Does Blake‘s authorial choice help to drive the point home? Or, is it a cop out to maintain the mystery? (edited) 9mo
monalyisha 2/2: I appreciated Marie‘s insistence that *she* be the one to decide which parts of her story were important and which weren‘t, & Blake‘s overall focus on the dangers of womanhood (both as victim and perpetrator). Her message about the public‘s limited imagination (when it comes to gender & other, equally fictitious topics) is a strong one. (edited) 9mo
Librariana Very interesting thoughts and valid points! It sounded like it had a promising premise/setup with the Criminal Minds/SVU vibes. Shame it didn't quite deliver. 9mo
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LeeRHarry I read this author‘s Three Dark Crowns series and loved it but was definitely underwhelmed by this one. The author is bringing out a book based on the Buffyverse, later this year I think. (edited) 9mo
monalyisha @LeeRHarry Doing my very level best not to respond to your news in all caps with all manner of punctuation marks. I will say a very calm & poised: thank you very much for this information. 9mo
monalyisha @LeeRHarry Who am I kidding? WHAAAATTTT?!?! HOW DID I NOT KNOW ABOUT THIS?!?!?! 9mo
LeeRHarry @monalyisha 🤣🤣 9mo
LeeRHarry It‘s actually out already so… 9mo
Clare-Dragonfly Hmm, I loved this author‘s first book but was very disappointed by the sequel. This sounds super up my alley, though! 9mo
monalyisha @LeeRHarry Oh, I saw. Believe me, I googled that so fast! 😅 It took everything I had not to run out & buy it today, abandoning everything else I‘m currently reading in the process. I hope it‘s not terrible! 🤞🏻 9mo
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monalyisha
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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Did I host the first meeting of our new, horror-themed book club for teens at the Library today? I did.

Did anyone come? They did not. 🙈

But hey, they missed out on a lively (or undead?) discussion about serial killers & gender, a thrilling video by Ask a Mortician‘s Caitlin Doughty about New England‘s *very real* “Vampire Panic,” blood-filled (ok…Cherry Cordial-flavored) Hershey‘s Kisses, & a newspaper flower craft. I was READY to…slay.

Brooke_H Oh noooo! Maybe they‘ll come next time… 9mo
RamsFan1963 I would have come, sounds like a great time and I'm not even that into horror. 9mo
readordierachel Oh bummer, that sounds awesome! 9mo
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Bklover I‘d have been there! 9mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego That's too bad, that sounds like an awesome book club. 9mo
Amiable I don‘t even read horror and that sounds like an amazing discussion! 9mo
Blh87 I would have FOR SURE been there. That is amazing. 9mo
BiblioLitten I would have been there! So cool 😎 9mo
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Meshell1313
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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Mehso-so

Definitely felt the Truman Capote connections.

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Rissa1
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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Mehso-so

This book was ehh. I wanted more instead of the drawn out story. I have read this author in the past and like her books, this wasn't a hit for me. I will be keeping it in case my son wants to read it in the next few years.

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DarkMina
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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Mehso-so

167 of 2021. The midwest is plagued by a string of murders which lead up to the last one in Minnesota. At the scene they find a girl soaked in blood. Could she be the killer or is there some other explanation? This was a little anticlimactic. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

BookDragonNotWorm I agree, but it had such promise though! 13mo
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DarkMina
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#FirstLineFridays

“In the summer of 1958, the murders that would come to be known as the “Bloodless Murders” or the “Dracula Murders” swept through the Midwest, beginning in Nebraska and sawing through Iowa and Wisconsin before turning back to my hometown of Black Deer Falls, Minnesota. “

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DarkMina
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#thoughtfulthursday

📖 tagged book and False Witness on audio.
🍁Looking forward to a four day weekend.
📚Characters who do dumb things over and over. Even when everyone around them tells them why it is a bad idea. Also when the author mentions something then never brings it up again. What was the point?

Wanna play? @Elizabeth2 @EadieB @eanderson @susanita @hannah-leeloo @Cazxxx @Bklover @mandarchy

mandarchy 😊 thanks for the tag! 13mo
MoonWitch94 Thanks for playing 🍂📖✨ 13mo
DarkMina @mandarchy You‘re welcome! 13mo
Bklover Thank you for the tag!!❤️ 13mo
DarkMina @Bklover You‘re welcome! 13mo
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MollyLooby
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Can‘t wait to get reading this 🩸🩸🩸

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BookDragonNotWorm
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A serial killer's rampage keeps the nation breathless as they follow the news in 1958 America. For an aspiring young journalist, he expects the papers to be as close as he'll get to the case from his tiny Midwest nowhere town. Right? Wrong.
The plot was compelling, the characters were well developed, the writing kept me drawn in & hooked. But I've read this author before & my expectations were sky high. A good read, but I wanted more.

Linsy Im excited for this one! 14mo
BookDragonNotWorm @linsy I hope you like it! Happy Reading! 14mo
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KristiAhlers
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Book 13 for October. Going against the grain here. This was a decent read shows how hazy the line between good and evil is. However be warned the ending isn‘t a “Boom! Here‘s the ending” kinda end. It kinda leaves it up to interpretation. Which might be why people aren‘t a total fan of the book.

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BookishGirl06
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Bailedbailed

Does a DNF count for #teamslaughter #scarathalon2021 This is kind of boring. Read for about 2 hours. If it does count, I‘m not sure it fits the theme or not

KristiAhlers I almost picked this one up this afternoon at the bookstore. Carried it around with me for a bit and ultimately put it back. Sounds like I made the right choice. 14mo
Clwojick DNFs count! Include the time read for readathons, and the book value of 15pts for #TeamRead 14mo
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MartinaLove
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Mehso-so

2.5/5 ⭐

I was a little bit disappointed in this book. I had high expectation. The story wasn't at all what I expected. It was strange. It was entertaining at times but the ending didn't make any sense. The ending was open to your imagination. Whatever you believe Marie's truth was, it was your ending.

#TeamSlaughter
@Clwojick
#Scarathlon

Clwojick Hmmmm hopefully your next one is better ❤️ 14mo
BookishGirl06 Would you say this fits our teams theme or not really? 14mo
MartinaLove @BookishGirl06 It does fit because of the mystery/murder going on. There's simply a fantastical element to it that I really didn't expect. 14mo
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BookishGirl06
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Currently reading this. It looks like it‘ll be quick read for me.

BekahB I just started this one today! I‘m excited to read a new horror book by Blake. 1y
BookishGirl06 @BekahB I tried 3 dark crowns but didn‘t finish it 1y
BekahB @BookishGirl06 same here. I like her writing, but fantasy isn‘t my go-to genre so I‘m pretty specific with what I like. I really enjoyed her first book, Anna Dressed in Blood, and it‘s sequel, Girl of Nightmares. I read them a very long time ago, so I don‘t know if they hold up, but I credit those books and Rick Yancey‘s, The Monstrumologist, for getting me into reading YA horror. 👻 1y
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abookishbutterfly
All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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September Wrap Up

Five stars
🖤 I Will Not Die Alone
🖤 All These Bodies
🖤 Love Letters to the Dead

Four stars
🖤 Nice Girls
🖤 A History of Wild Places
🖤 Chasing the Boogeyman

Three stars
🖤 No One Goes Alone
🖤 The Death of Jane Lawrence
🖤 The Wolf‘s Curse
🖤 What‘s Done in Darkness

Two stars
🖤 Lysistrata

#monthlywrapup

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abookishbutterfly
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Brimming with thoughtfulness and emotion, All These Bodies is a story of good and bad and that fuzzy line in between. While it‘s largely character driven, with its focus zooming in on the relationship between Michael and Marie, there are plenty of eerie things happening in the background. The graphic descriptions are minimal, as the terror really lies within what people cannot see, understand, or control.

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Enchanted_Bibliophile
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📙All these bodies
🍒Blueberries
🤩Under the Whispering Door
💓Hubby making dinner

Thanks for the tag @damselsgotballs @Mavey

Want to play @hannah-leeloo @CymbaX13 @PaperbackPirate

#WondrousWednesday
@Eggs

damselsgotballs You're welcome!💜 1y
CymbaX13 A court of thorns and roses--peaches--disney twisted tales what once was mine--watching sleepy hollow tonight @Enchanted_Bibliophile 1y
mavey 😊💕 1y
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Enchanted_Bibliophile @CymbaX13 I found the first 60% of A court of thorns & roses a bit tedious, but the last 40% made me read the entire series. 😍 1y
CymbaX13 @Enchanted_Bibliophile my sister @hannah-leeloo loves the series 1y
Enchanted_Bibliophile @CymbaX13 I like Throne of Glass more than ACOTAR. I actually still need to read the newest book in the series. 1y
hannah-leeloo It's a good read @Enchanted_Bibliophile and @CymbaX13 you're meant to write the answers on your own post 🤣🤣 1y
PaperbackPirate Thanks for the tag! 🫐 1y
Eggs Thanks for playing 🌺❤️👏🏻 1y
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TracyReadsBooks
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Inspired by real events, this YA thriller starts quickly & keeps going. It‘s the 1950s & there‘s a string of murders across the Midwest in which the victims are drained of all their blood. And then a 15-year-old girl is arrested. Who is she? What is her role (if any)?!? What‘s the truth?!? While well-written & generally entertaining, the author made some choices that requires ALL your disbelief to be suspended. Teens will likely enjoy this one.

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