House of Furies by Madeleine Roux

Early in July, the Ladies of Horror Fiction where extremely lucky to work with Wunderkind PR for a giveaway of Madeleine Roux’s House of Furies series. Jen and I wanted to read something that was a bit fun so we started House of Furies one Friday night. Jen finished it before I did but told me that I would enjoy it…..she wasn’t wrong! This story has so many elements that I absolutely love in it.

Synopsis: A girl with a secret begins to work in a country house.

What I liked: I enjoyed the entire book. The pacing is perfect for this book. So spot on. The story itself pulls you in and doesn’t let go until the last page. Even then you want the story to keep going. Roux pulls you into this alternate world where you actually question the rights and wrongs of the story. Actually the story makes you think a little bit deeper than just reading the story. It actually forces you to question a couple of your own morals. What would you do in such and such situation? I rather enjoyed that. I believe that the story is YA accessible and there isn’t anything that you wouldn’t want your YA reading.

What I didn’t Like: That the book ended when it did.

Star Rating: 4.5 Stars

My Thoughts: As I was buddy reading this I received a message from Jen telling me that I was going to love an aspect of the book and she was right. Now I can’t say anything as that will ruin the story. But it was a great twist in the story. There is a beauty to the characters in the story. Even which each of their unique qualities you really come to like them especially when you find out more about their backstories. Also there is a book within a book which Roux does very well. It actually ties the stories of the characters together. I really enjoyed the extra back story.

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