Black Bird of the Gallows

Black Bird of the Gallows

Book - 2017 | First edition
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Angie can tell that inhuman school athlete Reece is unique, and when something supernatural tries to attack her and she engages in a battle between good and evil, she must ensure that she does not fall in love with Reece, who signals death.
Publisher: Fort Collins, CO : Entangled Publishing, LLC, 2017
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781633758148
Characteristics: 309 pages ; 22 cm


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Groszerita May 26, 2019

I have to be honest ~ I picked up this book because there was a review on it that said it was a good book to read and I forgot about the review. I had it lying around and looked at the cover and really liked it. I have a fascination with black birds - ravens, crows and grackles. I couldn't put the book down. It was so fascinating - I like how Angie watches Reece with binoculars. I like how there is this chemistry with them and yet the book has a lot of darkness and paranormal events to it.

claralex800 Jul 16, 2018

This book is just "Twilight". It could have been good, but it's "Twilight" right down to the huge adopted family who all have the same eye colour. I'm not even halfway through and I don't want to read anymore, but I have to keep going for the slight chance that it will be a little different from "Twilight" (not going to happen but I have to hope; it's the only book I have to read right now).
Edit: Okay, so it's not totally "Twilight", thank goodness. Getting through all the "Twilight" stuff was worth it for the ending (though, now that I think about it, that was a little "Twilight" too). The bad guy actually has a motivation and there are real stakes and the protagonist isn't a total Mary Sue or a self-sacrificing idiot. Except the more that I think about it the more it seems like "Twilight" again.
"Black Bird of the Gallows" is "Twilight" with a better history and mythology.


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