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Graveminder Maylene Barrow And William Montgomery Have Special Duties In The Town Of Claysville Duties To The Newly Departed That Help Keep Their Living Loved Ones Safe Rebekkah Barrow, Maylene S Granddaughter, Left Claysville A Decade Ago, Trying To Put The Past Behind Her But Evil Has Been Let Loose In Claysville And Now Maylene Is Dead.


About the Author: Melissa Marr

Melissa Marr is a former university literature instructor who writes fiction for adults, teens, and children She is best known for the Wicked Lovely series for teens, the Graveminder for adults, and her debut picturebook Bunny Roo, I Love You Her books have been translated into twenty eight languages and been bestsellers internationally as well as domestically NY Times, Los Angeles Times, USA T



10 thoughts on “Graveminder

  1. says:

    Have you ever attended a seminar or lecture given by someone you find wholly intriguing only to have the entire thing be a complete and total wash And you re sitting there wondering when things are going to get good, but the lecturer s monotone voice and thoroughly uninspired narration are conspiring to put you to sleep even though you know, deep down, that you sho


  2. says:

    I wouldn t exactly call Graveminder urban fantasy, but I don t know what else to call it either, so I guess I ll just leave it on my UF shelf It reminded me of a small town horror story I should probably list what I liked and didn t like here Don t worry, it s going to be very short.What I liked From what I understand, Melissa Marr didn t plan this as a series Everything w


  3. says:

    I devoured this book Compelling, sexy, and even slightly scary at times, Graveminder is amazing No wonder Charlaine Harris, Kelley Armstrong, and Kirkus Reviews have given it advance raves.


  4. says:

    Bought it on Kindle It has this interesting Dean Koontz in his prime vibe to it the prose is lyrical without being flowery and the narrative is making a slow spiral around the unexplained There is a small town that s not quite what it seems, and an old woman who minds the dead by performing some sort of special ritual involving hard liquor, and an undertaker The woman meets a young girl,


  5. says:

    Rating 2.0 Summary In the year 1712, a woman named Abigail Barrows unwittingly opens a gateway into the land of the dead and sets things in motion that will have an everlasting impact on the town of Claysville Seeing the error in her ways, she agrees to work with Death in order to bring the deceased back to their world Abigail is therefore named the first Graveminder whose responsibilities are to


  6. says:

    After 1 month of reading this book, I finally finished it Oh my god It was probably my reading slump that made me struggle to end this novel in one go or its slow story flow Or maybe both.Anyway, I m happy I didn t give up I still liked this book despite having a hard time finishing the novel.Graveminder is about you know, minding the graves ha Basically, it was about a town called Claysville, a Gravemin


  7. says:

    Didn t end up finishing this one The writing wasn t bad, but the book had one of my biggest pet peeves at the beginning The we have secrets, but we can t tell the main character because Take your pick 1 It s not the right time.2 You can t handle the truth.3 I m afraid you won t love me any if I tell you.4 You won t believe me.5 You re too young.or 6 All of the above.I absolutely despise this method of building n


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    Reviewed for Books Books and Books.RATING 2.5 stars.I m not sure if I m just not in the mood to write reviews or whether there is something about this book that makes it difficult to write about it A bit of both, maybe The bottom line is that I can t seem to put my thoughts in order and write something about this book.I liked it well enough, I suppose It was an easy enough read Melissa Marr can definitely entice a read


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    HalloweenReading 2014


  10. says:

    I d never read anything by Melissa Marr, even though I see that she s put out several books before this one I had high hopes for Graveminder The idea for it sounded intriguing.Unfortunately I very quickly got frustrated with the way in which events unfolded It seems like the great majority, if not all, of the confusion and conflict in the book was a result of the characters just not bothering to ever tell anyone anything, and never for


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