[BOOKS] ✯ The Hearts We Sold ✹ Emily Lloyd-Jones – Writerscompany.co.uk


The Hearts We Sold When Dee Moreno Makes A Deal With A Demon Her Heart In Exchange For An Escape From A Disastrous Home Life She Finds The Trade May Have Been Than She Bargained For And Becoming Heartless Is Only The Beginning What Lies Ahead Is A Nightmare Far Bigger, Far Monstrous Than Anything She Could Have Ever Imagined.With Reality Turned On Its Head, Dee Has Only A Group Of Other Deal Making Teens To Keep Her Grounded, Including The Charming But Secretive James Lancer And As Something Grows Between Them Amid An Otherworldy Ordeal, Dee Begins To Wonder Can She Give Someone Her Heart When It S No Longer Hers To Give



10 thoughts on “The Hearts We Sold

  1. says:

    This was in the August 2017 OwlCrate boxA demon as knitting outside the hospitalThis has so much good, I really enjoyed reading it, and I wish I could put this in the hands of a lot of teens that I know need it The Hearts We Sold is a story about a girl named Dee that is struggling with abuse and anxiety from her family She lives in a boarding school t...


  2. says:

    This book was a huge surprise Reading it reminded me of all the things I love about YA literature Gah I can t even form proper thoughts I just adored it so very much.


  3. says:

    This was how normal people survived their own fairy tales They became their own kind of monstermy heart actually still exists but I m going to sell it to a demon because I no longer truly have it this was SO CATHARTIC There are books that make you cry of sadness, and then there are books that make you cry with a sense of beauty A sense that no matter how terrible things get, everything will ev


  4. says:

    In Emily Lloyd Jones created world, daemons make deals with humans The latter sell their limbs in exchange for something.Dee sells her heart to a daemon and requests money in return Pretty typical, if you ask me However, the money is for an honourable cause education.Indeed, her parents are alcoholics with whom you cannot have a calm conversation They d rather Dee stays home than go to school But


  5. says:

    So This book is a thing I wrote And of everything I ve written so far, it s probably the hardest to describe There are Faustian deals and Lovecraftian horrors, but mostly this book is about people It s about how the scariest monsters are often human and to escape those monsters we must leave parts of ourselves behind.I m quite proud of this book, and I hope my readers will love it view spoiler This bo


  6. says:

    Nothing comes for free We just don t know what it ll costI can t believe it s taken me three months to write this review, but every time I sat down to attempt it, I just couldn t get the right words on paper This book meant so much to me I honestly went into it not expecting very much, but something about it just resonated so strongly with me that, even now, months later, I read the quotes I highlighted a


  7. says:

    this was going to be a very meh read until that ending, and now I m crying3.5 stars, RTC in 2018


  8. says:

    This book was AWESOME but also heart heh breaking 333 Review posted on The Eater of Books blog The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd JonesPublisher Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersPublication Date August 8, 2017Rating 4 starsSource ARC sent by the publisherSummary from Goodreads When Dee Moreno makes a deal with a demon her heart in exchange for an escape from a disastrous home life she finds the trade may have


  9. says:

    I really loved the concept of this one, and the first and last chapter were amazing but this wasn t as cool as I d hoped I was hoping for it to be a little darker, and maybe since the main character loses he...


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