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Professional cryer who spends way too much time online, eating books for breakfast.

Basically, your bookish best bud.

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I haven't read a book this good since The Raven Cycle series and yes, I know it's saying a lot but believe me, The Devouring Gray is THAT good.
Full of mystery and teen angst, DDG is set in a small town buried in the woodlands of rural New York, one of those places I would do anything to live in, basically. Four Paths still has that vintage feel to it as almost all small towns do, it kinda reminded me of Mystic Falls with its founders and family secrets. Here we meet Isaac, Harper, Justin and his sister May who likes to throw a tarot card reading party every now and then. It's thanks to this that she sees Violet coming to town. The missing founder. 
She is an outsider, a sad little bean who's trying to find her place in the world after her sister died.
Will she find it in Four Paths with its dark secrets hiding int he shadows, a creature lurking in the woods and the powers she didn't know she had? Well, you need to read it to find out! 

And thanks to Titan Books, you can!

I've partnered with Titan Books to give you guys the chance to win a beautiful copy of The Devouring Gray before the sequel comes out next year. 
I am just so excited to give one of you the chance to read this book because it has been my favourite this year and I can't wait to see how this story ends. SO. BLOODY. GOOD!!

All you have to do is follow this link which will take you to my Instagram page and follow all the instruction!!

Massive good luck to anyone taking part and don't forget to check out the sequel to TDG this spring!!!

Available for UK/IRE only but 

In case you don't win the Giveaway, you can check out The Devouring Gray on the Titan Books website and Book Depository.


  1. Love the sound of this!

    Lotte |

    1. It is SO GOOD!!! And I'm really excited for the winner to read it!!!!


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