Bone ​Crier’s Moon (Bone Grace, #1) by Kathryn Purdie

Bone ​Crier’s Moon (Bone Grace, #1)

Bone ​Criers have a sacred duty. They alone can keep the dead from preying on the living. But their power to ferry the spirits of the dead into goddess Elara’s Night Heavens or Tyrus’s Underworld comes from sacrifice. The gods demand a promise of dedication. And that promise comes at the cost of the Bone Criers’ one true love.Ailesse has been prepared since birth to become the matriarch of the Bone Criers, a mysterious famille of women wh...


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TitleBone ​Crier’s Moon (Bone Grace, #1)
Author
Release DateMar 10th, 2020
PublisherHarperCollins/Katherine Tegen
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Young Adult Fantasy, High Fantasy, Magic, Romance, Fantasy Romance
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Reviews Bone ​Crier’s Moon (Bone Grace, #1)

  • Cassie
    2019-06-13
    Thank-you, Edelweiss, for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review! I thoroughly enjoyed this and feel like it’s an easy story to read in one sitting. Not because it’s a simple story but because it’s addicting. The world is unique and so is the magic system. I've never read a book like this one, where the characters use animal bones and get strength and power from them depending on what animal it is they killed. I loved e...
  • ʙᴇʟʟᴀ.: ☾**:.☆*.:。.
    2019-02-16
    Real Rating: 3,5 starsBone Crier's Moon tell us the story of three main characters: Sabine, Ailesse and Bastien. Sabine and Ailesse are best friends and part of a clan of Leuress, women who ferry the dead into the underworld or paradise. They must do it with the help of bones from animals and a sacred bone flute. If the dead are not ferried they become something like invisible danger. Bastien is a boy driven by revenge because his father was kill...
  • Ashlee » Library In The Country
    2019-09-29
    I really enjoyed this! A coven of women who ferry the dead to the afterlife, forbidden romance, supportive friendships and a fantastic ending all make this book. Bone Crier’s Moon and it’s stunning cover by Charlie Bowater is about Bone Criers (or Leuress) who use the bones of animals to strengthen their own abilities and senses. After they have collected the bones of three animals, they can perform their rite of passage and fulfill their pur...
  • Kelsey
    2019-12-10
    WOW! Okay, wow. Where to start.This book completely won me over. I had some trouble in the beginning because some of the descriptions and explanations were a bit wordy, BUT the world is just so cool that it doesn't matter! This book is about a group of Leurress who are charged with ferrying the dead into Tyrus' underworld or Elara's eternal paradise. The Leurress ferry the dead once a month and they used a sacred bone flute to call them. If the d...
  • 𝒱𝒾𝒸𝓉𝑜𝓇𝒾𝒶
    2019-10-30
    Well, this is a first. Two stars always felt too harsh to me, but I just couldn’t with this book. It all stems from one very OBVIOUS thing that is lacking; character depth. Who was Aileese—besides a Bone Crier/Siren—you ask? I HAVE NO IDEA. She was literally just some girl had to kill some guy to secure her role in her society of Bone Criers. No depth to her character at all. We got no backstory, no unique traits, no development, no nothing...
  • Jen
    2019-08-03
    **I received this as an egalley from the publisher through Edelweiss in return for an honest review.**I know this book doesn’t come out for quite some time (March of 2020), but I was in a bit of a rut when it came to what I wanted to read next. I knew it wanted to be some sort of fantasy but I just wasn’t sure until I came across this on Edelweiss. What definitely got me was the bit about Ailesse having to kill her soulmate in order to become...
  • Jackie
    2019-08-03
    This had a strong start but then slowly turned into your run of the mill fantasy that had me go from singing it’s praises to struggling to make it to the end. “The Bone Crier” follows the mythology of la dame blanche , women in white whose siren song lures their soulmate to their deaths, and Aileese has been preparing her whole life to complete her rite just as Bastian has been waiting to avenge his father and on a bridge under a full moon ...
  • Fae Crate
    2019-09-16
    Absolutely beautiful! The world building, the system of magic and collecting of bones, everything was very well thought out. I was in this book’s grip after the first page. The descriptions of these characters were so brilliant and vibrant. I even loved our villains because of their complexities! Love love LOVE.
  • Dany
    2019-12-06
    Love isn’t love if you never show it.Bone Crier's moon by Katherine Purdie is the first book of her duology "Bone Grace". Following Bastien who's father was killed by a Bone crier and he seems revenge and Aileese who is a bone crier who's meant to kill her "Soulmate" as a rite of passage.Love isn’t love if you never show it.Let's start with the world building.The world building is scatteredly inspired from Sirens , Mermaids and wailing women....
  • Lisa
    2019-08-22
    A whirlwind chase involving fated loves, bone magic and twisted secrets! Certain parts were drawn out, and I always struggle to follow fight scenes (of which there were many). But I loved the friendships - especially between Sabine and Ailesse - and never quite knowing what would be revealed next!
  • Gemma F
    2019-07-23
    Jul 28, 2019My mind is blown. I can’t even fathom how incredible BONE CRIER’s MOON was with its powerful, yet unique and strong characters who kept my eyes glued to the pages. From the action-filled beginning to its twisty and mind-bending conclusion, I was left with breathless with my heart-pounding. The characters, Bastian, Sabine and Ailesse were such brilliantly contrived and fleshed out characters. The world-building was wonderfully wri...
  • Morgan
    2019-08-20
    ARC provided by the publisher through Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.2.5I have to start this review out by saying that there’s a love triangle in this, and it’s definitely the icky sort... I feel like when it comes to love triangles, the only chance I might like it is if our main protagonist has to choose between two equally great people. In this one, like so many others, it’s a choice for the love interest of the main protagoni...