Queen of No Tomorrows by Matt Maxwell

Queen of No Tomorrows

Part supernatural horror, part crime noir, and set in eighties Los Angeles. Librarian con artist Cait MacReady forges occult tomes, but her latest creation has caught the attention of something magical and terrible. ​LOS ANGELES, THE EIGHTIES​Cait MacReady spends her days in the UCLA library, special collections, restoring old books and saving them from the ravages of time. By night, she works her real job, making copies of antique and occult...

Details Queen of No Tomorrows

TitleQueen of No Tomorrows
Release DateDec 4th, 2018
PublisherBroken Eye Books

Reviews Queen of No Tomorrows

  • Tammy
    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: Full of dangerous magic, secret gangs and books that can conjure monsters, Matt Maxwell’s noir vision of 80s Los Angeles is an addictive treat.Well, this was a strange little book, but I enjoyed it! I had never heard of Broken Eye Books until the author got in touch with me....
  • Maria Haskins
    A dark, riveting page-turner set in a near-past Los Angeles where magic lurks just beneath the surface of everyday life. I loved this book, and I especially loved Cait who makes her living making copies (and forgeries) of antique and forbidden books. One of the books she has made attracts interest from a mysterious group of people who seem to think it is a lot more important than Cait ever imagined...This is a fast-paced and engaging read that pu...
  • Daina
    I really liked the premise of this book, I just didn't enjoy reading it. The protagonist was so bland and tired (tough yet vulnerable woman is thrust into supernatural affairs she doesn't quite understand but is somehow the key to), I found most of the secondary characters more interesting (Trager, Alondra) and wanted to know more about their lives than that of our Cait. A few too many encounters ended with Cait passing out/waking up somewhere af...
  • Valerie
    The idea behind this book is great! Loved that it focused around a book! The only thing that troubled me was the description of certain scenes. They were very hard to understand or visualize what was happening. When a scene is written about or described in a book I try to picture that scene in my mind, with this book I had a real hard time doing that throughout the book. That’s my opinion....