Cemetery Girl: The Pretenders by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden (Review)

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Calexa Rose Dunhill was just fourteen when she woke in a cemetery. Bruised, bloody and left for dead, with no memory of her previous life, she took a new name from the headstones that surrounded her.

Now, three years on, Calexa still lives in Dunhill Cemetery, struggling with the desire to know her true identity – and the all-consuming fear of what she might discover when she does.

Then, when she witnesses a gang of teenagers staging a stunt that goes horribly, fatally wrong, Calexa Rose Dunhill discovers she has a unique ability. One she cannot control…

128 pages

I’m starting to become fan of graphic novels. They’re quick and easy to read, and offer a nice change to the regular novel structure and this was no different.

Picked up at my local library, simply because I quite enjoy the Souther Vampire books by Charlaine Harris, I thought why not give it a go. I wasn’t disappointed.

It tells the tale of a teenager who wakes up in a cemetery with no memories. She witnesses a murder (or two), kind of befriends the groundskeeper and getting taken under the wing of an elderly lady, she becomes helpful (in some ways) and total pain (in others), as she starts to uncover her past…

The first part in a trilogy I will definitely look for the rest.

Finished on June 16th 2017


You can buy the book here if you wish

Cemetery Girl Book 1


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