Polite society meets murderous monsters in Alison Goodman’s YA debut, ‘The Dark Days Club’. Charming, compelling and impressively historically accurate to top it off, this book is definitely one for Cassandra Clare and Austen fans alike.
After we flew through this gorgeous 500-page story, published only last week, we took to Twitter to see if everyone else was feeling the same way we did. Turns out, it wasn’t just us who lost sleep in order to spend a little more time with Lady Helen and Lord Carlston. Check out the top tweets we found:
— Saruuh Kelsey (@saruuhkelsey) January 18, 2016
— Mel (@mela_ninny) January 27, 2016
@kwebberwrites me too! it's SO MUCH FUN. I need #2 like, yesterday. (UNRELATED but I read El Deafo last week and isn't it wonderful??)
— Sarah Barnard (@slouisebarnard) January 5, 2016
Ok @AlisonGoodman you owe me a night's sleep. THE DARK DAYS CLUB is so compulsively readable that today is chopped liver.
— Alison Croggon (@alisoncroggon) January 26, 2016
— Rebekah Turner (@RbkahTurner) January 26, 2016
— Allison (@allisontubosa) January 22, 2016
— Katrina Southern (@KatKatMeow1) January 23, 2016
— Gillian Brrry (@mizgillianberry) January 27, 2016
— Aoife Harrison (@tiemystring) October 27, 2015
— Sarah Barnard (@slouisebarnard) December 27, 2015
— Katherine Webber (@kwebberwrites) December 7, 2015
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