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  • Hardcover
  • 160
  • The Monster of Elendhaven
  • hideawaystudio.co.uk
  • English
  • 19 March 2018
  • 125022568X

13 thoughts on “ The Monster of Elendhaven

  1. says:

    This was a really good story, easily finished in a single sitting. It's a dark, disturbing, twisted little tale the likes of which I have never read before. I don't even know how to describe this book, but it was a fun read. A truly unique tale that is not for the squeamish. My only complaint is that now I want to know about this strange di

  2. says:

    Nothing about this book was new or unique, but I loved every second of it.

    The book opens introducing a boy with no name and no idea who (or what) he is. As he is abused by people on the docks (it's not graphic, but it's not pretty), he comes to name himself Johann. As he grows up and navigates life and the city of

  3. says:

    I received this book yesterday and read it last night and this morning. The prose is pretty and the world and characters interesting, but the execution feel a bit sloppy. The dialogue was blah at best. I wanted t

  4. says:

    Gearing up for Halloween picked up a monster book to end September and start October and didn’t love it! It suffers from the same thing most novellas do, there’s so much story and not enough info for the story

  5. says:

    If you like fantasy horror with a creeping undercurrent of environmental destruction, this is your book. Think "unkillabl

  6. says:

    I devoured this book in about 2 hours because I simply couldn't put it down. It's a fairly quick read but an impossibly delicious one the dialog, characters, narration and setting are all razor sharp and lush, the

  7. says:

    It’s been a long time since I’ve encountered a book as well written and engrossing as The Monster of Elendhaven. A unique story with enthralling characters, a tenebrous history and an atmosphere ripe with depravity, I’

  8. says:

    I can’t recall the steps that led me to stumble upon this book. I do however, remember that as soon as I read the blurb by Joe Hill, I instantly preordered it.
    “A black tide of perversity, violence, and lush writing,” he sa

  9. says:

    "Things with names survived. He would be a Thing with a name." (p. 10)

    I chose to read this short novel, as I thought it would be a good lead up to Halloween. Initially, it started off quite well with the above quote, there seemed to be

  10. says:

    One of the main things that keeps me coming back to this book is the atmosphere. For 160 pages, the whole thing is intoxicating. There’s not a word wasted to paint a picture of a dark and twisted town in the shadow of a mountain and the shadow of a plague. The mythology is threaded through and explained neatly so that the reader

  11. says:

    Creepy and twisting and perfect. A story as much about love and revenge as about monsters. A short story I loved and can see me returning to often.

  12. says:

    I read this in one evening short and sweet, sensuous and gory. It was exactly the kind of twisted piece of magic I’m thrilled to have stumbled upon.

  13. says:

    This has effortlessly become my new favourite! It's beautifully written, dark, charming and positively haunting. The only possible complaint I could think of was that I just didn't want it to end! I'll definitely be looking forward to any of the author's future titles!

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 The Monster of Elendhaven

Who cannot die His frail master sends him out on errands twisting him with magic crafting a plan too cruel to name while the monster’s heart grows fonder and colder and cunningThese monsters of Elendhaven will have their revenge on everyone who wronged the city even if they have to burn the world to do it. I can t recall the steps that led me to stumble upon this book I do however remember that as soon as I read the blurb by Joe Hill I instantly preordered it A black tide of perversity violence and lush writing he said And so did it deliverI was horrified and utterly entranced by what transpired in 159 pages It felt like floating through an upside down attic door and finding yourself swept away into a Tim Burton esue worldI ve never read anything uite like it I NEED MORE

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“A black tide of perversity violence and lush writing I loved it” ―Joe HillA Finalist for the 2019 Shirley Jackson AwardDebut author Jennifer Giesbrecht paints a darkly compelling fantasy of revenge in The Monster of Elendhaven a dark fantasy about murder a monster and the magician who loves bothThe c. This was a really good story easily finished in a single sitting It s a dark disturbing twisted little tale the likes of which I have never read before I don t even know how to describe this book but it was a fun read A truly uniue tale that is not for the sueamish My only complaint is that now I want to know about this strange diesel punk world

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Ity of Elendhaven sulks on the edge of the ocean Wracked by plague abandoned by the South stripped of industry and left to die But not everything dies so easily A thing without a name stalks the city a thing shaped like a man with a dark heart and long pale fingers yearning to wrap around throats A monster. Gearing up for Halloween picked up a monster book to end September and start October and didn t love it It suffers from the same thing most novellas do there s so much story and not enough info for the story I wanted monsters and got romance which I didn t hate but it wasn t fully fleshed out so I didn t get to enjoy it either I ll read other books she writes and this was fun but maybe next time there will be