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  • Naughty John Naughty John does his work with....

    It’s the 1920s and Evie O’Neil is sent to live with her Uncle in New York after she lets out a secret about the town golden boy in her small home town in Ohio and refuses to apologize and say she made it up. Her Uncle Will is the owner of The Museum of American Folklore, Superstition, and the Occult or The Museum of the Creepy Crawlies as the locals call it. Evie is counting on fun time in New York full of shopping, shows, speakeasies, and all kinds of adventure with her penpal Mabel. But she gets more then she bargained for when she tags along with her Uncle to an occult crime scene(he is the police consultant for all thing occult)and picks up a piece of evidence. Evie is now helping her uncle catch a killer and if she and her friends don’t stop him he will kill again. Evie O’Neill is not a perfect heroine and has her faults and strengths. I really ended up loving her character as I wasn’t her biggest fan for the first few chapters. This book is told from multiple characters PoVs mainly Memphis a Harlam runner(for bookies, he collects bets) and poet and Evie of course. I loved Memphis from his first chapter. I love his loyalty and love for his friends and brother. I love that he is a poet and writes his poems in a graveyard. Yes, I am a little weird and morbid. The author bought the 1920s to life. This wasn’t just a few facts here and there and the speech wasn’t modern like most authors do with historical and just put a few slang here and there. This was like living in 1920s New York but with the ghosts and other paranormal elements. I am very picky about mysteries and was so excited when I found a YA historical paranormal mystery on my local bookstore’s shelves. The characters are all full of life, secrets, and all have had something dark happen to them in the past. You even get the PoV of the killer/s and this book is not for the faint of heart. This book is very long and worth every page. I don’t want to say much about the plot or a lot about the story as I want you to get to meet these characters and get to know them and their stories yourself and live and breathe in the 1920s and be lost in it like me. I highly recommend this book and I can’t wait to dive into the next one. Rating: 5 stars

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  • Extremely hard to put down, this novel took me through a nail biting journey that I will never forget. One of the first thriller type novels I've read and am looking forward to the second book coming out in Summer 2014 (Lair of Dreams)

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  • The Diviners

    I enjoyed the historical information that was intermingled throughout the book.

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  • The diviners was simply divine!

    Long book but worth every page! Intense, thrilling, engaging. Just the right amount of thrill and fear. Would recommend to young adults looking for romance, a good mystery and just a little magic.

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  • Wonderful read and looking forward for the sequel. Great story. LOVE it.

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