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Adalyn Grace

Author of Belladonna

6 Works 3,583 Members 47 Reviews 1 Favorited

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Series

Works by Adalyn Grace

Belladonna (2022) 1,340 copies, 21 reviews
All the Stars and Teeth (2020) 1,233 copies, 13 reviews
Foxglove (2023) 577 copies, 6 reviews
All the Tides of Fate (2021) 404 copies, 7 reviews
Wisteria (2024) 28 copies

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Canonical name
Grace, Adalyn
Gender
female
Short biography
Adalyn Grace graduated from Arizona State University when she was nineteen years old. She spent four years working in live theater and acted as the managing editor of a nonprofit newspaper before studying storytelling as an intern on Nickelodeon Animation's popular series The Legend of Korra. Adalyn splits time between San Diego and Arizona with her bossy cat and two dorky dogs, and spends her days writing full-time while trying to find the best burrito around. All the Stars and Teeth is her debut novel.

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Reviews

Pretty sure Amora’s true curse was that she’s the literal worst. Fuck that whiny lying brat who could’ve saved us all the entire 2nd novel if she’d just trusted the people she claims she trusts most in the world.

The only good news is we got a new narrator. But even she couldn’t make this story decent. Wish I would’ve DNF’d this.
 
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ilkjen | 6 other reviews | Jun 3, 2024 |
3.75 stars
When I started reading this I was a little disappointed and felt like the book was going to be a 3 star. Death was barely in it (boo) and Signa was pretty useless.
Things, thankfully, did get better.
When the “love triangle” and “reincarnated wife trope” came into play, I hated it. And if it had gone the way it was “meant to” this book would definitely be a three star. But luckily Blythe literally came in to save this book. Will I read the next one? Probably not unless Signa and Death from book one return, not the shadow of them that was portrayed in this book.… (more)
 
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spiritedstardust | 5 other reviews | Jun 1, 2024 |
Started a little slow but really picked up in the middle. Was glad I had the 2nd one ready to go so I could continue. But then the last several chapters happened. Amora got more annoying. The “problem” the characters were solving took a stark turn for being so close to the end. And now I can’t imagine another full book with it all. I’ll give it a try though, but have very low hopes.

I’m also not a fan of the narrator for the audiobook.
 
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ilkjen | 12 other reviews | May 30, 2024 |
I loved the twist, I was not expecting that to happen. I am excited to read Wisteria when it is released later this year.
 
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Shauna_Morrison | 5 other reviews | Apr 28, 2024 |

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Works
6
Members
3,583
Popularity
#7,075
Rating
3.9
Reviews
47
ISBNs
70
Languages
8
Favorited
1

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