Boneseeker: Here Walk the Dead

Boneseeker: Here Walk the Dead

by Brynn Chapman

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BN ID: 2940161668313
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 01/14/2019
Series: The Boneseeker Chronicles , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 572 KB

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Boneseeker: Here Walk the Dead 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
WishEnd 18 days ago
HERE WALK THE DEAD is a thrilling ride as Bella and Henry try to fit into society's expectations while also trying to figure out why girls keep disappearing and where they go. Recommended to readers who enjoy gritty Gothic mysteries with sizzling romance. These characters are so intriguing! Getting inside Bella's and Henry's brains as they work through things and navigate their lives is a bit of an experience. Bella deals with some extreme tendencies and has her own fears, but her strengths... they're amazing. I fell in love with Henry in the first book. It was fun seeing him out of his mind with frustration with Bella and trying to work out what to do while also dealing with his own issues. I especially loved them together, both in how their minds worked and in their relationship. They are both frankly brilliant. I adored Bella's dog and the scenes with him. Then there was a slue of other characters who were each unique. The mystery and suspense were constant throughout the story, enough so that I was literally holding on to the very end. The scenes can be a little jarring here and there, but they mostly added to the overall affect. I'm a little worried about what other monstrosities these two will face in the future. Just a note to readers... there are some disturbing parts in this story at an asylum. I would have preferred less vivid details and gore, but I also got it. Some people did terrible things. The hope is that we don't repeat them. In the end, was it what I wished for? I enjoyed diving back into this world and Henry's and Bella's characters. It's a crazy journey and there is still more to come. This series reminds me quite a bit of Kerri Maniscalco's Stalking Jack the Ripper series, so if you're a fan of that one, I'd highly recommend this one. Content: Some innuendo, violence, including some disturbing details regarding mistreatment of women, children, and those with disabilities. Source: I received a complimentary copy through Prism Book Tours, which did not require a positive review nor affect it in any way.
amybooksy 3 months ago
Boneseeker: Here Walk the Dead continues the story of the children of Sherlock Holmes and Dr John H Watson in this second installment of the Boneseeker series. Arabella Holmes and Dr Henry Watson finds themselves in yet another mystery of solving the disappearance of five women. Henry finds himself trying to save Arabella from danger. This is one suspense filled and fun read. I had to have it read in one sitting. I give Boneseeker: Here Walk the Dead four and a half stars. I hope there will be another book in the Boneseeker series. I enjoy catching up with Arabella and Henry and seeing what adventure they will get into next. They are quite the pair and I love how they interact with one another. I recommend Boneseeker: Here Walk the Dead, as well as, the beginning to this series, Boneseeker. I received this book from the publisher. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.
Silverwood 3 months ago
Here Walk the Dead is the second installment in Brynn Chapman's delightful homage to Sherlock Holmes. Arabella Holmes and her childhood best friend and love, Henry Watson are back for another macabre adventure. The setting is turn-of-the-century Philidelphia, where these transplanted, mystery-solving Brits have been struggling to adjust to a normal life. The museum, wary of scandal, has Arabella and Henry working with plants rather than bones this time. Surely plants are a safer scientific pursuit for a mind like Bella's? Of course, one must expect the unexpected with a Holmes and Watson are involved, and trouble has a habit of finding them. Soon, the tedium of their carefully structured lives is disrupted by a new mystery. Women have been going missing about town and Arabella, ignoring the dangers, chooses to investigate by herself. What follows is a spellbinding adventure, with friends and fiends both old and new, embroiled in one over-arcing sinister plot. I didn't hesitate for the opportunity to read Chapman's sequel to Boneseeker. Filled with thrills and chills and let's not forget about romance, fans of Sherlock Holmes will love the world this talented author has expanded upon. I adored the development of these characters and the way the plot echoed the struggles our heroes were going through. Excellently paced and rife with wit and charm, Boneseeker is a historical suspense series you will gladly sink your teeth into.