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Strange Grace

Once, a witch made a pact with a devil. The legend says they loved each other, but can the story be trusted at all? Find out in this lush, atmospheric fantasy novel that entwines love, lies, and sacrifice.Long ago, a village made a bargain with the devil: to ensure their prosperity, when the Slaughter Moon rises, the village must sacrifice a young man into the depths of the ...

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Strange Grace Reviews

  • Meli

    LO AMÉ.

    Es perfecto.

    Una de las prosas más hermosas, poéticas y mágicas que he leído. En serio, toda la magia de este libro, que es bien, bien primitiva y llena de poesía, viene de la mano de la narración.

    La historia es tremendamente interesante, y del romance mejor ni hablemos porque mi corazón no puede con tanto.


  • Eryn

    This sounds like all types of yummy.

    I can't wait to dive in!

  • Hannah (Ink and Myths)

    🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸 (5.00/5.00)

    “That is what the bargain is: death for life, a sacrifice that makes it all sweeter and sharper. Without it, how could we appreciate what we have? We love our saint, and he runs for us, and everyone here knows exactly how precious life is, and love itself. Everybody dies, Mairwen, but the saints of Three Graces die for a reason.”

    Strange Grace is dark and eerie in the best way possible; it’s a novel as strange as the title suggests and I loved every page! The concept alone is s

  • Julie Zantopoulos

    In a town free of illness or bad fortune, a deal has been struck with the devil. Their easy living comes at a price, a saint who enters the woods every seven years, seldom to return. What happens in those woods is a mystery. We follow a trio of amazing characters united in their love for one another, Mairwen, a Grace witch; Rhun, the expected saint; and Arthur, a moody outcast who will each have a role to play as the devil demands a heart be sacrificed to the forest to fill the bargain.

    This boo

  • Leah

    Do you ever read a book where the whole time your mouth kind of gapes open and your eyes are a little bigger than they should be because what dafuq did I just read? Tessa Gratton's Strange Grace is the definition of dark fantasy and a book that surprised me over and over again.

    This novel is an intense story wrapped up in just a whole lot of f**kery. The first half is a little slow, a little drawn out, building and building to the main event: the saint's run into the Devil's Forest. In this time,

  • Ashlee » Library In The Country

    View review on my blog, Library in the Country

    Review copy generously provided by the publisher via Edelweiss.

    Strange Grace was such a beautiful tale about love and sacrifice, with a wonderfully eerie and unsettling twist to it. This is the PERFECT Fall read and perfect if you're looking for something to sweep you up and cradle your heart.

    Many generations before Mairwen, Rhun and Arthur were born, their village of Three Graces made a bargain with the devil. Every seven years, the village will wil

  • Candace Robinson

    This was a very interesting story and strange would be a great word to use, because strange things are awesome! My favorite kinds of stories involve forests, ones where there are things hidden within.

    I thought the author did a good job with the love between the three characters. It was a beautiful thing! Arthur was definitely my favorite, and my goodness did I feel for him. He was angry at times, and he had a right to be! He had a right to be confused, and I wanted to give him a great big hug.


  • ❈ laura ❈

    DNF at 30%

    In Strange Grace we follow Three Graces, a village that made a bargain with the devil who lives in the forest that surrounds them. In exchange to ensure their prosperity (good harvests, only death by old age, etc) they must sacrifice a young man into the depths of the Devil's Forest every seven years when the Slaughter Moon rises. But no one knows why has risen early.

    I can't talk much about this book because I dnf'ed it, it just wasn't the book for me. I can see why people could enjo