Limetown: The Prequel to the #1 Podcast

Limetown: The Prequel to the #1 Podcast

From the creators of the #1 podcast Limetown, an explosive prequel about a teenager who learns of a mysterious research facility where over three hundred people have disappeared?including her uncle?with clues that become the key to discovering the secrets of this strange town. On a seemingly ordinary day, seventeen-year-old Lia Haddock hears news that will change her life f From the creators of the #1 podcast Limetown, an explosive prequel about a teenager who learns of a mysterious re...

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Title:Limetown: The Prequel to the #1 Podcast
Author:Cote Smith
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:B07DQTH6ZZ
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Audible Audio
Number of Pages:11 pages pages

Limetown: The Prequel to the #1 Podcast Reviews

  • Aerin
    Dec 31, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

  • Molly
    Nov 08, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

  • Meghan
    Nov 01, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

  • Lou
    Nov 14, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

    It?s a mystery and supernatural literary tale, Limetown cloaked in mystery and secrecy, there will be discoveries, dreams lost and found, love unrequited, love lost and found, a myriad of theories and practices, the facility, the people. Lia in search of fact or fiction of the myste...

  • Brittany (UnderTheRadarBooks)
    Jan 26, 2019

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Dec 17, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

  • Stefanie
    Dec 31, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

    It?s a mystery and supernatural literary tale, Limetown cloaked in mystery and secrecy, there will be discoveries, dreams lost and found, love unrequited, love lost and found, a myriad of theories and practices, the facility, the people. Lia in search of fact or fiction of the myste...

    I absolutely adore the Limetown podcast. In fact, after reading this, I'm going to give it a second listen, something I never do with podcasts. I jumped at the chance to read this prequel novel, told in alternating POVs of Lia and her uncle, Emile. I was enthralled with the plot and ho...

    To set this up for you, Limetown is a successful podcast that is both weird and creepy. This would be the prequel to what is on now. Lia Haddock is a student when the entire population of Limetown disappears off the face of the earth. Every one is just gone. One of those is Lia's Un...

    *3-3.5 stars. I was offered an arc of this prequel to the popular Limetown podcast series from the publisher via NetGalley for my honest review. I had never heard of this series but the premise sounded quite intriguing so I accepted: Three hundred people living near a research laborato...

    Limetown Tennessee has been put on the map when 300 people residing at the research facility vanished. Among them Lia Haddock's uncle Emile Haddock. Where have they gone? What is Limetown hiding? Lia leads the investigations into the mystery but she's not alone in her efforts as Zac...

    I listened to the podcast and enjoyed it. When I heard there was a prequel book I was really excited to read it. It alternated between Emile and Lia. Emile's story started when he was in high school and slowly revealed his life from then until Limetown. Lia's story started right around...

    'Limetown' is a prequel to a hit podcast by the same name. I've never heard of it, and while only recently starting to listen to podcasts, I really enjoy them. The story centers around three hundred people who disappear from a research facility in Limetown, Tennessee. One of the peopl...

    This is more like 3.5 stars, but that's not an option. I love the Limetown podcast so I was excited to pick up the prequel novel of the same name. To my disappointment, the book took a while to find its rhythm as it went through Leah and Emile's early stories. Although I knew they were...

    A fascinating look at the events leading up to Limetown. I loved seeing how Emile ended us as the man everyone was there for, and I loved seeing what Lia is really like and how involved she truly is. It didn't answer all my questions but it definitely felt just as exciting and intense ...

  • Loring Wirbel
    Mar 15, 2019

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

  • Andrea
    Dec 09, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

    It?s a mystery and supernatural literary tale, Limetown cloaked in mystery and secrecy, there will be discoveries, dreams lost and found, love unrequited, love lost and found, a myriad of theories and practices, the facility, the people. Lia in search of fact or fiction of the myste...

    I absolutely adore the Limetown podcast. In fact, after reading this, I'm going to give it a second listen, something I never do with podcasts. I jumped at the chance to read this prequel novel, told in alternating POVs of Lia and her uncle, Emile. I was enthralled with the plot and ho...

    To set this up for you, Limetown is a successful podcast that is both weird and creepy. This would be the prequel to what is on now. Lia Haddock is a student when the entire population of Limetown disappears off the face of the earth. Every one is just gone. One of those is Lia's Un...

    *3-3.5 stars. I was offered an arc of this prequel to the popular Limetown podcast series from the publisher via NetGalley for my honest review. I had never heard of this series but the premise sounded quite intriguing so I accepted: Three hundred people living near a research laborato...

    Limetown Tennessee has been put on the map when 300 people residing at the research facility vanished. Among them Lia Haddock's uncle Emile Haddock. Where have they gone? What is Limetown hiding? Lia leads the investigations into the mystery but she's not alone in her efforts as Zac...

    I listened to the podcast and enjoyed it. When I heard there was a prequel book I was really excited to read it. It alternated between Emile and Lia. Emile's story started when he was in high school and slowly revealed his life from then until Limetown. Lia's story started right around...

    'Limetown' is a prequel to a hit podcast by the same name. I've never heard of it, and while only recently starting to listen to podcasts, I really enjoy them. The story centers around three hundred people who disappear from a research facility in Limetown, Tennessee. One of the peopl...

    This is more like 3.5 stars, but that's not an option. I love the Limetown podcast so I was excited to pick up the prequel novel of the same name. To my disappointment, the book took a while to find its rhythm as it went through Leah and Emile's early stories. Although I knew they were...

    A fascinating look at the events leading up to Limetown. I loved seeing how Emile ended us as the man everyone was there for, and I loved seeing what Lia is really like and how involved she truly is. It didn't answer all my questions but it definitely felt just as exciting and intense ...

    Limetown was one the first podcasts that I listened to and it is still one of my favorites. I was so excited to hear it was coming back, but I thought I could pass on the book. I was so wrong! There is so much background information that is really pretty essential to understanding the ...

  • Bam
    Dec 30, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

    It?s a mystery and supernatural literary tale, Limetown cloaked in mystery and secrecy, there will be discoveries, dreams lost and found, love unrequited, love lost and found, a myriad of theories and practices, the facility, the people. Lia in search of fact or fiction of the myste...

    I absolutely adore the Limetown podcast. In fact, after reading this, I'm going to give it a second listen, something I never do with podcasts. I jumped at the chance to read this prequel novel, told in alternating POVs of Lia and her uncle, Emile. I was enthralled with the plot and ho...

    To set this up for you, Limetown is a successful podcast that is both weird and creepy. This would be the prequel to what is on now. Lia Haddock is a student when the entire population of Limetown disappears off the face of the earth. Every one is just gone. One of those is Lia's Un...

    *3-3.5 stars. I was offered an arc of this prequel to the popular Limetown podcast series from the publisher via NetGalley for my honest review. I had never heard of this series but the premise sounded quite intriguing so I accepted: Three hundred people living near a research laborato...

  • Lauren Stoolfire
    Nov 07, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

  • Carla
    Dec 02, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

    It?s a mystery and supernatural literary tale, Limetown cloaked in mystery and secrecy, there will be discoveries, dreams lost and found, love unrequited, love lost and found, a myriad of theories and practices, the facility, the people. Lia in search of fact or fiction of the myste...

    I absolutely adore the Limetown podcast. In fact, after reading this, I'm going to give it a second listen, something I never do with podcasts. I jumped at the chance to read this prequel novel, told in alternating POVs of Lia and her uncle, Emile. I was enthralled with the plot and ho...

    To set this up for you, Limetown is a successful podcast that is both weird and creepy. This would be the prequel to what is on now. Lia Haddock is a student when the entire population of Limetown disappears off the face of the earth. Every one is just gone. One of those is Lia's Un...

    *3-3.5 stars. I was offered an arc of this prequel to the popular Limetown podcast series from the publisher via NetGalley for my honest review. I had never heard of this series but the premise sounded quite intriguing so I accepted: Three hundred people living near a research laborato...

    Limetown Tennessee has been put on the map when 300 people residing at the research facility vanished. Among them Lia Haddock's uncle Emile Haddock. Where have they gone? What is Limetown hiding? Lia leads the investigations into the mystery but she's not alone in her efforts as Zac...

    I listened to the podcast and enjoyed it. When I heard there was a prequel book I was really excited to read it. It alternated between Emile and Lia. Emile's story started when he was in high school and slowly revealed his life from then until Limetown. Lia's story started right around...

    'Limetown' is a prequel to a hit podcast by the same name. I've never heard of it, and while only recently starting to listen to podcasts, I really enjoy them. The story centers around three hundred people who disappear from a research facility in Limetown, Tennessee. One of the peopl...

  • Erikka
    Aug 28, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

    It?s a mystery and supernatural literary tale, Limetown cloaked in mystery and secrecy, there will be discoveries, dreams lost and found, love unrequited, love lost and found, a myriad of theories and practices, the facility, the people. Lia in search of fact or fiction of the myste...

    I absolutely adore the Limetown podcast. In fact, after reading this, I'm going to give it a second listen, something I never do with podcasts. I jumped at the chance to read this prequel novel, told in alternating POVs of Lia and her uncle, Emile. I was enthralled with the plot and ho...

  • Chandra Claypool (wherethereadergrows)
    Nov 26, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

  • Emily Farmer
    Jan 10, 2019

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

    It?s a mystery and supernatural literary tale, Limetown cloaked in mystery and secrecy, there will be discoveries, dreams lost and found, love unrequited, love lost and found, a myriad of theories and practices, the facility, the people. Lia in search of fact or fiction of the myste...

    I absolutely adore the Limetown podcast. In fact, after reading this, I'm going to give it a second listen, something I never do with podcasts. I jumped at the chance to read this prequel novel, told in alternating POVs of Lia and her uncle, Emile. I was enthralled with the plot and ho...

    To set this up for you, Limetown is a successful podcast that is both weird and creepy. This would be the prequel to what is on now. Lia Haddock is a student when the entire population of Limetown disappears off the face of the earth. Every one is just gone. One of those is Lia's Un...

    *3-3.5 stars. I was offered an arc of this prequel to the popular Limetown podcast series from the publisher via NetGalley for my honest review. I had never heard of this series but the premise sounded quite intriguing so I accepted: Three hundred people living near a research laborato...

    Limetown Tennessee has been put on the map when 300 people residing at the research facility vanished. Among them Lia Haddock's uncle Emile Haddock. Where have they gone? What is Limetown hiding? Lia leads the investigations into the mystery but she's not alone in her efforts as Zac...

    I listened to the podcast and enjoyed it. When I heard there was a prequel book I was really excited to read it. It alternated between Emile and Lia. Emile's story started when he was in high school and slowly revealed his life from then until Limetown. Lia's story started right around...

    'Limetown' is a prequel to a hit podcast by the same name. I've never heard of it, and while only recently starting to listen to podcasts, I really enjoy them. The story centers around three hundred people who disappear from a research facility in Limetown, Tennessee. One of the peopl...

    This is more like 3.5 stars, but that's not an option. I love the Limetown podcast so I was excited to pick up the prequel novel of the same name. To my disappointment, the book took a while to find its rhythm as it went through Leah and Emile's early stories. Although I knew they were...

    A fascinating look at the events leading up to Limetown. I loved seeing how Emile ended us as the man everyone was there for, and I loved seeing what Lia is really like and how involved she truly is. It didn't answer all my questions but it definitely felt just as exciting and intense ...

    Limetown was one the first podcasts that I listened to and it is still one of my favorites. I was so excited to hear it was coming back, but I thought I could pass on the book. I was so wrong! There is so much background information that is really pretty essential to understanding the ...

    I loved the Limetown Podcast, and was really excited to read the prequel. Honestly, the first few chapters dragged a little, but then it picked up and I enjoyed it a lot, especially the parts about Emile and the lead up to Limetown. I think listening to the audiobook made all the diffe...

  • Lisa Robbins
    Mar 21, 2019

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

    It?s a mystery and supernatural literary tale, Limetown cloaked in mystery and secrecy, there will be discoveries, dreams lost and found, love unrequited, love lost and found, a myriad of theories and practices, the facility, the people. Lia in search of fact or fiction of the myste...

    I absolutely adore the Limetown podcast. In fact, after reading this, I'm going to give it a second listen, something I never do with podcasts. I jumped at the chance to read this prequel novel, told in alternating POVs of Lia and her uncle, Emile. I was enthralled with the plot and ho...

    To set this up for you, Limetown is a successful podcast that is both weird and creepy. This would be the prequel to what is on now. Lia Haddock is a student when the entire population of Limetown disappears off the face of the earth. Every one is just gone. One of those is Lia's Un...

    *3-3.5 stars. I was offered an arc of this prequel to the popular Limetown podcast series from the publisher via NetGalley for my honest review. I had never heard of this series but the premise sounded quite intriguing so I accepted: Three hundred people living near a research laborato...

    Limetown Tennessee has been put on the map when 300 people residing at the research facility vanished. Among them Lia Haddock's uncle Emile Haddock. Where have they gone? What is Limetown hiding? Lia leads the investigations into the mystery but she's not alone in her efforts as Zac...

    I listened to the podcast and enjoyed it. When I heard there was a prequel book I was really excited to read it. It alternated between Emile and Lia. Emile's story started when he was in high school and slowly revealed his life from then until Limetown. Lia's story started right around...

  • Kyle
    Jan 02, 2019

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

  • Sharla
    Mar 13, 2019

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

    It?s a mystery and supernatural literary tale, Limetown cloaked in mystery and secrecy, there will be discoveries, dreams lost and found, love unrequited, love lost and found, a myriad of theories and practices, the facility, the people. Lia in search of fact or fiction of the myste...

    I absolutely adore the Limetown podcast. In fact, after reading this, I'm going to give it a second listen, something I never do with podcasts. I jumped at the chance to read this prequel novel, told in alternating POVs of Lia and her uncle, Emile. I was enthralled with the plot and ho...

    To set this up for you, Limetown is a successful podcast that is both weird and creepy. This would be the prequel to what is on now. Lia Haddock is a student when the entire population of Limetown disappears off the face of the earth. Every one is just gone. One of those is Lia's Un...

    *3-3.5 stars. I was offered an arc of this prequel to the popular Limetown podcast series from the publisher via NetGalley for my honest review. I had never heard of this series but the premise sounded quite intriguing so I accepted: Three hundred people living near a research laborato...

    Limetown Tennessee has been put on the map when 300 people residing at the research facility vanished. Among them Lia Haddock's uncle Emile Haddock. Where have they gone? What is Limetown hiding? Lia leads the investigations into the mystery but she's not alone in her efforts as Zac...

    I listened to the podcast and enjoyed it. When I heard there was a prequel book I was really excited to read it. It alternated between Emile and Lia. Emile's story started when he was in high school and slowly revealed his life from then until Limetown. Lia's story started right around...

    'Limetown' is a prequel to a hit podcast by the same name. I've never heard of it, and while only recently starting to listen to podcasts, I really enjoy them. The story centers around three hundred people who disappear from a research facility in Limetown, Tennessee. One of the peopl...

    This is more like 3.5 stars, but that's not an option. I love the Limetown podcast so I was excited to pick up the prequel novel of the same name. To my disappointment, the book took a while to find its rhythm as it went through Leah and Emile's early stories. Although I knew they were...

  • Diane Hernandez
    Nov 10, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

  • Mariah Roze
    Nov 29, 2016

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

  • Wendy
    Jan 13, 2019

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

  • Matina
    Aug 14, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

  • Anna Denney
    Dec 29, 2016

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

  • Abigail
    Nov 22, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

  • Caitlyn
    Nov 30, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

  • Patricia Romero
    Nov 08, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

    It?s a mystery and supernatural literary tale, Limetown cloaked in mystery and secrecy, there will be discoveries, dreams lost and found, love unrequited, love lost and found, a myriad of theories and practices, the facility, the people. Lia in search of fact or fiction of the myste...

    I absolutely adore the Limetown podcast. In fact, after reading this, I'm going to give it a second listen, something I never do with podcasts. I jumped at the chance to read this prequel novel, told in alternating POVs of Lia and her uncle, Emile. I was enthralled with the plot and ho...

    To set this up for you, Limetown is a successful podcast that is both weird and creepy. This would be the prequel to what is on now. Lia Haddock is a student when the entire population of Limetown disappears off the face of the earth. Every one is just gone. One of those is Lia's Un...

  • Donna Hines
    Sep 15, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

    It?s a mystery and supernatural literary tale, Limetown cloaked in mystery and secrecy, there will be discoveries, dreams lost and found, love unrequited, love lost and found, a myriad of theories and practices, the facility, the people. Lia in search of fact or fiction of the myste...

    I absolutely adore the Limetown podcast. In fact, after reading this, I'm going to give it a second listen, something I never do with podcasts. I jumped at the chance to read this prequel novel, told in alternating POVs of Lia and her uncle, Emile. I was enthralled with the plot and ho...

    To set this up for you, Limetown is a successful podcast that is both weird and creepy. This would be the prequel to what is on now. Lia Haddock is a student when the entire population of Limetown disappears off the face of the earth. Every one is just gone. One of those is Lia's Un...

    *3-3.5 stars. I was offered an arc of this prequel to the popular Limetown podcast series from the publisher via NetGalley for my honest review. I had never heard of this series but the premise sounded quite intriguing so I accepted: Three hundred people living near a research laborato...

    Limetown Tennessee has been put on the map when 300 people residing at the research facility vanished. Among them Lia Haddock's uncle Emile Haddock. Where have they gone? What is Limetown hiding? Lia leads the investigations into the mystery but she's not alone in her efforts as Zac...

  • Melanie
    Jan 20, 2019

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....

    In the years before the incident at Limetown, Emile Haddock seeks ways to cope with his strange ability to hear other's thoughts that leads him down a winding path and ultimately to the heart of the Limetown experiment. Years after the incident, Emile's niece, Lia, wades through young ...

  • The Library Ladies
    Dec 04, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

  • Calista Andrechek
    Oct 18, 2018

    As someone who has never listened to a podcast before (I know, I know.. I'll get there!), I was a little hesitant to read this book. However, as a prequel, it states you don't need to listen to the podcast to read this. I'm not sure I entirely agree with that, but how could I really kn...

    I am a podcast fan, and a fan of fiction, so it should come as no surprise that the moment I got access to Limetown?s prequel novel also titled Limetown I dug right in. Because it is a novel connected to a podcast I?ve chosen to break this into two parts: a book review, and a revie...

    APR Investigative Journalist Lia Haddock delves into the mystery of what happened to the entire population of Limetown that disappeared without a clue. Season 1 was sooooo good! I hope there is a second season. ...

    When this book came out, a couple of months ago, Audible recommended it to me. I had never heard of the podcast it's based on, but I was entranced by that cover. So I spent the next few weeks catching up on the audio program. Limetown (the podcast) is fascinating. The format, at lea...

    2 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/12/23/... I confess I?d never heard of the Limetown podcast, but when this prequel novel arrived for me by surprise from the publisher, I thought it might be worth checking out. Apparently you could read it independe...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Limetown is one of my favorite podcasts and I was absolutely thrilled to be approved for this prequel novel on NetGalley. While I liked the premise of the this story, it never managed to quite live up to the premise ...

    I listened to all of Limetown Season 1 in a day and was immediately devastated to be finished with it, so when this popped up on NetGalley, I was thrilled! The book follows Lia Haddock and her uncle, Emile Haddock, on their alternate journeys to discovering Limetown. Unfortunately,...

    DNF page 160 These people know how to make an amazing podcast, one of my all-time favorites. I am sorry not to find out what the characters actually discover re: Limetown in this novel. But once I realized I cared about absolutely nobody, was tracking all the ways this book didn?t f...

    Unrealistic, however I was still compelled to finish it ...

    Fans of the Limetown podcast rejoice! Many of your lingering questions are answered within these pages. Plus there are no spoilers for future podcasts. Lia wants to be a reporter. Her first investigation is of the missing residents of nearby Limetown. She discovers that her Uncle Em...

    3.5 stars ...

    Oof, this was disappointing. This is a prequel to the hugely popular podcast, which tells the parallel stories of Lia Haddock and her uncle Emile. Flipping back and forth in time, from the perspectives of Lia and Emile, we learn about Lia finding out about the disappearance of the ...

    (originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.com ) Thank you to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster for sending me an eARC of this book! As the resident podcast junkie on this blog, it may be a bit surprising that until recently I hadn?t set aside time to listen to ?Limetown?. ...

    A novel based on a #1 podcast is sure to create a buzz, but does this buzz live up to the hype? Check out my review at www.projectbooklist.com or by CLICKING HERE https://www.projectbooklist.com/2019/... ...

    At times I felt like this was slow but in the end really enjoyed it. I feel like it's really nicely interwoven with the podcast - answers some 'why' questions, raises many more. ...

    There are aspects of this prequel that deserve four stars for intriguing twists and plot development, but I've always suffered a bit of trepidation regarding novels developed around existing podcasts. It isn't so much that the books are poorly written, or the podcasts themselves are th...

    I received a copy of an uncorrected proof at NYCC this year - thank you to Simon and Schuster for the opportunity to read this book! Overall, I enjoyed this book. The first few chapters had me a bit concerned - I don't know why I didn't expect the alternating narratives, and both L...

    Thank you NetGalley, Cote Smith and Simon & Schuster Canada for the free e-book in exchange for an honest review. Seventeen-year old Lia?s life is rocked when she finds out that the entire populations of the small research facility in Limetown have disappeared without a trace....