Along the Indigo

Along the Indigo

The town of Glory is famous for two things: businesses that front for seedy, if not illegal, enterprises and the suicides that happen along the Indigo River. Marsden is desperate to escape the ?bed-and-breakfast? where her mother works as a prostitute?and where her own fate has been decided?and she wants to give her little sister a better life. But escape means money, whic The town of Glory is famous for two things: businesses that front for seedy, if not illegal, enterprises and the ...

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Title:Along the Indigo
Author:Elsie Chapman
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:Along the Indigo
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Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:392 pages pages

Along the Indigo Reviews

  • Laura
    Mar 14, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

  • Inez
    May 12, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

    It was good but a little slow, especially towards the end. I didn?t buy washington as the setting; it seemed more southern. And no one OUT WEST says out east. It?s always BACK east. ...

    I really liked this book and the characters although i did find that the ending tied everything together too neatly especially because the book had this sad tone to it. ...

    Set in the 80s, Marsden lives in a small town with its own history. She skims the bodies she finds along the Indigo River to save up the cash she needs to get her and her sister out of Glory. When she meets Jude, a boy from school, their lives entwine and secrets surface. I really like...

    RESEÑA COMPLETA en el blog: https://hollandandbooks.wordpress.com... Si os gustan las novelas así con un poquito de misterio, morbosas sin duda (es que a ver, la protagonista vive al lado de un bosque donde la gente va a suicidarse y ella se dedica a robarles el dinero que lleven ...

    I apologize for going awol! I finished this book back on the 1st but have been in a bit of a funk when it comes to writing. I will have another Review for you in the next couple days too since i have finished yet another book since this one. It?s time for me to get back on track! ?...

    Thanks so much to the publisher, the author, and NetGalley for providing me a copy of this beautiful book! I don't think any synopsis could have prepared me for what I found inside. Before going any further I want to state this review and this book might be a trigger for issues lik...

    ...

  • Mikaela
    Feb 03, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

    It was good but a little slow, especially towards the end. I didn?t buy washington as the setting; it seemed more southern. And no one OUT WEST says out east. It?s always BACK east. ...

    I really liked this book and the characters although i did find that the ending tied everything together too neatly especially because the book had this sad tone to it. ...

    Set in the 80s, Marsden lives in a small town with its own history. She skims the bodies she finds along the Indigo River to save up the cash she needs to get her and her sister out of Glory. When she meets Jude, a boy from school, their lives entwine and secrets surface. I really like...

    RESEÑA COMPLETA en el blog: https://hollandandbooks.wordpress.com... Si os gustan las novelas así con un poquito de misterio, morbosas sin duda (es que a ver, la protagonista vive al lado de un bosque donde la gente va a suicidarse y ella se dedica a robarles el dinero que lleven ...

    I apologize for going awol! I finished this book back on the 1st but have been in a bit of a funk when it comes to writing. I will have another Review for you in the next couple days too since i have finished yet another book since this one. It?s time for me to get back on track! ?...

    Thanks so much to the publisher, the author, and NetGalley for providing me a copy of this beautiful book! I don't think any synopsis could have prepared me for what I found inside. Before going any further I want to state this review and this book might be a trigger for issues lik...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Brittany
    Feb 12, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

  • Kate Ormand
    Feb 21, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

    It was good but a little slow, especially towards the end. I didn?t buy washington as the setting; it seemed more southern. And no one OUT WEST says out east. It?s always BACK east. ...

    I really liked this book and the characters although i did find that the ending tied everything together too neatly especially because the book had this sad tone to it. ...

    Set in the 80s, Marsden lives in a small town with its own history. She skims the bodies she finds along the Indigo River to save up the cash she needs to get her and her sister out of Glory. When she meets Jude, a boy from school, their lives entwine and secrets surface. I really like...

  • Nikole Clow
    Mar 19, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

  • Aditi ~ •A Thousand Words A Million Books
    Apr 07, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

  • Aisha
    Apr 06, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

    It was good but a little slow, especially towards the end. I didn?t buy washington as the setting; it seemed more southern. And no one OUT WEST says out east. It?s always BACK east. ...

    I really liked this book and the characters although i did find that the ending tied everything together too neatly especially because the book had this sad tone to it. ...

  • Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)
    Mar 08, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

  • Katie Carroll
    Jan 24, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

  • Leonie Byrne
    Dec 10, 2017

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

  • American Mensa
    Apr 03, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

  • K.S. Marsden
    Mar 03, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

  • Bunni
    May 15, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

    It was good but a little slow, especially towards the end. I didn?t buy washington as the setting; it seemed more southern. And no one OUT WEST says out east. It?s always BACK east. ...

  • Naomi Smart
    May 09, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

  • Danielle
    Feb 12, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

  • Pavitra (For The Love of Fictional Worlds)
    Mar 25, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

  • Farhina ↯↯ The Wanderer Of Inked Adventures
    Feb 15, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

  • Ari Tinius
    Mar 06, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

  • Anna Holland
    Feb 26, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

    It was good but a little slow, especially towards the end. I didn?t buy washington as the setting; it seemed more southern. And no one OUT WEST says out east. It?s always BACK east. ...

    I really liked this book and the characters although i did find that the ending tied everything together too neatly especially because the book had this sad tone to it. ...

    Set in the 80s, Marsden lives in a small town with its own history. She skims the bodies she finds along the Indigo River to save up the cash she needs to get her and her sister out of Glory. When she meets Jude, a boy from school, their lives entwine and secrets surface. I really like...

    RESEÑA COMPLETA en el blog: https://hollandandbooks.wordpress.com... Si os gustan las novelas así con un poquito de misterio, morbosas sin duda (es que a ver, la protagonista vive al lado de un bosque donde la gente va a suicidarse y ella se dedica a robarles el dinero que lleven ...

  • Johnny (Aurora Sights)
    Dec 22, 2017

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

  • JenacideByBibliophile
    Apr 25, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

  • katherine
    Dec 18, 2017

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

  • Aurora Batty
    Apr 13, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

    It was good but a little slow, especially towards the end. I didn?t buy washington as the setting; it seemed more southern. And no one OUT WEST says out east. It?s always BACK east. ...

    I really liked this book and the characters although i did find that the ending tied everything together too neatly especially because the book had this sad tone to it. ...

    Set in the 80s, Marsden lives in a small town with its own history. She skims the bodies she finds along the Indigo River to save up the cash she needs to get her and her sister out of Glory. When she meets Jude, a boy from school, their lives entwine and secrets surface. I really like...

    RESEÑA COMPLETA en el blog: https://hollandandbooks.wordpress.com... Si os gustan las novelas así con un poquito de misterio, morbosas sin duda (es que a ver, la protagonista vive al lado de un bosque donde la gente va a suicidarse y ella se dedica a robarles el dinero que lleven ...

    I apologize for going awol! I finished this book back on the 1st but have been in a bit of a funk when it comes to writing. I will have another Review for you in the next couple days too since i have finished yet another book since this one. It?s time for me to get back on track! ?...

  • Cheyenne *Belle’s Book Blog*
    Nov 13, 2017

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

    It was good but a little slow, especially towards the end. I didn?t buy washington as the setting; it seemed more southern. And no one OUT WEST says out east. It?s always BACK east. ...

    I really liked this book and the characters although i did find that the ending tied everything together too neatly especially because the book had this sad tone to it. ...

    Set in the 80s, Marsden lives in a small town with its own history. She skims the bodies she finds along the Indigo River to save up the cash she needs to get her and her sister out of Glory. When she meets Jude, a boy from school, their lives entwine and secrets surface. I really like...

    RESEÑA COMPLETA en el blog: https://hollandandbooks.wordpress.com... Si os gustan las novelas así con un poquito de misterio, morbosas sin duda (es que a ver, la protagonista vive al lado de un bosque donde la gente va a suicidarse y ella se dedica a robarles el dinero que lleven ...

    I apologize for going awol! I finished this book back on the 1st but have been in a bit of a funk when it comes to writing. I will have another Review for you in the next couple days too since i have finished yet another book since this one. It?s time for me to get back on track! ?...

    Thanks so much to the publisher, the author, and NetGalley for providing me a copy of this beautiful book! I don't think any synopsis could have prepared me for what I found inside. Before going any further I want to state this review and this book might be a trigger for issues lik...

  • Katie B
    Feb 11, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

  • K.A. Wiggins
    Mar 20, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

  • Catalina
    Mar 29, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

    It was good but a little slow, especially towards the end. I didn?t buy washington as the setting; it seemed more southern. And no one OUT WEST says out east. It?s always BACK east. ...

    I really liked this book and the characters although i did find that the ending tied everything together too neatly especially because the book had this sad tone to it. ...

    Set in the 80s, Marsden lives in a small town with its own history. She skims the bodies she finds along the Indigo River to save up the cash she needs to get her and her sister out of Glory. When she meets Jude, a boy from school, their lives entwine and secrets surface. I really like...

    RESEÑA COMPLETA en el blog: https://hollandandbooks.wordpress.com... Si os gustan las novelas así con un poquito de misterio, morbosas sin duda (es que a ver, la protagonista vive al lado de un bosque donde la gente va a suicidarse y ella se dedica a robarles el dinero que lleven ...

    I apologize for going awol! I finished this book back on the 1st but have been in a bit of a funk when it comes to writing. I will have another Review for you in the next couple days too since i have finished yet another book since this one. It?s time for me to get back on track! ?...

    Thanks so much to the publisher, the author, and NetGalley for providing me a copy of this beautiful book! I don't think any synopsis could have prepared me for what I found inside. Before going any further I want to state this review and this book might be a trigger for issues lik...

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  • Poppy
    Apr 25, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

    It was good but a little slow, especially towards the end. I didn?t buy washington as the setting; it seemed more southern. And no one OUT WEST says out east. It?s always BACK east. ...

    I really liked this book and the characters although i did find that the ending tied everything together too neatly especially because the book had this sad tone to it. ...

    Set in the 80s, Marsden lives in a small town with its own history. She skims the bodies she finds along the Indigo River to save up the cash she needs to get her and her sister out of Glory. When she meets Jude, a boy from school, their lives entwine and secrets surface. I really like...

    RESEÑA COMPLETA en el blog: https://hollandandbooks.wordpress.com... Si os gustan las novelas así con un poquito de misterio, morbosas sin duda (es que a ver, la protagonista vive al lado de un bosque donde la gente va a suicidarse y ella se dedica a robarles el dinero que lleven ...

    I apologize for going awol! I finished this book back on the 1st but have been in a bit of a funk when it comes to writing. I will have another Review for you in the next couple days too since i have finished yet another book since this one. It?s time for me to get back on track! ?...

    Thanks so much to the publisher, the author, and NetGalley for providing me a copy of this beautiful book! I don't think any synopsis could have prepared me for what I found inside. Before going any further I want to state this review and this book might be a trigger for issues lik...

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  • Doxielover367
    Feb 23, 2018

    Small list of reasons to read this book but also be careful?? - slightly weird af - brothels and suicide not my thing - speaking to the dead???? - cute as hell little sister tho!!! - adorable romance Actual rating ? 3.5 So, our main character is Marsden who I think is ...

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, ABRAMS Kids, via NetGalley for an honest review. Genre: YA/Teen, Fiction Opinion: Hookers, suicide, and skimming?oh my! Along the Indigo: A tale so doused in grittiness, it almost feels lighthearted. A book set ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This is another book with some elements that were definitely hits, and some that weren't. This one also deals with a young woman who is searching to uncover some answers ab...

    Marsden wants nothing more than to escape the small town of Glory, with all its ghosts, and dead-end future. Until she meets the brother of a suicide victim, and starts to ask the right questions. I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was initi...

    "I think we forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you'd never stop being sad" This book has some dark and mature themes. Brothels, prostitute and suicide being the most dominant ones. It also talks about racism. So you will have to...

    Disclaimer: Reviewing pre-publication proof via NetGalley I loved this. Vivid, strong character writing and a fully fleshed-out sense of place from the first page made this an engaging story, and the dark fantasy/paranormal elements, while light, tinted the story with a deliciously ...

    Disclaimer: An ARC was provided via Abrams YA Books and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. ?We forget for a reason. If you remembered every single bad thing that ever happened to you, you?d...

    Technically 2.5 stars. I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I hate leaving bad reviews, and this review is not necessarily bad, it?s just not good either. I loved Elsie Chapman?s previous novels, Dualed and Divided, so I was ...

    Sadly, one-note characters and a predictable plot meant this book wasn't as wonderful as it could have been. There was promise in the setting - a town in a bend in the river, with a haunted plot where people commit suicide - but somehow it just never blooms the way it could. Marsden's ...

    Marsden and her young sister are stuck living at the inn/brothel where their mother works. It's next to the infamous property owned by Mardsen's family, cursed by the evil actions of her ancestor and now a place where people come to commit suicide. And where Marsden skims the dead bodi...

    I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. 'Along The Indigo' by Elsie Chapman is a thought provoking beauty. Synopsis: Marsden lives in a town called Glory. She lives with her younger sister in a whore house that fronts as a B&B...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Amulet Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. I AM HONESTLY SO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SO MANY DIFFER...

    Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman is a haunting standalone story of about 400 pages/47 chapters. The book is for a more mature audience, with prostitution being a large part of the story. The book?s main character is Marsden Eldridge, a sixteen year old girl with too much to hide and...

    Thank you Netgalley, Elsie Chapman and the publisher for my ARC of Along the Indigo. Marsden lives in a small town called Glory, in America. Her whole life has seen her ostracised from the rest of the town, thanks to her Asian heritage, her father's accidental death which everyone thin...

    3.5 stars Marsden longs for the day when she finally has enough money to escape the town of Glory with her little sister, Wynn. She wants nothing more than to give her sister a better life than growing up at a "bed and breakfast" where her mother works as a prostitute. There is a hi...

    *This ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I feel like this book took a while to get started. It seemed like the main character kept repeating how terrible their town was, that suicides happened frequently, and that she wanted to keep her...

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I picked up this book because it seemed like an atmospheric mystery featuring a protagonist of color. It definitely fulfills both of those promises, and Elsie Chapman is an acco...

    This is a slow burn book and it was so good??? Jude and Mars were such a cute couple. I really want a sequel but I feel as if it might ruin it?? ...

    Great read. Awesome plot. Not what I expected but better ...

    It was good but a little slow, especially towards the end. I didn?t buy washington as the setting; it seemed more southern. And no one OUT WEST says out east. It?s always BACK east. ...

    I really liked this book and the characters although i did find that the ending tied everything together too neatly especially because the book had this sad tone to it. ...

    Set in the 80s, Marsden lives in a small town with its own history. She skims the bodies she finds along the Indigo River to save up the cash she needs to get her and her sister out of Glory. When she meets Jude, a boy from school, their lives entwine and secrets surface. I really like...

    RESEÑA COMPLETA en el blog: https://hollandandbooks.wordpress.com... Si os gustan las novelas así con un poquito de misterio, morbosas sin duda (es que a ver, la protagonista vive al lado de un bosque donde la gente va a suicidarse y ella se dedica a robarles el dinero que lleven ...

    I apologize for going awol! I finished this book back on the 1st but have been in a bit of a funk when it comes to writing. I will have another Review for you in the next couple days too since i have finished yet another book since this one. It?s time for me to get back on track! ?...

    Thanks so much to the publisher, the author, and NetGalley for providing me a copy of this beautiful book! I don't think any synopsis could have prepared me for what I found inside. Before going any further I want to state this review and this book might be a trigger for issues lik...

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